Developer: NextWave Multimedia Inc
Current Version: 2.2.1
Last Updated: 4 years ago
Download Size: 74.7 MB - Download
For the cricket enthusiast, the game can be adapted to suit any surrounding. In this version have a go at ‘Beach Cricket’ and get a taste of the sun, sand and the sea while the willow smacks the cherry!
Choose from either of the two teams comprising of 11 players. You can edit team name and abbreviation. Also edit player name, role, batting style and bowling type. Order of the batsmen are predefined, but you can select the order of the bowlers during game play.
Choice of Overs: 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, or 30.
Choice of venue: Sunny Grove or Tranquil Bay.
- Enhanced User Interface
- Fixed freezing issues
- Fixed few minor bugs
Most Helpful Reviews
Bad Graphics and Low Game Model - The game has many Drawbacks..! 1. The Statistics Column of Batting Team has the number of 4's and 6's interchanged leading to confusion. 2. There is no achievement analysis when a Batsman, scores 50 runs, or 100 runs, or all 4's in an over or all 6's in an over. 3. The Shot selection is not clear, and graphics and Batsman Position exactly at the time of Shot Selection can improve. 4. The Game consists of pre-defined Teams, and Team Selection would make it more interesting. 5. When a Bowler scores a Hatrick, there is no notifiction/Record of that. 6. At the end of every match, Declaring a " Man of the Match " will make the game more appealing to the player. 7. The people around the beach(or the stadium) resemble Static Figures who stay expressionles. 9. When a Batsman Scores a Six.. you hear an annoying noise of someone from the crowd shouting, "Four" everytime.(Yes, even though that was a Six) 10. 11. The Game is Essentially, the SAME MATCH, between 2 FIXED Teams, and keeps repeating itself, without any effect on Winning or Loosing a Match. 12. There is no option for the User to Skip Bowling or Batting and will have to go through each one of it, Ball by Ball, to come to an End with the Match. 13. There is no Practise mode for Bowling or Batting. Also, if the Timing could be mentioned by a Graphic Symbol, it would be appealing.