Review: Pure Pool – SENSES

Really nice billiard feeling!

The only sports game that has ever interested me is, funny enough, billiards. I really like to play it for real and it’s fun with good billiard simulators virtually. The question is whether Pure Pool is one such?

Pure Pool - VooFoo Studios - copyright 2020 - screenshot from Nintendo Switch
Photos from Switch version of Pure Pool

It is quick to realize that Pure Pool clearly is an affordable investment to your Nintendo Switch. For just over a hundred bucks (!) You have lots of hours of gambling in front of you. You can challenge real people, online or play offline against artificial opponents.

Pure Pool - VooFoo Studios - copyright 2020 - screenshot from Nintendo Switch

Nintendo Switch is a perfect console for Pure Pool as this is really a game you want to pick up with you and be able to stand for a while and play while waiting for the bus or longer moments on the trip. The controls are simple and clear and in portable mode you also have good use of the touch screen.

Pure Pool - VooFoo Studios - copyright 2020 - screenshot from Nintendo Switch

There is a little smolk in the cup in the form that you would sometimes like to look a little more around the table and the corners of the pool table are extremely dark and thus difficult to aim. It’s a little easier to watch on a TV, but on the laptop screen it’s really sometimes carbon black. Then it would be fun with a little environmental change sometimes, as it is the same background all the time. However, you can change both table and queue.

Pure Pool - VooFoo Studios - copyright 2020 - screenshot from Nintendo Switch

In summary, that is Pure Pool an extremely affordable billiard simulator, which is fun to play (especially on the go with the Switch) and which is therefore definitely worth a warm recommendation.