Forced to flee Las Vegas due to economic collapse, the hustlers from RESETgame's Vegas Pool Sharks have decamped to the new world capitol of gambling: Macau. After a brief one year lesson on the rules of Snooker they have resumed doing what they do best: roping you in with Sharon then beating the pants off you with Shemp.
Snooker is played with 15 red balls worth 1 point each and 6 color balls: yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black, worth 2 to 7 points respectively. +At the start of your turn you must strike and try to sink a red ball. If a red ball is sunk then you may shoot again and next you must strike and sink a color ball.
If a color ball is sunk and red balls remain then the color ball is respotted to its break position on the table and you may shoot again at a red ball. If there are no red balls then you must strike and sink the lowest point color ball and no other.
During practice games or when playing the lowest rated opponent an aiming assist pointer appears showing the direction the target ball will move when hit by the cueball.
If the cue ball is sunk a scratch occurs. Play passes to the next player. The penalty is 4 points. Penalties are added to the other player's score.
If you strike or sink the wrong ball you are penalized the value of the ball, but are always penalized at least 4 points.