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Top 10 best Steam games of all time tagged with Snooker, according to gamer reviews.

Rank, title, date, tags, platforms and price Score Rating
83% 845 votes
72% 683 votes
100% 1 votes
50% 60 votes

Correlated tags

Correlation is how often another tag appears together with this tag. If one in every five games tagged with Snooker is also tagged with a correlated tag, the correlated tag has 20% correlation. 100% correlation means the pair of tags always appear together.

Tags most frequently applied to the same games as Snooker, with at least 15% correlation.

  1. Sports 100%
  2. Pool 80%
  3. Simulation 70%
  4. Indie 70%
  5. Casual 60%
  6. Multiplayer 40%
  7. PvP 40%
  8. Strategy 40%
  9. Physics 40%
  10. Singleplayer 40%
  11. 3D 40%
  12. Arcade 30%
  13. Local Multiplayer 30%
  14. Family Friendly 30%
  15. Free to Play 30%
  16. Old School 20%
  17. eSports 20%
  18. Action 20%
  19. Top-Down 20%
  20. First-Person 20%

The Snooker tag refers to a specific type of cue sport that is played on a billiard table. It is characterized by its own set of rules, equipment, and gameplay mechanics.

In Snooker, players use a cue stick to strike colored balls with the objective of potting them in pockets on the table. The game is typically played between two players, and the ultimate goal is to score more points than the opponent by potting balls in a specific order.

Here are some key elements of Snooker:

  • Table and Balls Snooker is typically played on large rectangular tables that are significantly larger than standard pool tables. The playing surface features six colored balls: red, yellow, green, brown, blue, pink, and black. In addition to these color balls, there is also one white cue ball.
  • Potting Order In Snooker, the colored balls must be potted in a specific order after first potting any red ball(s). Players alternate turns as they attempt to pocket reds followed by any colored ball (starting with yellow) until no more reds remain on the table. After all the reds have been potted, players move onto potting just the colors in ascending point value: yellow (2 points), green (3 points), brown (4 points), blue (5 points), pink (6 points), and finally black (7 points).
  • Foul Rules Snooker has strict foul rules that penalize players for certain actions such as failing to hit any ball or not hitting a desired target during their turn. Fouls result in penalty points being awarded to the opponent, along with additional opportunities for the opponent to pot balls.
  • Strategy and Skill Snooker requires a combination of strategy, precision, and skill. Players must plan their shots carefully, considering both potting the balls and positioning for future shots. Strategic positioning of the cue ball after each shot is essential to maintain control of the game.

Snooker has gained popularity as a professional sport and is known for its high level of precision and strategic gameplay. The tag "Snooker" on Steam typically refers to video games that simulate or feature Snooker gameplay, allowing players to enjoy this sport virtually.

Notable examples of Snooker games on Steam include:

  • Snooker 19: The Official Video Game This game offers a realistic snooker experience with various tournaments, professional players, cues, and lifelike physics.
  • Pure Pool While not exclusively focused on snooker, this game includes an accurate representation of snooker within its selection of cue sports.

These games allow players to immerse themselves in the world of Snooker by replicating real-life rulesets, offering competitive multiplayer options or challenging AI opponents.

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