Last Updated on July 19, 2023
FooBillard is an open source billiards game with a three dimensional display.
It supports 8-ball, 9-ball, carambol and snooker, as well as a computer opponent and network play. It is written using OpenGL, and has very high quality graphics and textures.
The game features realistic physics.
- Wood paneled table with gold covers and gold diamonds.
- Reflections on balls.
- Shadow pixmaps.
- Detail switching of balls according to distance.
- Zoom in/out – hold right mouse button.
- FOV +/- – hold right mouse button + CTRL.
- Rotate – hold left mouse button.
- Animated cue.
- Eight-ball, Nine-ball, snooker, pool billiard, and carambol (three-cushion billiards).
- Simple AI-Player.
- Strength adjustment.
- Eccentric hit adjustment (button2-Shift).
- Red/green 3D stereo view (requires anaglyph 3D glasses).
- Network play.
- Free view mode.
- Cross-platform game – runs in Linux, Android, and Windows operating systems.
Developer: Florian Berger
License: GNU General Public License v2.0
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