No gamepads detected. Plug in and press a button to use it.
Press Keyboard right side: Alt+Enter keys to switch to full screen game play, and Alt+Enter keys to return.
How to play:
Each game uses different controls, most DOS games use the keyboard arrows. Some will use the mouse.
JKPOOL3D - Jim Kobbe's Pool Game in 3D simulates a pool table with a standard rack of 15 numbered
balls and a cue ball. The player can manipulate a cue stick on the
screen to aim and shoot at balls on the table. The rules for the game
of eight-ball are implemented, to some extent, and the program will
take turns shooting at the balls when the player misses or makes an
No posted cheats for this game yet.
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You can speed up or slow down games using ctrl+F11 and ctrl+F12 keys.
Which Graphics card do I choose?
-Best to worst graphics.
VGA - 256 Colors
MCGA - 256 Colors
EGA - 16 Colors
Tandy 1000 - 16 Colors
CGA - 4 Colors (16 color palette)
Monochrome - 2 colors (eg. Hercules graphics)
Which Sound card do I choose?
Sound Blaster or Adlib Port: 220 IRQ: 7 DMA: 1
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