Your screen is to small to play this fun flash game.
Pop all the fish into the pockets. Use the mouse to control the direction and the speed of the white ball. Have Fun!
Do you like sports, and do you also enjoy to play a fun flash game of pool online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Aquarium Pool flash game online. Am I right? ;)
Use your mouse to play this fun online game. Use the mouse to control the direction and the speed of the white ball.
According to About.com choosing and caring for fish is what keeping an aquarium is all about. Fish come in all sizes and shapes, each with different needs. What you feed your fish is as important as the environment you provide for them. If fish are well cared for, disease is a rare occurrence. On those occasions when a fish becomes ill, having information at your fingertips is critical. Aquarium is the name for any supervised exhibit of aquatic animals and plants. Aquariums are known to have been constructed in ancient Rome, Egypt, and Asia. The first aquarium known to have been constructed with glass is in Regent's Park, London (1853). Large freshwater and saltwater aquariums are often maintained for research and breeding purposes by universities, marine stations, and wildlife commissions.
According to PoolTables.com there are many fun pool facts for kids. Did you know that Billiards or Pool evolved from a lawn game similar to croquet played sometime during the 15th century in Northern Europe. Throughout history, billiards has bridged the gap between the aristocracy and the masses. Both gentlemen and street toughs played. Pool is one of the safest sports in the world (unless you get smacked in the face with the cue ball, that's never fun!). There are 15 colored balls in billiards, 7 solid, 7 striped and the black 8-ball. The world's largest billiard hall was built during billiards Golden Age. The Recreation, a mammoth seven-story health spa, was a bustling Detroit business in the 1920's. It featured 103 tables, 88 bowling lanes, 20 barber chairs, three manicuring stands, 14 cigar stands, a lunch counter on each floor, a restaurant that could seat 300, and an exhibition room with theater seating, that could accommodate 250 spectators. (Now that sounds like a great place to go for Family Night!)