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Snooker Nation Championship Coming to The Xbox One Game Preview Program


Eagle Eyed Reddit user, Daviedv, spotted that those guys at Cherry Pop Games are bringing Snooker to the Xbox One game preview program soon it seems. The listing on the Xbox store can be seen by clicking here, with the game already seeing an Early Access release on Steam back on April 27th, with a price tag of just £3.99. The listing on the Xbox store does not have a release date, but it does have some information on what to expect from it when it does release.

"The Snooker Nation Championship, the most important event in your digital Snooker diary. The offline tournament spans 6 rounds, competing in the qualifiers through to the grand final held in the Snooker Nation Championship venue, played on meticulously created Championship specification tables. Or take a break from the crowds by challenging players online and climb the global leaderboards. Collect a variety of cues and compete in online snooker leagues. Snooker Nation Championship is digital snooker at is best. Full details on the latest status of the game, how you can give feedback and report issues can be found at www.snookernationgame.com.specification tables. Or take a break from the crowds by challenging players online and climb the global leaderboards. Collect a variety of cues and compete in online snooker leagues. Snooker Nation Championship is digital snooker at is best".

The Steam Trailer can be seen here.
Edit: Game is now available to download now on the Xbox store. You have the free trial, or you can buy the game for £4.79 by clicking here.

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  1. Played this onthe trial vers. looks pretty good, but one thing that puzzled me was when i was on the last six colours i potted the green & brown together but wasnt given a foul strike for some reason, is this a glitch or part of the game play ??

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  2. I'm not fully down with the rules of the game of snooker, but glitches will of course be a thing while in sits in preview.

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