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Billiard Parlour

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Year released:
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de
Billiard_Parlour.SIT (46.12 KB)
MD5: fa02b19e148568c7ac98fe69c38f1e95
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
[www].se [ftp].se [mirror].us [mirror].de (100.75 KB)
MD5: 38e0c28516761c39cfb6ebfdfe36abdf
For System 6.x - Mac OS 8 - 8.1
This game works with: Basilisk II, Mini vMac

This one is the AUTHENTIC CLASSIC game of billiards (and this is the authentic title). It's very good, with all possible kinds and rules included!

Followed by Colour Billiards.

Architecture: 68k


LukasAppleFan's picture
by LukasAppleFan - 2021, March 24 - 9:24pm

@ShuFF, I can confirm it works.

ShuFF's picture
by ShuFF - 2015, January 18 - 5:37pm

I uploaded my .dsk file. If anyone gives it a try, please tell us if it worked! Thanks!

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2015, January 17 - 6:56pm

and compiled a .dsk file that runs properly in my computer. Is it OK to upload it here?

Me thinks, yes.

ShuFF's picture
by ShuFF - 2015, January 17 - 5:09pm

I had problems running it in my Mini vMac. I downloaded it from another site and compiled a .dsk file that runs properly in my computer. Is it OK to upload it here?

CalTheOnly's picture
by CalTheOnly - 2014, August 16 - 11:38pm

Now that I think back on it, seems like there were pretty good physics on this game for the time. I remember slamming the balls as hard as possible just to watch em zoom back and forth across the table

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by jack cambrian - 2009, September 12 - 12:51am

Billiard Parlour is a really excellent pool sim. This pretty much represents my earliest memory of mac gaming! BP is equipped with some nice extras like graphic trajectories and ball placement (we used to line up all the balls in at one of the pockets and then slam 'em in one shot). Runs fine on Mini vMac on the slowest setting.

watchsmart's picture
by watchsmart - 2009, June 23 - 4:26pm

This one runs pretty well (but maybe a bit too fast) in Mini vMac running System 6. Better results might be had from doing a custom compile of the emulator to get an older machine.