An eroge spin-off of Data East's billiards arcade game Side Pocket. Get high-scoring rounds to become each club's champion and have your companions undress.
Side Pocket for WonderSwan
A handheld installment of the Side Pocket series of pocket billiards games, bringing one-on-one 9-Ball action to the WonderSwan. It is notable for being one of the last games released by Data East before their bankruptcy.
Data East's signature pocket billiards arcade game, featuring a simplistic ruleset (known as "Pocket Game") and an intuitive shot system that allows for precise directional aiming and trick shots.
Minnesota Fats: Pool Legend
A pool simulation game released for the Saturn and Genesis and the sequel to the 1987 game Side Pocket, featuring famed billiards player Rudolf "Minnesota Fats" Wanderone.
An early-'90s billiards arcade game with a unique twist: set a real-life cue ball on a replica mat and hit it into the machine with a real-life pool cue (or just roll it like a skee-ball).
A two-player Mega Drive billiards game that was part of the Game Toshokan library for Sega Meganet subscribers.
Bankshot Billiards 2
An overhead pool game with semi-realistic physics that offers a variety of modes including the classic 8-Ball and 9-Ball.
Deep Pockets: Super Pro Pool and Billiards
Deep Pockets: Super Pro Pool and Billiards is a billiards game for the Intellivision. It was developed for market in 1990 but never released. It is notable for being the last game completed for the Intellivision console.
How to Snooker
A snooker game that was developed by YouTube celebrity, Daniel Hardcastle (NerdCubed).
A pool billard game developed by Peter G. Curtis and published by Omega Software for ZX Spectrum.
An MSX version of the popular pool hall sport. It was later ported to the Famicom Disk System as "Exciting Billiards".
Pocket Billiard Fank: The 9 Ball
Pocket Billiard Fank: The 9 Ball is a Japanese billiards game for the Game Boy Color.