International Cue Club – also known as CueClube and Cue Club (Europe), Real Pool (US) and EX Billiards (Japan) – is a sports simulation video game released for the PlayStation 2 in 2003 and for Windows in 2006. It is a realistic interpretation of pool with 25 different tables available. It also has a puzzle mode in which the player has to pot a certain number of balls within a predetermined number of shots. This puzzle mode has two different puzzle types, Puzzle Type A and Puzzle Type B. The two puzzle types are visually identical, the only difference being that in Type B there are certain balls which, when potted, will end the game. The player is not seen on screen during the game; the camera angle reveals only the cue.
International Cue Club System Requirements
5 Mar 2013 - Specs reviewed
OS: Win Xp 32
Processor: Intel Pentium 4 1.8GHz / AMD Athlon XP 1700+
Graphics: AMD Radeon X600 Series or NVIDIA GeForce 210
PC System Analysis For International Cue Club Requirements
You need a Celeron E1200 Dual-Core 1.6GHz or Athlon 64 X2 Dual Core 4000+ processor coupled with a GeForce GT 230 to run International Cue Club system requirements at recommended. You can expect to get around 60FPS at 1080p screen res on high graphics settings with this hardware. The RAM requirements are at least a 2 GB memory. System memory for min is 1 GB. Another thing to consider is the DirectX capability of your GPU. International Cue Club needs a GPU capable of running DirectX 9. Finally, International Cue Club will need hardware that is a 10 year old PC or younger to run recommended.