Cover art of Rack 'Em
|Developer(s)||Artech Digital Entertainments, Inc.|
Rack 'Em was a two player cue-sports simulator developed by Artech Digital Entertainments, Inc. and published by Accolade for the DOS and Commodore 64 platforms in 1988. Five different game modes are selectable; Snooker, Pool, 8-ball, 9-ball and Bumper Pool (the latter having a built-in editor as well). As well as this there is a trick shot mode allowing the player to save their shots onto disk.
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