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In a few minutes you could be bowling and batting with all the world-class players - click below to get your copy of Cricket.
The full version includes all the top international teams selected from the very latest Test Match and ODI squads:
- New Zealand,
- Sri Lanka,
- South Africa &
- West Indies
Cricket 3D is unique to the Mac and is designed for Mac OS X using OpenGL, OpenAL and Quartz technologies.
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The unique cricket game for the MacPlay Test Match & Limited Overs cricket games on the Mac with 1-player or 2-player mode, batting and bowling, full scorecards, statistics and stunning 3D graphics.
Cricket 3d on the Mac has just got even better and with twice as many shots now available your bowling attack needs to be accurate and backed up by sharp fielding. When it's your turn to go in to bat, new options have been added so in addition to all your favourite shots you can now cut the ball, turn them into leg glances or go all-out for a big six over the boundary rope.
The gameplay can be altered so that you match the level of difficulty to your own standard. Starting with an Amateur level, you can gradually build up your batting and bowling skills to achieve the highest International level.
But beware! The game is really tough at the Professional levels with bowling speeds of over 90 mph and concentration becomes all important if you are to succeed and beat the top level opposition
Play some Classic gamesRemember these amazing clashes...?
- 2005 Ashes 2nd Test at Edgbaston
- Australia vs South Africa in the 1999 ICC semi-final (at Edgbaston again!)
- Twenty20 final at Johannesburg in 2007
- England vs South Africa in the 1998 final test at Headingley
- New Zealand playing West Indies in the 1st Test at Eden Park, Auckland in 2006
A total of 8 great classic games are provided along with write-ups of the game and actual scorecards. Choose to bat and chase the runs, or bowl out the other side to claim victory!
In Limited Overs, you need to keep a careful eye on the run-rate to ensure you are in control of the game. Bowlers are limited to a maximum of 20% of the total number of overs, so as captain, you must rotate your bowling attack.
Set the field positions
This new window provides a stunning new slant on the Cricket game with the chance to closely observe how the batsmen are scoring around the ground and the placement of the fielders. Scoring wheels for each batsman can be turned on or off and the fielding positions are also available to show exactly where gully, midwicket etc are found.
With the choice of defensive, normal or attacking fields this Oval window is a delight to use and consult as the game progresses. It is equally helpful for all those young players that see themselves as a future captain of their team - the top down view provides a unique chance to move the field and see how successful each fielder is
The view from the boundary
After you have hit some boundaries and put the other team in to bat, switch to auto-mode and you can sit back to watch your team bowling and fielding. But don't relax for too long or your bowlers will soon tire!
The Mac uses Intelligent Fielders to restrict your scoring - favourite shots will be noted and the field adjusted to stop the flow of runs. You need to think about varying your shots and look out for the gaps in the field.