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Can't play my virtual pool N64, I have no guide for controls

I just bought a virtual pool for N64, but it doesn't have the instruction guide so I don't know how to control the action/ shoot the ball or set up the shot, does anyone know how, or have an instruction guide I can copy?

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    Arlene Maldonado Jan 25, 2009

    Thanks for the INFO, unfortunately they didn't have the info on this game, although they have alot of info on other games. Thanks again.



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You could go to google and put the name of the game and put walcktrough at the end. Well and search for the guide until you find it, i assure you the conrolls will be listed.

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