The game includes seven different types of pool: 3, 6, 8, 9, and 10 ball, along with straight pool and rotation. You’ll go up against 12 different computer controlled opponents, each with their own skill set, and can unlock new items like pool tables, along with visual changes to your environment as you play the game.
You can customize your own avatar in the game, as well as make your own table signature. Additionally, the game allows for wireless DS communication and message sending, along with multiplayer chat.
8BallAllstars is scheduled for release on May 11.