I tried my hand at a low-poly 3D game development with ‘Single Wicket Cricket’ game. This is not a typical Cricket where two teams play against each other. In this game you are the main player – the batsman, playing against a team.
Tap/click Bowl to start bowling action. You will be able to ‘Hit’ the ball once it is released by the bowler. You will be able take a ‘Run’ only if bat touches the bat, so there are no byes or leg-byes.
By moving different sliders you can control position, rotation of the batsman, strength and direction (up/down) of the stroke. Tap/click ‘Help’ button for more details.
The game is available to run in Web Browser or as a standalone application on Android devices.
Click here to play the browser based version of this game. Or type http://ramkulkarni.com/Games/Cricket in the address bar. Make sure to run the game in Landscape mode for the best experience.
Click here to go to Google Play listing of this app. Or search ‘Single Wicket Cricket’ in the Google Play app.