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Update for version 2.0 is around the corner

The update should be available in the marketplace by 5th March.

Whats new:
-Did somebody say fielders need to move? 🙂 Check out the screenshots below.
-Instantly resume the game on switching back from other apps.
-Gameplay improvements.


v1.9 is now available in the marketplace :)

If you dont see a notification for the update you can go to the marketplace yourself and update it.



Update for version 1.9 should be here soon

There should be a new update available as soon as it clears marketplace certification. If all goes well then it should be this week.

Give it a spin and let me know what you think. Here is a summary of whats new:

  • Improved Graphics.
  • Gameplay improvements based on feedback. To name a few – Mute spectators, better field placements in normal level, end-of-over notifications.
  • New bowler type. I’ll let you download this one and see what it is. 🙂

Like the game? Please leave a review on the marketplace. Got feedback and suggestions? Please leave them in comments or send mail.

Thanks for playing!

Batting Tips

This game is designed so you can use the touch interface to control the bat. Unlike other cricket games where you simply have to press a combination of buttons or just “flick” your finger at a given time to hit the ball, in this game you have much more control of the bat.

To hit the ball:

  1. Tap on the arrows to position the bat.
  2. Slide your finger backward to swing the bat back (you can use any free part of the screen to slide your fingers).
  3. Watch the ball as it comes on to the bat and slide your finger forward (in the direction you want to hit the ball).

Scoring runs:

  • The power with which you hit the ball depends on how fast you slide your finger forward. To play gentle shots slide your finger forward slowly and vice-versa.
  • The direction is generally based on the direction of the face of the bat when the ball is struck. Try swinging the bat a few times to see how the bat moves around.
  • To hit the ball in the air (lofted shots) the face of the bat needs to be pointing upward when it makes contact with the ball (like real cricket).
  • Notice that the more you slide your finger forward to bat will rotate more upward.


  • Do not release your finger until you have hit the ball.
  • Watch the ball onto the bat as you slide your finger forward to hit the ball.
  • Swinging the bat too fast can cause you to miss the ball entirely.
  • You should be able to play a wide range of shots in front of the wicket. You cannot play shots to 3rd man (ie. behind the batsman’s stumps) though.