Championship 3D Snooker
Genre: Sport, Simulation
Championship 3D Snooker is a sports simulation video game developed and created by Steven Walters and published by Zeppelin Games Limited in 1992. Championship 3D Snooker simulates the cue sport Snooker, and is an early pioneer of 3D computer graphics in Snooker games, first used in Jimmy White's 'Whirlwind' Snooker, and would be adopted for most Snooker games that followed, including the Virtual Pool series.
The game was released in 64 bit graphics for the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum.