by: Nextwave Multimedia • 79.7K
Beach Cricket is a virtual cricket game in which players will have the chance to practice their favorite sport as batters or bowlers. You can select a side to play with, but also opt for free play on a quiet beach or a sunny pitch. It's a good 3D game that will let you hone your abilities and take your mind off other things for a while.
The game is well-designed. It has some traditional 3D graphics that have been well constructed, although the truth is that the competition is hardly competitive. In any case, the game dynamic matches that of the professional game, so there aren't any nasty surprises in that department. Before playing, it's crucial to get to grips with the controls, otherwise you won't be able to make contact with the ball let alone hit it for 6. We like the atmospheric sounds, which are actually quite relaxing.
Beach Cricket isn't a professional cricket game; it's more of a casual 'knock about' with a few friends. Even so, the game offers some ranking based on how you're playing. The app comes with ads, although they don't appear while you're playing cricket itself, thank goodness.
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Jul 17, 2015
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!
The usual 11 players comprise your team; batsmen are predefined but you can select your bowlers from the players available. By winning the toss you have the option to bat or bowl first.
After finishing one game you can start another.
You can play a 5,10 over match.
**Following software and hardware requirement is needed for better game play,
- Android OS 2.0 or later
- Device powered by an ARMv7 (Cortex family) CPU
- GPU support for OpenGLES 2.0 is recommended