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The batting team tries to score as many runs as possible in a specified number of overs (or balls), without getting out. The bowling team tries to minimize the runs scored and to get as many batsman out as possible.
Users select the countries they want to represent from the screen on the Tablet
Scoring is automatic. It depends on where and how fast the ball is hit.
- Shots along the ground into the inner gutter result in 0 to 4 runs.
- Shots hit directly over the boundary wall get 6 runs.
Bowling and Fielding
Each User on the bowling team takes a turn to bowl an Over (set of six balls) with the goal of stopping runs or getting the batsman out.
Two Wide Ball markers are used to prevent bowlers from delivering balls outside of the normal reach of a batsman. If a ball deflects off a marker the game will register a wide ball and award 1 run, additional runs based off where the ball went as well as an extra ball.
Bowled: If the ball hits the wicket either directly from the bowler’s delivery or after deflecting from the body/bat of the batsman, batsman is out bowled.
LBW: If the batsman blocks the ball with his leg when it would have otherwise hit the wicket, he is out Leg Before Wicket (LBW)
Caught: If a batsman hits a ball and a fielder catches the ball the batsman is out caught.
Games are restricted to a single innings, where each team bats once.
The first team’s turn at batting is over when:
- All “batsmen” in the team are out, OR
- The team has batted through the agreed number of overs.
The roles of the teams then change, and Team 2 gets to bat. If Team 2 can score more runs than Team 1 (before all of its players are out, or the overs are complete) Team 2 is the winner. If Team 2 is unable to reach Team 1’s score then Team 1 is the winner.
Umpire Review can be invoked by pressing the yellow button if both teams agree that a review is warranted. This allows the following changes to the event on the previous ball:
Tapping the back arrow at the bottom of the screen will exit the Umpire Review screen.
Dot Ball: A play in which no runs are scored
Over: A set of 6 balls or deliveries
LBW or Leg Before Wicket: A way for the batsman to get out
Wide: A ball bowled outside the normal reach of the batter
- Insert 4 Quarters
- Pick your team from the list
- Select Play! You are now ready to launch the first ball!
- For more info view the Video Tutorials below.