Overview:

  • Estimated trophy difficulty: 10/10 (Platinum Difficulty Rating)
  • Offline trophies: 37 (19, 16, 2)
  • Online trophies: 8 (7, 1) exclusive to online but many can be boosted.
  • Approximate amount of time to Platinum: 150+ Hours (Estimated Time to Platinum)
  • Minimum number of playthroughs: 1, it's all open ended.
  • Number of missable trophies: None
  • Glitched trophies: Possibly the career mode and rank trophies
  • Does difficulty affect trophies?: No
  • Do trophies stack?: No, accolades don't either

Warning: The career mode trophies are very likely to be glitched. Some people are getting the trophies, some aren't. Due to the game needing you to be level 126 to get the Platinum, I'd advise just waiting it out and hoping it'll pop randomly if you don't get the trophies. A good bit of advice here thanks to xxRC85xx:

I would advise everyone to back their save up before any of the longer trophies (like winning a career or reaching a certain rank) are due to pop in case they don't.

Glossary and terminology:

BreakThe first shot in the game and tends to breaks the pack of balls.
Cue Ball – The white ball that you use to hit the others.
Ball-in-Hand – When a player fouls, the opponent has an opportunity to place the cue ball wherever they want, this is known as ball in hand.
Foul – An illegal shot.
Scratch/In off – When a player pots the cue ball it is known as a scratch or an in off.
Spin – When you hit the cue ball off centre, this causes it to spin causing it to react in different ways to hitting an object.
Corner Pocket – The four corners of the table each have a pocket named a corner pocket.
Side/Middle Pockets – On the longest side cushions there are two pockets, often known as the side or middle pockets.
Plant – Where you play one object ball into another and pot it.
Double – Where you play an object ball off the cushion and pot it.
Bank Shot – Where you play the white onto the cushion before hitting the object ball and potting it.
Snooker – Where it is physically impossible for a player to hit an object ball and must swerve around the ball or come off a cushion to hit it.

Introduction
Do you like Hustle Kings, Pure Chess and Big Sky Infinity? Well if you do then you’re in luck because Pure Pool is made by the same people! Once again like all these other games made by VooFoo Studios, Pure Pool is going to be a ridiculously long platinum. They claim career mode when played properly will take over 40 hours and then you have to win 100 online matches, 9 of which have to be in a row (see the Trophy Boosting Thread for a boosting partner).

Pure Pool is a simulation pool game, where an immersive career mode will keep you playing through many different type of pool modes and challenge modes including:

  • 8 Ball Pool – Your usual Spots vs Stripes (or reds vs yellows in the UK) game mode which anybody who is familiar with pool will know. You have to sink all of your balls and the 8 ball before the opponent does to win. However if you pot the 8 ball illegally then you lose, no second chances.
  • 9 Ball Pool – Another well known style of pool, this game is where you have 9 balls on the table and you have to pot the number 1 first and go in numerical order until the number 9 is potted and whoever pots the 9 ball wins, no matter how many other balls they have potted before. You may pot the 9 before the table is cleared, however it must be a legal shot like planting another ball into it.
  • Killer – Killer is not so well known, you take shots in turn and each get 3 lives and for every miss you do you lose a life, so you can miss twice, a third time and you’re gone. It’s not that simple though, whoever breaks doesn’t lose a life and if you pot two or more balls in one shot you gain extra lives (however many balls you potted minus one to be precise) and similarly if you pot the black, you also get an extra life.
  • Accumulator – Sometimes known as Rotation Pool but with a bit of a twist. You have to go from number 1 to number 15 earning points for every ball you pot, the number 1 being worth one point, number 2 worth two, all the way to number 15 being worth fifteen. You may not pot any ball in any circumstance which isn’t the ball that you’re currently trying to pot, even if it’s legal in other game modes, it will add that much points to the opponents score!
  • Speed Pot – You have to pot all the balls on the table within a certain time limit, it's you against the clock as you have no A.I to go up against and it's all about potting. For each foul you commit, you lose 5 seconds on the time limit.
  • Checkpoint – Similar to Speed Pot you have to pot balls as quickly as possible, you have a set number of balls you have to pot in a certain time limit, however you gain 7 seconds for every ball that you pot, so there’s often a time pressure.
  • Perfect Potter – The real skill challenge. You have to pot as many balls as you can without missing. Unlike the previous challenges, there is no time limit and you can take however long you want to take a shot. The challenge ends as soon as you miss or commit a foul.
  • Royal Rumble – You have to clear the table as quickly as possible, however every 20 seconds there will be another ball that gets put on the table. If there are more than 15 balls on the table you automatically fail and if you commit a foul then you add 5 seconds onto your time.

Alongside this career mode, there is also online mode where you can play against anybody in the world over the four game modes said above (the top four as the bottom four are only one player). Online modes can be quick games for a random online partner, or a league match, where you set your own lobby up for friends to join you, you have to set up your own league and win a league for a trophy too.

While you are playing any game mode, you can press options to bring up all the menus while the game is still playing (dead space esque) so you don't lose the immersion (or you can’t stand watching the A.I play) while playing the game.

Walkthrough:

Step 1 – Tutorial
As soon as the game loads, it will ask if you want to play the tutorial, even if you're a pool veteran you will want to say yes because there is a trophy involved! The tutorial, as you would expect, teaches you the basics of the game and will be done in less than five minutes. If you said no for some reason or another press options at any time of the game and go to the "Players" sub-menu and choose "Tutorial Opponent", this way you can play the tutorial again at any time.

Step 2 – Career Mode
Career mode is what is going to take up most of your time playing this game. There are six levels you can play – Amateur/Pro/Master 8-Ball pool and Amateur/Pro/Master 9-Ball pool. Each of these have five tournaments which are sub divided into between seven and fifteen games of pool! While this doesn't sound like it will take as long as the Roadmap says, you must be in mind you have to get 3 stars on each separate game in every level and tournament. You earn stars by different means in each game but they are generally win a game and two miscellaneous skills involving (but not limiting to) snookering your opponent or potting balls into certain pockets. See Amateur 9-Ball Champ and Amateur 8-Ball Champ for more details of what you need to do for each star.

Step 3 – Online
You should now have the hang of the game and this means you can show everyone up online. While it's not a trophy by itself, you have to win 100 online games for an accolade and you have to collect all the accolades to get the Platinum. You also have to win 9 online games in a row. They don’t have to be of the same game type and they don't have to be against the same player, all that matters is you don't lose while you are going for 9 wins in a row. You also need to start your own league and win a league match, see In a different League for details. See the Trophy Boosting Thread for a boosting partner.

Step 4 – Collecting all accolades
While it is likely you have got most of the accolades after you have completed career mode and online, there may be one or two that you have missed such as End an opponents 7-game win streak. If you have collected all of the accolades then obviously move onto the next step.

Step 5 – Miscellaneous trophies
Similar to the above Step, you will now want to collect the trophies that you may have missed. Bear in mind that you cannot get trophies or accolades in free play and you will have to play against a second player or A.I to earn them.

[PST Would Like to Thank iamQmai for this Roadmap]

Pure Pool Trophy Guide

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52 trophies ( 17  31  1  )

  • Win all the Pure Poolâ„¢ trophies

    Have yourself a pool party now.

  • Win an 8-Ball game

    See 8-Ball Century

  • Win 100 games of 8-Ball

    To win an 8-Ball game of pool, you have to pot all of your balls (spots or stripes depending on what was potted first) and then followed by the black 8-Ball. If you pot the 8-Ball illegally then you lose, this includes potting it too early or fouling while you pot the black while it is the on ball. In real life, if you pot the 8-Ball off the break then you win, I need clarification if it's the same in game as well.

    Tips on playing 8-Ball pool:

    • Always go for a pot – Unless there are certain circumstances like you are covering a pocket and you want the opponent to give you a ball in hand by fouling then you should always go for a pot as the table is too small to play safe. If you are guaranteed to get yourself a snooker and you're not confident of potting then play that shot.
    • Cover pockets – Is one of your balls over a pocket in which your opponents balls are near? Then keep it there and add huge pressure to them! Go for the more difficult balls to pot and then come to that one last.
    • Think 2 or 3 shots ahead – You have an easy shot on, most people will just go straight for the pot and not care about anything else. Professionals will always think two or three shots ahead and know exactly where they want the cue ball to finish to make the next shot as easy as possible. In a sense, positional play is much more important than actually potting the ball, as counter-productive as that sounds.
    • Don't pot the 8-Ball illegally! – You will lose instantly. Make sure that you have potted all your respective spots or stripes before going onto the black ball. It sounds obvious but there are a lot of people who won’t think about it.
  • Win a 9-Ball game

    See 9-Ball Century

  • Win 100 games of 9-Ball

    To win a game of 9-Ball you must be the player to pot the 9-Ball legally, this could be by using a plant or it could be by potting the numbers 1-8 first. It doesn’t matter who pots the most balls, all that matters is that you pot the number 9. Illegally pot it and it will just come back on the table, you don’t automatically lose like you do on 8-ball.

    • Always go for the pot – Like with 8-Ball, you want to be very aggressive, always going for a pot. Because the table is so small, you can always go for plants or doubles. Sometimes a shot is hard but it’s always worth going for it.
    • Cover pockets with other balls – The A.I doesn’t seem to know what a plant is so if you cover a pocket with another ball (even if you foul it doesn’t really matter) the A.I won’t go anywhere near that pocket unless that is the current ball being played. Putting the 9 ball over the pocket of the current ball pretty much guarantees you the win unless the A.I forces it out.
    • Think 2 or 3 shots ahead – Potting a ball without thinking about what you're going to do next is very naïve and will cost you winning some games. If you know exactly where you want the cue ball to end up then put the required spin/power on the ball to make it go there. In a way position is more important than the pot itself.
    • Remember the colour sequence – Do you know which ball to pot next? If you don't then learn the colour sequence. Yellow, Blue, Red, Purple, Orange, Green, Brown, Black, Yellow Striped. Don't ever forget that as the game only shows the next ball and no others.
  • Complete the tutorial

    As soon as the game starts, you will get asked if you want to take part in the tutorial. Say yes and complete the very easy tasks they set you. They are:

    • Place the cue ball with the button
    • Pull back on the right analogue stick then push forward to add power. The harder you hit the more power you use
    • Add spin to the ball using the button
    • Clear the table

    If you want to restart the tutorial at any time or you missed it in the first place, then go to the “players” tab and select the Tutorial Opponent.

  • Download a players DNA

    To download a players DNA you have to go to the players tab and find an online player, providing they have played at least a few games you can download their DNA by pressing their name and then pressing . The point of downloading a player's DNA is to play against them when they’re not actually playing. The game has a very clever system which analyses every shot a player does and puts that into an A.I, in which anybody can download. You don't need to play against the A.I to get the trophy. You just need to download it.

  • Win the amateur 8-Ball career

    Warning: This trophy is possibly glitched, see the Roadmap for more details.

    Amateur 8-Ball career mode has got five tournaments, you don't have to earn each and every star in each tournament. At the start you only have the first tournament unlocked but you unlock the other four by getting stars. The amount of stars you need to unlock them are: 12, 30, 51 and 74.

    Although they're not required, here are all the star requirements:-

    The first tournament consists of:

    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win the game with no fouls/Pot a ball further than 160cm away from the cue ball
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Clear the table in 150 seconds/Win a game leaving 3 opponent balls on the table
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – Clear the table of balls in the fastest time possible – 1:20 for three stars, 1:30 for two, 1:40 for one.
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball off the break/Pot 5 balls in the corner pockets consecutively
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – Pot as many balls consecutively without missing – 6 for three stars, 4 for two and 2 for one.
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:10 for three stars, 1:20 for two and 1:30 for one.
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Pot 3 in a row/Win a 3-frame match without losing a round.

    The second tournament consists of:

    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball off the break/Clear the table in 130 seconds
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 7 for three stars, 5 for two, 3 for one.
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Pot 3 in a row/Pot a ball using a plant shot
    • Killer – Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – Pot as many balls before the time runs out – 5 for three stars, 4 for two and 3 for one.
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:30 for three stars, 1:45 for two, 2:00 for one.
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Come back from 3 behind to win/Pot 5 balls in the corner pockets consecutively
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter - 9 for three stars, 7 for two, 5 for one.
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win a 3-frame match without losing a round/Pot 2 balls off the break

    The third tournament consists of:

    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win the game with no fouls/Pot a ball further than 200cm from the cue ball
    • Killer – Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint - 6 for three stars/5 for two/4 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Come back from 3 behind to win/Pot 2 balls in the side pocket consecutively
    • Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:00 for three stars/1:10 for two/1:20 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 7 for three stars/6 for two/5 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win leaving 3 opponent balls/Pot 3 in a row
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 9 for three stars/7 for two/5 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win a 5-frame match without losing a round/Win a game with every shot under 30% power

    The fourth tournament consists of:

    • Accumulator – Win the game/Win with at least 60 points/Win with at least 70 points
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win where all pots used screw/Pot a ball further than 200cm from the cue ball
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:20 for three stars/1:35 for two/1:50 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Royal Rumble – 2:00 for three stars/2:20 for two/2:40 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win a game from 4 ball behind/Snooker your opponent
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 8 for three stars/7 for two/6 for one
    • Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Royal Rumble – 1:50 for three stars/2:10 for two/2:30 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 9 for three stars/7 for two/5 for one
    • Accumulator – With the game/Win with at least 60 points/Win with at least 70 points
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 2:00 for three stars/2:20 for two/2:40 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win a game potting only into corner pockets/Pot a ball using a bank shot
    • 8-Ball - Win the game/Win a game leaving 4 of your opponents balls/Win a 5-frame match without losing a round

    The fifth and final tournament consists of:

    • Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 9 for three stars/8 for two/7 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Royal Rumble – 1:40 for three stars/2:00 for two/2:20 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Clear the table in 90 seconds/Pot 2 or more balls in one shot
    • Accumulator – Win the game/Win with at least 70 points/Win with at least 80 points
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 0:50 for three stars/1:00 for two/1:10 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 12 for three stars/10 for two/8 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball further than 240cm from the cue ball/Win a game leaving 5 of your opponents balls
    • Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 14 for three stars/12 for two/10 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Pot in 5 in a row/Win a game with every shot over 70% power
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 18 for three stars/14 for two/10 for one
    • Accumulator – Win the game/Win with at least 70 points/Win with at least 80 points
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:50 for three stars/2:10 for two/2:30 for one
    • 8-Ball – Win the game/Win a 7-frame match without losing a game/Pot 3 balls in the side pockets consecutively.

    Note: If the star doesn't say Win then you don't have to win the game, however you do have to finish it. For example: If you see "pot 5 balls in a row" you have to pot 5 in a row but you don't have to win the game. If you see "Win a game with every shot under 30% power" you do have to win the game.

  • Win the pro 8-Ball career

    See Amateur 8-Ball Champ for more details on the stars. You must use Pro skill level in this part of career, which means you have limited line to see where the balls are going. If you need to, you could use a ruler to help you see where the object ball is going but I wouldn't recommend it unless you want to play really slowly.

  • Win the master 8-Ball career

    See Amateur 8-Ball Champ for more details on the stars. You must use Master skill level in this part of career, which means you have very limited line to see where the balls are going, in fact it's only a circle as to where you’re going to hit the object ball. This requires a lot of skill but like with everything, practice makes perfect.

  • Win the amateur 9-Ball career

    Warning: This trophy is possibly glitched, see the Roadmap for more details.

    Amateur 9-Ball career mode has got five tournaments, you don't have to earn each and every star in each tournament. At the start you only have the first tournament unlocked but you unlock the other four by getting stars. The amount of stars you need to unlock them are: 12, 30, 51 and 74.

    Here are all of the star requirements for the Amateur 9-Ball career mode:-

    The first tournament consists of:

    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win the game with no fouls/Snooker your opponent
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball further than 160cm from the cue ball/Win a game leaving 2 or 3 balls on the table
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – Clear the table of balls in the fastest time possible – 1:20 for three stars, 1:30 for two, 1:40 for one.
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball off the break/Pot 5 balls in the corner pockets consecutively
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – Pot as many balls consecutively without missing – 6 for three stars, 4 for two and 2 for one.
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:10 for three stars, 1:20 for two and 1:30 for one.
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball using a plant shot/Win a 3-frame match without losing a round.

    The second tournament consists of:

    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball off the break/Snooker your opponent
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 7 for three stars, 5 for two, 3 for one.
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win a game leaving 2 or 3 balls on the table/Pot a ball using a plant shot
    • Killer – Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – Pot as many balls before the time runs out – 5 for three stars, 4 for two and 3 for one.
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:30 for three stars, 1:45 for two, 2:00 for one.
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball further than 160cm from the cue ball/Pot 5 balls in the corner pockets consecutively
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter - 9 for three stars, 7 for two, 5 for one.
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win a 3-frame match without losing a round/Pot 2 balls off the break

    The third tournament consists of:

    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win the game with no fouls/Pot a ball further than 200cm from the cue ball
    • Killer – Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint - 6 for three stars/5 for two/4 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win a game leaving 4 or 5 balls on the table/Pot 2 balls in the side pocket consecutively
      Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:00 for three stars/1:10 for two/1:20 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 7 for three stars/6 for two/5 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Get out of a snooker/Pot 3 in a row
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 9 for three stars/7 for two/5 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win a 5-frame match without losing a round/Win a game with every shot under 30% power

    The fourth tournament consists of:

    • Accumulator – Win the game/Win with at least 60 points/Win with at least 70 points
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win where all pots used screw/Pot a ball further than 200cm from the cue ball
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:20 for three stars/1:35 for two/1:50 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Royal Rumble – 2:00 for three stars/2:20 for two/2:40 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win the game leaving 4 or 5 balls on the table/Snooker your opponent
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 8 for three stars/7 for two/6 for one
    • Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Royal Rumble – 1:50 for three stars/2:10 for two/2:30 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 9 for three stars/7 for two/5 for one
    • Accumulator – With the game/Win with at least 60 points/Win with at least 70 points
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 2:00 for three stars/2:20 for two/2:40 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win a game potting only into corner pockets/Pot a ball using a bank shot
    • 9-Ball - Win the game/Pot 2 balls in the side pockets consecutively/Win a 5-frame match without losing a round

    The fifth and final tournament consists of:

    • Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 9 for three stars/8 for two/7 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Royal Rumble – 1:40 for three stars/2:00 for two/2:20 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot 3 in a row/Pot 2 or more balls in one shot
    • Accumulator – Win the game/Win with at least 70 points/Win with at least 80 points
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 0:50 for three stars/1:00 for two/1:10 for one
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 12 for three stars/10 for two/8 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot a ball further than 240cm from the cue ball/Win a game leaving 6 or 7 balls on the table
    • Killer - Win the game/Win with 2 lives remaining/Win with 3 lives remaining
    • CHALLENGE – Checkpoint – 14 for three stars/12 for two/10 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Pot in 5 in a row/Win a game with every shot over 70% power
    • CHALLENGE – Perfect Potter – 18 for three stars/14 for two/10 for one
    • Accumulator – Win the game/Win with at least 70 points/Win with at least 80 points
    • CHALLENGE – Speed Pot – 1:50 for three stars/2:10 for two/2:30 for one
    • 9-Ball – Win the game/Win a 7-frame match without losing a game/Pot 3 balls in the side pockets consecutively.

    Note: If the star doesn't say Win then you don't have to win the game, however you do have to finish it. For example: If you see "pot 5 balls in a row" you have to pot 5 in a row but you don't have to win the game. If you see "Win a game with every shot under 30% power" you do have to win the game.

  • Win the pro 9-Ball career

    See Amateur 9-Ball Champ for more details on stars. You must use Pro skill level in this part of career, which means you have limited line to see where the balls are going. If you need to, you could use a ruler to help you see where the object ball is going but I wouldn’t recommend it unless you want to play really slowly.

  • Win the master 9-Ball career

    See Amateur 9-Ball Champ for more details on stars. You must use Master skill level in this part of career, which means you have very limited line to see where the balls are going, in fact it's only a circle as to where you're going to hit the object ball. This requires a lot of skill but like with everything, practice makes perfect.

  • Win 100 Stars in career mode

    To get stars you have to do certain tasks in career mode (see the above 6 trophies for what exactly). Earn 100 to unlock this trophy, this will come within the Amateur career mode if you for everyone of them as there is a total of 162 stars to be earned there.
    This must be earned all in one career mode and is not cumulative. I'd advise going for this on amateur 9 ball or amateur 8 ball as they are the simplest.

  • Gain 10 different accolades

    See The Ultimate Accolade for all accolades you can earn, you must earn 10 for this trophy.

  • Gain 25 different accolades

    See The Ultimate Accolade for all accolades you can earn, you must earn 25 for this trophy.

  • Gain at least 1 of each accolade

    Accolades are earned by doing certain tasks while playing any game mode, they can range from being easy such as playing a game or something hard like clear the table in 70 seconds in 8-Ball pool. You must earn every accolade at least once to earn this trophy. The total list of accolades is as follows:

    • Pot 3/5/7/15 in a row
    • Complete tutorial
    • Pot a ball using a bank shot
    • Win a game using a bank shot
    • Pot a ball using a double shot
    • Win a game using a double shot
    • Pot a ball using a plant shot
    • Pot a ball using a double plant shot
    • Pot a ball/two balls/three balls off the break
    • Win a game where all pots used screw
    • Win a game with no fouls
    • Win a game with every shot over 70% power
    • Win a game with every shot under 30% power
    • Pot 5 balls in the corner pockets consecutively
    • Win a game using only corner pockets
    • Pot 2/3 balls in side pockets consecutively
    • Win a game using only side pockets
    • Snooker your opponent 1/20/50/100 times
    • Get out of a snooker 1/20/50/100 times
    • Pot 2 or more balls in one shot
    • Pot a ball 240cm/200cm/160cm away from the cue ball
    • Win 3/5/7 consecutive games
    • Win 3/5/7 consecutive games without fouling
    • Play 1/20/50/100/1000 games
    • Knock 1/10/25 balls of the table
    • End an opponents 3/5/7 win streak
    • Clear the table in 150/130/110/90/70 seconds in 8-ball
    • Win a game leaving 3/4/5/6/7 of your opponents balls
    • Come back to win from 3/4/5/6/7 balls behind
    • Win by your opponent illegally potting the 8-ball
    • Win a game leaving 8/6 or 7/4 or 5/2 or 3 balls on the table in 9 ball
    • Win a 3/5/7 frame match without losing a frame
    • Win the game
    • Win a game against something with a higher rank
    • Win against a Skilled/Semi-Pro/Hustler/Legendary player
    • Win 20/50/100 online games
    • Win with 2/3 lives remaining in killer
    • Win with at least 60/70/80 points in Accumulator

    Note: When the game says "consecutively", it doesn't necessarily mean you have to pot them in one sitting and you are allowed to miss. However, if it says "in a row" then you are not allowed to miss.

  • Gain 10 accolades of the same type

    Every game you play you get the Play a Game accolade so once you play 10 games, you will earn this trophy.

  • Gain 100 accolades of the same type

    Every game you play you get the Play a Game accolade so once you play 100 games, you will earn this trophy.

  • Play 4 different challenges

    Challenges are single player game modes where you are against the clock or against your own skill, these can be accessed in career mode or by going to the Challenges tab and playing through each one. There is a description of each game mode in the introduction but the game modes are, Speed Pot, Checkpoint, Perfect Potter and Royal Rumble. Play each one once and the trophy is yours.

  • Reach 'Talented' rank

    Potentially Glitched

    As you progress throughout the game your rank will change, it cannot go down thankfully but you must reach level 18 to be classed as "Talented" rank

  • Reach 'Pro' rank

    Potentially Glitched

    This is the same as Pure Pool Talented but you must be level 45.

  • Reach 'Veteran' rank

    Potentially Glitched

    This is the same as Pure Pool Talented but you must be level 81.

  • Reach 'Grand Master' rank

    Potentially Glitched

    Same as Pure Pool Talented but you must be level 126. Level 126 is a very high level and will take you "around 100+ hours" (quote from developers). This is what will take so long to get the Platinum.My current method to level up is to play Perfect Potter and try do as many trick shots such as plant/bank/double shots as you can. It's not very quick but it's the quickest method I have found.

  • Win 3 consecutive games of 8-Ball without fouling

    This trophy should come naturally, however if you're struggling, you can play against the second human player (with one controller if needed) and make sure you don't foul but making sure the first player wins 3 in a row. If you do foul, you can restart a game without it counting.

  • Pot 3 or more balls off the break

    Again this should be natural to unlock, especially if you're using full power and top spin on every break. Due to it having more balls, this is statistically easier to get while playing 8-Ball, however I find it easier on 9-Ball simply because the balls don't get in the way of each other. Just make sure you use full power and have top spin on the cue ball so it might hit into an object ball and knock it in.

  • Win by the opponent potting the black illegally

    The easiest way to get this is to play two player with a second human player then once it's the second players turn, make it so they pot the black. If you don't do this with another human player, it is completely down to luck which is why having human players make it easier to achieve.

  • Clear the table in the Perfect Potter challenge

    Perfect Potter is part of the challenges tab on the options menu. To earn this trophy you must get 15 pots in a row, you aren't allowed to miss or the game will stop. One tip I would give is to not put full power into the break, because the balls generally stick to the cushions if you do. I recommend going about 60% power and then this should leave all balls in potable positions and it should be easy from there.

  • 8 ball your opponent in a game of 8 Ball

    To "8 Ball" your opponent you must win the game without your opponent potting any of their balls, they must have all 7 of their balls on the table so if you pot one of theirs off the break, restart. This can be done with a second human player, which will dramatically decrease the difficulty in this trophy.

  • Put an opponent in a snooker

    To put an opponent you need to make it so they can't hit any of their balls directly. I recommend doing this in 8-Ball pool as you don't use the same balls, although for some stars you'll have to do it in 9-Ball too. A lot of this is down to luck but it’s skill dependent also, it should come naturally though. You will need to do this 100 times for an accolade.

  • Get out of a snooker

    You will often find yourself snookered by your opponent, especially in the later tournaments, as the A.I are ridiculously good at putting the ball where it needs to be. Hit the cushion and hit one of your balls and the trophy will be yours. You will need to do this 100 times for an accolade.

  • Play a bank shot and pot

    A bank shot is where the cue ball comes off a cushion before it hits the object ball and then pots it. On the (badly) drawn picture below, the red line does not count however the green and blue do. You can also do this in two player mode so it doesn't give you the pressure to have to pot it or the A.I wins:

  • Win a game with a bank shot

    See Banked It!, however you have to win the game while using a bank shot.

  • Play a double shot and pot

    A double shot is where you hit the object ball and then it comes off a cushion to pot. Generally speaking, without spin the object ball will always come off the cushion at the exact angle it came onto it so if you use some maths and common sense this will not be too hard. You can also do this in two player mode so it doesn’t give you the pressure to have to pot it or the A.I wins.

  • Win a game with a double shot

    This is the same as Doubled but instead you have to win a game with a double shot.

  • Beat a player with a higher rank

    This will come naturally in career mode because the A.I is generally always at a higher level than you. If you don't get this naturally then go to the Trophy Boosting Thread to find a player with a higher rank. If by any chance you haven't got this once you hit the level cap, then you're going to have to delete your data as it'll be impossible to get.

  • Complete a 3 online game win streak

    See Showing them how it's done

  • Complete a 6 online game win streak

    See Showing them how it's done

  • Complete a 9 online game win streak

    If you're not confident of your own abilities to win 9 online games in a row, visit the Trophy Boosting Thread for a boosting partner. I recommend playing 8-Ball so the player who is going to lose can just pot the black and make the games go much quicker!

  • Issue a challenge

    To issue a challenge, go to the players tab and find a player then press the button on their profile to issue a rematch. You don't even have to play the game, because you get the trophy as soon as you hit the challenge button.

  • Clear the table in 8-Ball in less than 70 seconds

    To clear the table in 8-Ball in under 70 seconds you effectively have to pot everything without missing, you have to pot all seven of your balls and then the 8-Ball so this means you’re going to have to pot every 8 and a half seconds on average.

  • Knock a ball off the table

    To knock a ball off the table, you want to be close to the corner pocket and literally smash the ball as hard as you can just so you don’t pot but the cue ball will come off the edges of the pocket and get knocked off the table. You can also put a lot of back spin on the cue ball, making it jump when you hit it. To add spin onto the cue ball, hold the button and then for back spin hold down the left analogue stick.

  • Win a game of 9-Ball with the 1-Ball still on the table

    Sometimes you are fortunate enough to pot the 9 ball on the break, though this isn't very likely so the most effective way to get this is to play against the second player and make it so they put the 9-Ball over the pocket and then the first player pots the number 9 from the number 1 using a plant shot.

  • Create a pool league

    To create a league, go to the My Games tab then go to My League. Once you are here it will ask you to create a league if you haven't done so already. Make it so it's an 8-Ball lobby with one game so you can easily win with the opponent potting the black. You do not need to win the game but it is recommended that you do for the In different league trophy.

  • Win a pool league

    See League of Your Own

 

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