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International Cue Club – also known as CueClube and Cue Club (Europe), Real Pool (US) and EX Billiards (Japan)[1] – is a sports simulation video game released for the PlayStation 2 in 2003 and for Windows in 2006. It is a realistic interpretation of pool with 25 different tables available.

Gameplay

It also has a puzzle mode in which the player has to pot a certain number of balls within a predetermined number of shots. This puzzle mode has two different puzzle types, Puzzle Type A and Puzzle Type B. The two puzzle types are visually identical, the only difference being that in Type B there are certain balls which, when potted, will end the game.

The player is not seen on screen during the game; the camera angle reveals only the cue.

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