Alex Higgins' World Snooker
A game that created quite a revolution back in 1986 at the inception, Alex Higgin’s World Snooker provides
an excellent platform to explore the world of sports. It is available on the Commodore 64 and Spectrum
The gameplay is based on the snooker game offering the player the chance to play both the opponent and
the defender. The Player uses the computer for controlling the activities using the mouse and keyboard.
The game stands out as the favorite of players' extensive practice options, control interfaces, and ball
Now coming to the gameplay, users have the option to either play both sides or pick a human friend with
whom they can have a tough gaming session. Furthermore, it is extremely easy to play the game of its smooth
control. The smooth serving and hitting of snooker balls make it a pro for fans to stay hooked to the screens.
Speaking further about gaming, hitting the ball is not so difficult. It is done in four ways: selecting
the location for placing the cue ball, the direction you want to take the shot, the force applied, and how
to spin the ball in the right direction. However, choosing the top-down view can make it obscuring for you to
hit the ball. But here is where the practice mode makes it easy to gain your grip in the game and take the
perfect shots easily.
With excellent controls and unique gameplay, it is worth giving a shot and exploring the game in detail.
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