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Cricket Captain 2010 is the most detailed, accurate and exhilarating cricket management game available on any platform. Can you succeed at county level, while taking your favourite national side to be top of the test championship? You can also try your hand in the most competitive domestic circuit in the world in Australia.

Game Features:

The first ever cricket management game for the iPhone builds on over 10 years of refinements to the most accurate cricket simulation ever made
Captain any test-playing nation
Captain any English or Australian domestic team
3D highlights featuring full motion capture take you right to the action. Available on 3GS, 4G, iPad and 3rd/4th Gen iPod Touch
Career, current and year-by-year stats of almost every current player in the first class game from around the world.
Play the 20 over and 50 over competitions
Play test or one day series between any of the test nations
Full transfer market, including overseas and specialist 20 over players
Control every key strategic decision in the game
Use specialist coaching options to develop your team
Search and sort options help you browse stats an pick your teams
In-game tips help you master the game
Nail-biting tension against challenging AI
Game Center with ten achievements

Please follow @cricketcaptain for updates

hobbitrjw27's comments:

This actually came out a couple of days ago but because no one noticed it I thought it could use the publicity here as it is a nice game.
12-20-2010, 10:35 PM
Joined: Dec 2010
Posts: 12
maybe u should lower the price, it s quite above the average! and there so many good game at 1 dollars right now, check out all the EA game goes on sale!
just my 2 cent

12-20-2010, 10:42 PM
Joined: Apr 2009
Posts: 149
I've been playing this over the last couple of days. Big cricket fan, but have only briefly played the series on the PS, years ago.

Appears to have everything that the 2010 PC version has from what I have read, I've had no technical problems and it seems pretty comprehensive.

It's Footy Manager for cricket fans.

Very good.
12-21-2010, 06:51 PM
Joined: Oct 2009
Posts: 79
Hi, many thanks for posting this up.

We performed the porting work for this project and we're very pleased with it.

We're currently working on the first update to fix a few issues we discovered at launch and will be kicking off the marketing properly for it.

Please carry on helping us spread the word.

12-21-2010, 08:45 PM
Joined: Apr 2010
Posts: 196
I had a crash today when playing this in the middle of a 3 day friendly which was kind of frustrating.

Overall a nice game though. Quite a few game modes are offered. If you are new to this I suggest playing either a quick exhibition match or a one off series to give you a idea of how the game works
12-23-2010, 08:28 PM
This game is absolutely brilliant
12-26-2010, 01:20 PM
Joined: May 2010
Posts: 13
Yeah I've been playing this since release and it's fab. Honestly one of the best Cricket games I have ever played. With this and Big Cup Cricket you have both ends of the spectrum covered. Love the English County league with the reproduced grounds in the highlights, and the mass of information on players here is astounding. There's a sense of realism and attention to detail in the game that is rare, especially on iOS where sim-style games are obviously out-numbered.

Left a 5 star review on the AppStore, hopefully it'll show up in the New Year. Only thing I'd ask for is an auto-save function, possibly over-by-over.
12-26-2010, 04:07 PM
Joined: Mar 2009
Posts: 4,443
This looks spot on. Good luck with the release.

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12-26-2010, 05:43 PM
Joined: Nov 2009
Location: New Zealand!!
Posts: 293
So I'm assuming this is purely a management type game? Or do you actually get to play the matches?
12-26-2010, 06:32 PM
Joined: May 2010
Posts: 13
It's management only. Your interaction in-game involves things like picking the team and the batting order. Then once underway as batsmen you have the options to set aggression and whether to keep strike. As bowlers you set the length and line (to exploit the opposition batsmen weaknesses) and choose what bowlers to play. There are some pre-set fielding positions you can use too but not individual fielders.

You also have to keep an eye on weather, pitch and ball conditions and adapt accordingly. For example picking when to declare can be tricky as can whether to chase runs or play out for a draw. Honestly I think Cricket lends itself to this sort of game far better than it does an action title unless it's Big Cup Cricket which is essentially a 10 over slug-a-thon. Which is huge fun of course, but not what this particular game is about.