A 3d cricket game with real teams, realistic physics and great graphics
Do you love to play Android cricket games? If so, you should run over and check out World Cricket Championship 2. This popular game first saw its release in 2013 for the Android smartphone. After a long time coming, Nextwave Multimedia has finally released this new version titled Cricket Championship 2. This full-fledged cricket game will work with the Windows mobile and the iOS as well as the Android.
At the time of its release, this was one of the most advanced and fun-to-play cricket games that you could find for the Android. Sure, you have the ICC Pro Cricket 2015, but even that fails to stack up to the level of entertainment with the World Cricket Championship 2. This is because you have plenty of game modes that you can play from. For example, you can enter into, "Practice Mode" where you can improve your skills. Meanwhile, you might go into the, "Quick Play Mode" when you want to play a simple and fast match with two teams. This game has seen popularity because of the Tournament Mode. In fact, if we had to pinpoint one thing that distinguishes it from the herd, it's how this game has more than five different tournament modes to give you a rich selection of choices. Some of your possible options include:
However, you must first unlock all the modes, which believe it or not, is kind of a good feature for the game because instead of the game handing you everything, you must unlock it through progression. It adds this satisfying feeling of progression in the game as you play it. You earn coins to unlock the different modes when you play in the causal matches. Outside these things, another one of the excellent modes was the, "Challenge a Friend." This lets you compete against other players online and your friends in a game. You might also choose, "Gangs of Cricket Mode" where you have to form your own gangs to complete the various challenges. You also have, "Missions Mode" where you attempt to complete missions within the game.
Every team in World Cricket Championship 2 has been updated to the latest roster, but because the game was never licensed, unfortunately, you will have to play with spoofed names. Nevertheless, the game includes this built-in feature where you can edit the names of the players and the details of their skills so that it feels just like a real cricket game with the actual players. You can also use the coins you earn to unlock stadiums. This game is full of fun from start to finish.