Billiards is the standard billiard game, just like it’s known from restaurants and gambling halls. The billiard table has the full size and the game is played with 15 balls. Billiards offers the opportunity to play single, against a partner or a computer opponent. The operation mode of the game itself is very easy. You can point with the mouse where you want the cue ball to go. Clicking the mouse button is equivalent to striking out with the cue – the longer you hold down the mouse button the more force your shot got. Therefore it is fairly easy to aim and it is also pretty easy to score. There is no display of any auxiliary lines, though. You cannot add effet (spin) to the cue ball either. Thus you have to calculate the course of the ball on your own, which is more appealing. The player, who begins, places the cue ball and shoots at the balls on the other side. He attempts to pocket one of his balls in one of the holes. One of the players got the “full” balls with the numbers from one to seven, the other one the “half” balls from nine till fifteen. The one who potted all of his balls is allowed to aim at the eight. The winner is who pots the black eight first. That’s the reason why Billiards is also called 8-ball. Via the menu Billiards offers the opportunity to play straight billiard. The game is somewhat simpler in terms of its development. Therefore the player wins who pots eight balls first. In this case neither the order nor the colour of the balls matters.