Stick Cricket By Stick Sports Ltd
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- Category: Games
- Updated: 13 March 2014
- Version: 2.6.0
- Size: 39.2 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Stick Sports Ltd
- © Copyright Stick Sports Ltd 2010-14
Compatibility: Requires iOS 5.1.1 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch. This app is optimized for iPhone 5
Hit out or get out in the world’s most popular cricket game, Stick Cricket®!
Easy to play yet hard to master, Stick Cricket offers you the chance to:
WIN THE WORLD T2
16 teams battle it out in Bangladesh in an exhilarating 2-over tournament tussle.
DOMINATE THE WORLD
From minnows to modern day masters, only a Stick Cricket legend can successfully unlock and conquer all 14 countries en route to World Domination.
SLOG THE STARS FOR SIX
Pad up for your country against the greats in All Star Slog. If their reputation doesn’t scare you, their fierce bouncers might!
WIN THE WORLD CUP
The most coveted silverware in cricket is up for grabs when you unlock this mode. Do you have what it takes to become a national hero?
HUMILIATE YOUR MATES
Take on your friends, via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, in the ultimate battle for bragging rights. Pro Pack unlock required.
TEST YOUR SKILL
Get your eye in with a net session at the Academy, or take a skill test to improve your technique.
TRACK YOUR STATS
Look back at all the carnage you’ve caused! Just make sure your career run rate is more like Botham than Boycott.
Stick Cricket, a title of “legendary status” (Pocket-Lint), boasts “hellishly addictive” gameplay (Gizmodo) and is “like seeing the world through Chris Gayle’s eyes” (Sport Magazine).
Important message: This game includes In-App Purchases.
What’s New in Version 2.6.0
WORLD T2: Become a national hero by leading your country to T2 glory in this brand new tournament mode, free for a limited time.
ALL STARS: After a heavy Friday night at the pub, the selectors have made some rash selection changes to the All Stars XI. Please direct all complaints to the makers of Ashes Cricket 2013.
England’s loss is the All Stars gain, with Kevin Pietersen soon to be whistling his way to and from the dressing room. His former teammate, Andrew Flintoff, also arrives. On a pedalo.
The dressing room is stocked up with baked beans and mobile phone credit to welcome Warnie, while Shaun Pollock is picked for his Duckworth-Lewis expertise.
We desperately needed one more player to make up the numbers, so a retired Indian batsman named Sachin just scraped in.
IMPROVE YOUR GAME: Do a Stuart Broad and get an edge over the opposition by visiting coach Gary at the new Performance Centre.