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Friday, May 19, 2006
 
Cricket In 3D
8:47 AM | Cord Kruse | Comment on this story

Graham Randall has released an update for Cricket, his Mac OS X only cricket sports game. This release introduces OS 10.4 support and 3D gameplay for the first time, allowing players to zoom into the action and view the players and field from a variety of different perspectives.

Here are some of the game's features:

- Bouncers, fast,medium,offspin & legspin bowling
- 1-player & 2-player mode
- Auto play mode
- See the catches and runouts from new camera angles
- Atmospheric crowd buzz
- Replay each ball with the Tracker slow motion camera
- Superb bowling and batting action
- Full Test Match or Limited Overs
- Scorecards with fall-of-wicket
Cricket requires a G5 system with OS X 10.3 and an OpenGL compatible graphics card. To learn more about the game click on the links below.

Cricket Website


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