Mini Pool

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Mini Pool Game Online - Play Fun Mini Kids Pool Ball Games

This is a fun take on the ever popular 8 Ball Pool & Snooker Game. The aim of the game is to pot all the balls before the time written on the balls runs out. You have to start by potting the pink ball first as this has the least number of seconds on it and thus it's best to get rid of this ball first. Then one by one you must pot the red balls before the time runs out. There are lots of levels to play and complete. Each Levels introduces a better formation or level layout than previous levels. Have Fun!

Play Mini Pool game online for free today

Do you have few minutes on hand, and want to something fun. Do you like brain games for kids, and do you also enjoy to play a free online game? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would like to play the free Mini Pool game online right now.

How to play Mini Pool game online

Use your mouse to play this game. Left click to shoot. Clear the table before the time expires in order to advance to the next level. The number on each ball (multiplied by 10 seconds) represents the time. Be careful with the pink ball.

Fun Pool Facts for Kids

According to the University of Michigan throughout history, pool has bridged the gap between the aristocracy and the masses. Both gentlemen and street toughs played. Pool is one of the safest sports in the world (unless you get smacked in the face with the cue ball, that's never fun!). There are 15 colored balls in billiards, 7 solid, 7 striped and the black 8-ball. Chalk is applied to the tip of the pool cue to aid in good contact with the Cue ball. The Break is the first shot beginning a game of pool. The world's largest billiard hall was built during billiards Golden Age. The Recreation, a mammoth seven-story health spa, was a bustling Detroit business in the 1920's. It featured 103 tables, 88 bowling lanes, 20 barber chairs, three manicuring stands, 14 cigar stands, a lunch counter on each floor, a restaurant that could seat 300, and an exhibition room with theater seating, that could accommodate 250 spectators.

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