Pool Panic new gameplay trailer

Due out for Switch and PC in 2018.

Pool Panic

Publisher Adult Swim Games and developer Rekim have released a new trailer for Pool Panic, the Marcha-nnounced “world’s least realistic pool simulator” for Switch and PC.

Here is a brief overview of the game, via Adult Swim Games:

Pool Panic is full of weird things to do with pool balls – too many, in fact – but this latest reveal tries its best to show off as much as possible. There are more than 100 levels featuring soccer, mini-golf, winter sports, summer sports, dive bars, birthday cakes, motorcycle gangs, a Ferris wheel, castles, ghosts, zombies, lollipop forests, wheat (wheat?), and a variety of other things that can’t even be described.

Pool Panic is a sprawling adventure game starring a mischievous cue ball in a giant game of pool across a colorful cartoon overworld filled with jungles, deserts, carnivals, cities, and more to explore. Knock around a peculiar cast of billiard balls, solve puzzles, and take down bosses through a variety of evolving challenges with unique strategic mechanics. Play through the entire journey on your own, or challenge your friends to a ridiculous pool party in local multiplayer for two to four players.

Pool Panic is due out in 2018.

Watch the trailer below.

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