8 Ball Clash Review (Nintendo Switch OLED)
Our 8 Ball Clash Review introduces you to a billiard/snooker game that is made for everyone. To the people who have never played it or the more experienced ones that want to improve their skills and get the best score through the tables Every club has a different force to hit the balls, so the player needs to be precise and smooth when touch the controls to maximize the power and aim to calculate your trajectory and time to use it. Keep playing and master your 8-ball pool game skills.
8 Ball Clash Review Pros:
- Colorful graphics.
- 259MB download size.
- Pool gameplay.
- Full touchscreen controls.
- Can use the stick and buttons.
- Cue sensitivity slider.
- Each level has either 3 stars or a crown.
- Level select screen.
- Can replay levels.
- Many game variations from clear all balls to timed shots, play against Ai or 8 Ball.
- 100 levels to unlock.
- Power-ups can be collected by potting in that particular pocket.
- Excellent novelty-looking cues.
- Buy and unlock new cues each with unique force, aim, and time stats.
- Power-ups can be purchased before a level.
- Earn credits from playing.
- The power-ups are – chalk, ghost, undo the last play, and magic glove.
- You can see the projection line and can improve its length with chalk.
- Play in locations around the world.
- Hearts are used for every shot, stars are earned by how many hearts you have left.
- You can move where you hit the ball.
- Rules for the current mode can be bought up whilst in the match.
- Fast loading times.
8 Ball Clash Review Cons:
- No online modes.
- Takes a while to get used to the power bar.
- Power-ups feel a bit redundant.
- So many cues that it becomes its own distraction.
- All the pool tables are the same.
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8 Ball Clash:
Developer: QUByte Interactive
Publisher: QUByte Interactive
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- Graphics - 7/107/10
- Sound - 6/106/10
- Accessibility - 9/109/10
- Length - 8/108/10
- Fun Factor - 8/108/10
8 Ball Clash is a fantastic arcade experience with solid controls both physically and with the rather nifty touch controls. 8 Ball Clash is not high on various game types and deep rewarding mechanics and instead swaps that for approachable and accessible fun. I love booting the game up and having a few games, sure I wish it had just straight-up custom or arcade game mode S but you can replay levels and just have a blast, the physics of the balls may not be at a Crucible level but they are good for both you and your opponent. As pool games go this is my go-to on the Nintendo Switch.