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Adjust the power and angle of your shot and send the balls into the holes - pool is that simple. Our version at Komogvind is based on the popular 8-ball pool variant. Unlock different locations and queues and enjoy either rating-based matches or fun matches against friends.


  • Pool

    Required players before start: 3
  • Challenges

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    New Year 2024



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    New cues in the shop and new Pool Pass in Pool! image
    New cues in the shop and new Pool Pass in Pool!
    Jul 1st, 2024
    We have once again added some new cues to the pool shop. This time there are two rare and two legendary ones that can be bought for chips and golden 8 balls. The rare cues are called "Origami" and "Ninja" and the legendary ones...
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    New Summer Location, Summer Offer, and a Brand New Pool Pass in Pool! image
    New Summer Location, Summer Offer, and a Brand New Pool Pass in Pool!
    Jun 1st, 2024
    Summer is finally upon us, so it's time to put on your flip-flops and sunscreen and head out for a pool holiday with us at the brand new, limited-time summer location in Pool! By collecting beach balls, i.e., victories, on our...
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    New Pool pass in Pool! image
    New Pool pass in Pool!
    May 1st, 2024
    From today you once again have the opportunity to play your way through a brand new Pool Pass in Pool. This time you can get the two new cues "Flower" and "Mothers Day 2024", which are available  in the Free and Super Pool...
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    How to play Pool

    Pool is our brand new and unique version of 8 Ball Pool - a game with 15 balls and a white cue ball, which is used to shoot the other balls into the pockets. The aim is to shoot all your balls into the so-called "pockets" at the edge of the pool table, followed by the black ball to be shot in at the end. The player who does this first wins the game!

    Pool Rules and Game Play

    The game starts with a coin toss where the player who shoots first is chosen.

    The starting player is then allowed to start the game by placing the white ball behind or on the white line (he can also choose to leave it there) and then use his cue to shoot it towards the triangular stack of numbered, colored balls. This opening shot is called a "break".

    If the starting player is lucky or skillful enough to shoot one or more balls in a pocket during the break, the type of ball to aim for throughout the game is already decided here. It is the first ball you shoot that you are assigned, and it is the player's task to shoot in the pockets to win the game.

    The two types of balls are called "whole" and "half" balls. The "whole" balls are those that have one solid color and numbers 1-7, and the "half" balls are those that have a white stripe in the middle with numbers 9-15.

    If a ball is not pocketed during the break, the table is "open". On an open table, players can shoot at any type of ball first to get a ball in and thus be awarded that type. However, you may NOT shoot at the black 8-ball first, as this will result in an error. The table is open until the ball types have been assigned. After that, you must always hit your own ball type first, otherwise you will be penalized.

    Every time you shoot one of your own balls in, you are allowed to shoot again. If you hit your own ball without shooting it into a pocket, the turn passes to the other player. If you make a genuine mistake, the turn goes to the other player, regardless of whether you have pocketed one of your own balls or not. If you make a mistake, your opponent will have the opportunity to place the white cue ball anywhere on the table, which can give you a big advantage, so it's a good idea to avoid making mistakes.

    Mistakes that result in you losing your turn and your opponent gaining an advantage:

    • You hit the black ball first
    • You hit the other player's type of ball first
    • You hit no other balls
    • You shoot the white ball in
    • You shoot your opponent's ball in

    The mistakes apply even if you shoot one of your own balls in.

    You lose the game,

    • if you shoot the black ball in before you have shot all your own balls in.
    • if you shoot the white ball in, after you shoot the black ball in and finally after your own balls to end the game.
    • if at the end of the game you shoot the other player's ball in with the black ball after shooting your own balls in.

    You win the game,

    • if you shoot all your own balls in and then shoot the black ball in at the end (without also shooting the white ball in).
    • if the opponent shoots the black ball in before he has shot all his balls.
    • if the opponent shoots the white ball in at the end after the black ball.

    Control modes

    There are two different control modes, PC or touch, in Pool. You can switch between the different control modes in the settings menu during the game.

    For the PC control mode, you aim with the cue by moving the mouse around and the line of sight will follow the mouse. When you are ready to shoot, hold down the left mouse button and pull the cue stick back. The power of the shot depends on how far the cue is pulled back. When you think the cue stick is pulled back enough, release the left mouse button and the cue stick will then shoot to the ball.

    For the touch control mode you aim by holding a finger on the screen and dragging the cue ball around. You shoot by dragging the cue ball in the box to the left downwards. As with PC control, the force of the shot depends on how far the cue is pulled back. When the cue stick is pulled down far enough, you let go and the cue stick will then shoot the ball.

    Game types

    There are three game types in the game right now:

    • City Challenge
    • Friendly match
    • Training

    City Challenge

    In City Challenge you can play against random opponents in different cities to win prizes and increase your rating. You will be matched in the best possible way with online players who have the same rating as you.

    The cities vary in table appearance, prizes and entrance fees paid in chips. If you win a game, the prize is in most cases double the amount of chips you paid in entry fees. You also win silver stars for the pool pass, random chalk for your queues, and four-leaf clovers that can be used to unlock multiple cities, but must also be collected to unlock a special city queue, which you can only get by winning many times in the same city.

    VIP cities are only available to VIPs and generally have slightly larger prizes compared to the entrance fee. entrance fee. Once you have unlocked the city queue in a VIP city, you have it forever, even if you are no longer a VIP. However, the city will be unavailable as a game location.

    Friendly matches
    In friendly matches you play against friends that you invite to a match. If your friends are online, you will be notified directly about the challenge and they can choose to accept it in the game menu. If they are offline, they will receive a notification telling them about the challenge so they can come online and play a game with you. In friendly matches, no rating is played for.

    In training, you play against the computer and lose neither rating nor tokens if you lose. Here you can practice your shots and try out new cues.

    Prize types

    The game contains a number of different prizes that can be won by winning games, completing daily tasks or by buying and unlocking them in the shop and pool pass.

    The following prize types are available in the game:

    • Four-leaf clovers
    • Chips
    • Gold balls
    • Silver stars
    • Cows
    • Chalk

    Four-leaf clovers

    Four-leaf clovers can be earned by winning games in City Challenge. However, you can lose them again by losing games. How many four-leaf clovers you can earn and how many you can lose can vary between cities. You use them to unlock new cities and special queues associated with each city. Once you reach the maximum number of four-leaf clovers for the city, you cannot earn more until you unlock a new city.

    Chips and Gold Balls

    Chips and Gold Balls are our two main in-game currencies. Chips can be earned by winning games and completing daily tasks, in addition you get a free amount of chips per day in the shop. You can use chips to buy and upgrade cows and to pay entrance fees in the different cities.Gold balls can only be purchased in the shop or earned via the pool pass. They can be exchanged for chips or used to buy exclusive cows, get new daily tasks or jump ahead in the pool pass.

    Silver stars
    Silver stars can be earned by winning games and completing daily tasks. They must be collected to unlock the prizes in the pool pass.

    Cues and Chalk

    Cues can be obtained in three different ways in the game: by earning four-leaf clovers and unlocking them in the locations, by earning them via the pool pass and by buying them directly in the shop.

    There are four different kinds of rarity levels for cues, which can be seen both in their appearance and in their stats. The rarity levels are called: Basic, Rare, Epic and Legendary.

    In addition, cows have three different stats:

    • Strength - how hard you can shoot
    • Aim - how long your line of sight is
    • Time - how much time you have for your turn

    The starting and maximum values for the cues' stats vary depending on the cue and its rarity level. For example, a legendary cue will always have better starting and max values than a basic or rare cue, but it will also be more expensive and harder to upgrade to its max value.

    Cues can be upgraded by using chips and chalk. Chalk can be collected in the different locations and via the pool pass and, like the cues, has different rarity levels. So to upgrade a basic cue you need basic chalk, to upgrade a rare cue you need rare chalk, etc. The amount of chalk you need per level you upgrade varies depending on the rarity level of the cue.

    Daily Tasks and Pool Pass

    You have the opportunity to complete daily tasks to earn chips and silver stars. The daily tasks vary in difficulty and thus also in prize size. You have three tasks from the start and have the option to have 6 tasks at once. You can buy new tasks with gold balls if you want to solve more.

    The silver stars you collect are used in the Pool Pass, which contains a number of prizes you can unlock. There are free prizes, but if you want access to even better prizes, you can buy super prizes. You still need to earn Silver Stars to unlock them, but you will get far more and better prizes.

    Note that the super prizes in the Pool Pass must be purchased every month if you want the best prizes. When a new month starts, the silver stars will reset and new prizes will be added to the pool pass, so remember to take all prizes before they reset!

    Lucky and Golden Shot Mini-game

    In this mini-game, the goal is to shoot the golden ball onto the target, which is placed randomly on the pool table. Depending on where you hit the ball, i.e. which ring on the target the ball ends up on, you are rewarded with varying prizes.

    As in regular pool, you can only shoot at the white ball with your cue, which you then use to collide with and place the golden ball. This game is a game of skill and luck, as you need to use the right power and direction in your shots, and as the target and the position of the surrounding balls change daily and the difficulty level varies.

    There are two types of mini-games, Lucky Shot and Golden Shot, and they have two different prize pools. Each prize on the target can only be won once per target. For the Lucky Shot game, this means that you then have to wait until the next day to get a new target. For the Golden Shot game, this means that a brand new target with new prizes will appear after you complete one by hitting all the rings.

    To play the Lucky Shot mini-game, you need standard tickets, which you get free daily in the Shop. They can also be purchased for chips after each shot if you run out. Golden Shot tickets can be purchased for money, both directly in the mini-game or as part of a larger package in the Shop.


    When you win a match, you are awarded a rating based on the difference between your own and your opponents' ratings. If you beat an opponent with a high rating, you get more than if you beat an opponent with a low rating. Your opponents lose the corresponding rating, and vice versa if you lose. The game will try as much as possible to match you with opponents with similar ratings.

    You cannot sit on a high rating for long. If you have not played for 14 days, your rating will automatically start to drop.


    You get tokens for playing games and especially for winning matches. You get 5,000 for winning a rated game. In friendly matches you get 4,000 for winning. In training matches you get 3000 for winning.

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