Cornutopia Announces the Release of Future Pool
South Chesire, UK, Feb 7th, 2005 – Cornutopia (www.cornutopia.net) announced today that their latest title, Future Pool, is now available for download from their website. Future Pool is a new way to play 8-ball pool with no pockets, no scratches, and tons of strategy for pool sharks and pool minnows combined. Like all Cornutopia games, there is a free demo of Future Pool available from their website.

The game features a fully 3D circular pool table where there are no pockets; your objective is to knock your colored ball outside the ring. Additionally Future Pool features 16 different computer opponents, each with their own skill level and shot personality. There are 4 different table arrangements to master, ranging from 12 ball tables to 36 ball tables.

League play in Future Pool allows you to play against up to 6 human or AI opponents and multiplayer mode lets you go head to head with a single live person. For those lone pool sharks out there, Future Pool also features a solo knockout game for 1 player. The upbeat music and sound effects will pull you into the Future Pool universe and the addictive game play will never let you go.

Future Pool is available from the Cornutopia website at www.cornutopia.net. From here you can download the free demo of Future Pool or any of the other classic Cornutopia products. Purchasing is can be done from their secure website and personal customer service is available if you have any technical questions regarding this process.


ABOUT CORNUTOPIA GAMES
Cornutopia was founded under the original name of Scorpius Software in 1991developing shareware and commercial games for Amiga computers. Our first PC game was Arcangel in 1999, a CD based squad level strategy game and sequel to Amiga success, Hilt II.

Cornutopia is a based in South Cheshire in the United Kingdom and now independently develops and sells modern games and utilities for Windows PC's.
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