Saturday, 27 October 2012

New multiplayer cricket game for iOS, Android


Cricket Fever Challenge has exciting new features that now allow gamers to play or challenge their friends across Android and iOS, and online through Facebook.

DisneyUTV has launched what it calls the first ever multiplatform multiplayer cricket game-Cricket Fever Challenge.

Cricket Fever Challenge has exciting new features that allow gamers to play or challenge their friends across Android, iOS and online through Facebook.

Once logged into the game through a smartphone or Facebook, the gamer starts a match by selecting a friend. The objective of the game is to hit maximum runs in one over (6 balls) to set a challenge for the opponent to beat. The aim is to win as many challenges as possible to stay at the top of the leaderboard and move to new skill levels.

Players can participate for the first time in multiplayer challenges through Facebook friends and other players. They can track their progress using a unique Player Profile card known as a gamer card. According to its maker, it realistically simulates cricket using new real time physics and many motion capture animations, which make the player feel as if he is batting at the crease.

The game also comes with swipe based controls for batting that allow the player to hit the ball in any direction. Cricket Fever Challenge has TV Broadcast style cameras to create a cinematic experience.

Cricket Fever Challenge allows the gamer's profile to be stored on the cloud server, which means you can take a break and pick up where you left off no matter what device you are playing on.

Moreover, Cricket Fever Challenge is available for free.

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