What's NewFixed issue with iOS 5 and movies.
Returned In Game UI to old version. If you liked the fade up/down mode, you can re-enable this on the second page of Settings.
Re-instated overhead aim mode.
When you are close to a rail or ball, the cue stick angle is increased so that the stick does not intersect the rail/ball. If this limits your down-table view you have a couple of options. First, you can adjust the cue-tip position to be more toward the top of the ball. This decreases the angle and you can see more. Second, select 'Step Back. In this mode you can aim without changing the pitch of the view and can see all of the table.
If you find the Computer Opponents are playing too difficult or too easy, you can adjust this setting in Settings. Note that for Career Mode this adjusts within the level you are playing making that level easier or harder, but not changing overall level skill level of the Career.
The side pockets in the older versions were slightly smaller than the visual table. This has been adjusted so that balls don't float in the side pocket. Corner pockets were not changed.
NO changes have ever been made or will ever be made to this product. The latest physics engine will be used in a new product to be released in late 2012.
App DescriptionRack 'em up road warriors. Virtual Pool, the world's best selling 3D Pool simulation, is now available on the iPad.
With High resolution graphics and a huge playing surface for accurate aiming and speed control this is truly mobile pool at its best!
- Touchscreen interface to aim, apply spin and shoot in a full 3D virtual world.
- State of the art physics engine delivers a stunning simulation of billiards.
- Career mode with movies of Curly, the hustler, guide you through 6 pool halls and 122 opponents.
- Ghost Ball and Aim Line help you learn the correct angles for making shots.
- Practice mode with Tracking Lines helps you learn to play pool like a pro.
February 22, 2012 New version 2.3
February 17, 2012 New version 2.2
December 22, 2011 Price Decrease: $3.99 -> $0.99
November 08, 2010 Initial Release