Cricket 3D 2.0
The latest version of Cricket 3D is now available and has packed in a great set of new and updated features:
- Wagon Wheel display of all the runs scored by each batsman - Move the fielders around to cut off the runs - LBW decisions included - All the international teams updated with the latest players and stats - Sweep shot added when the Mac bats - All scorecards updated using the latest Quartz 2D technology - Brand new Summary card showing the batting and bowling highlights - Edit team names (so you can add yourself to your favourite team)
In addition, a long list of enhancements has been included (many based on user feedback) and all the teams have been refreshed with the latest players.
So while Shane Warne may have retired, you can still face up to all the world-class bowlers and play your shots to the applause from the crowd. When you bowl, see if you can get through the solid defences of players such as Lara or Ponting.
Field placings are vital to restrain the high scoring batsmen and with the new features in version 2 you can look at the wagon wheel display and then take a bird's eye view of the field to see where there are gaps in the fielding. You also need to keep a captain's eye on your bowlers to make sure they are rested before they lose speed and accuracy.
The game is now in a Universal binary that means that it has been made to run on both Intel- and PowerPC-based Mac computers. Simply install the game as usual and it will automatically run at peak performance for your Mac's architecture.
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