Pure Pool – Next-Gen Pool Game – Coming To PC Next Week

VooFoo Studios and Ripstone announced today that Pure Pool; the latest addition to the Pure series will release for PC via Steam on July 31st. Renowned for beautiful high definition graphics and silky-smooth gameplay, not only can players expect full immersion in a living, busting pool hall, but the team at VooFoo have raised the quality bar higher than ever resulting in the ultimate digital pool game.

Pure Pool offers four game modes in single player from classic American 8 Ball to Killer and four challenges from Royal Rumble to Perfect Potter.

“Players can refine their skills solo or relish in the challenges of full live online multiplayer – competing against the best in one-on-one matches and in global online and custom leagues.”

Pure Pool not only boasts the most convincing baize and balls in pool simulation history – the game has been built from the ground up with the idea of connecting players.

As the development team noted, Pure Pool tracks players’ individual gaming-styles – closely monitoring traits, ranging from the length of time it takes for a player to take a shot to the number of balls are potted in quick succession. This will create a unique DNA profile as they play, allowing gamers to take on AI interpretations of their friends and foes, no matter whether they’re online or not.

“Players’ pool skills will be challenged to the maximum by weighing up against the DNA profiles of the development team or snooker, pool and gaming superstars.”

Enjoy!

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