Your screen is to small to play this free fun game.
The goal is to rack up as much dough as you can with the shots that you have. Aim with the pool stick and click to fire. The gauge above the cue ball indicates the strength of your shot. Earn bonus cash and extra shots if you make a shot into a bonus hole before the cash is removed. Have Fun!
Do you like sports, and do you also enjoy to play a prison flash game 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 online Prison Pockets flash game.
Use your mouse to play the Prison Pockets game. Aim with the pool stick and click to fire. The gauge above the cue ball indicates the strength of your shot. Sinking multiple balls with a single shot will earn you a bonus. Earn bonus cash and extra shots if you make a shot into a bonus hole before the cash is removed. You also get extra shots for clearing a level. You lose a shot if you scratch.
According to TalkLeft.com some prisons are equiped with pool tables. For instance at the FCI Sandstone in Minnesota inmates have a craft center for leather craft, can paint and make stained glass. There are intramural or extramural sports, a pool table, and religious services for many faiths — including Catholic, Jewish, Native American, and Muslim. Many Americans want prison to be a miserable experience for inmates, but that isn't always the case especially in federal prisons. Federal prisons have historically been more pleasant than state prisons, and pool is much more common as a recreational activity in a federal prison than in one on a state or local level.
According to Colorado State University there are many fun facts about pool. Billiards evolved from a lawn game similar to croquet played sometime during the 15th century in Northern Europe (probably in France). Pool is one of the safest sports in the world. The first coin-operated billiard table was patented in 1903. The cost of a game on the first pay-for-play table: one penny. Most chalk used today is comprised of fine abrasives and does not contain a speck of chalk. At times, including during the Civil War, billiard results received wider coverage than war news. Players were so renowned that cigarette cards were issued featuring them.