Pure Pool Sure Has a Nice Rack of Shiny Next-Gen Balls

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Shiny balls alert! Shiny balls alert! If you are not of the proper age to view hardcore billiards porn, please turn away now!

VooFoo Studios, developer behind the fantastic PlayStation 3 and Vita billiards game Hustle Kings, is making the hardware leap to PC (Steam), PlayStation 4 and Xbox One for its next game of pool, known simply as Pure Pool. Indie publisher Ripstone has the game racked up for a digital download launch this summer.

Beyond the overt shininess of those pool balls and the exquisitely smooth physics engine VooFoo is refining even further from Hustle Kings, Pure Pool‘s main ambition is to create a connected online experience contained within a living, breathing pool hall environment. The game will offer a mix of asynchronous and head-to-head live online multiplayer, global online leagues, and a DNA profiling feature which will constantly track each player’s style and create a unique profile to be used as sort of an AI ghost for friends to compete against offline.

Now, let’s look at more of those shiny balls. Oooh, I just want to rub them and hit them with a big stick!

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