From Stick Sports Ltd:
Hit out or get out in the worlds most popular cricket game, Stick Cricket!Easy to play yet hard to master, Stick Cricket offers you the chance to:DOMINATE THE WORLDFrom minnows to modern day masters, only a Stick Cricket legend can successfully unlock and conquer all 14 countries en route to World Domination.WIN THE WORLD CUPThe most coveted silverware in cricket is up for grabs when you unlock this mode. Do you have what it takes to become a national hero?SLOG THE STARS FOR SIXPad up for your country against the greats in All Star Slog. If their reputation doesnt scare you, their fierce bouncers might!WIN THE WORLD T216 teams battle it out in Bangladesh in an exhilarating two-over tournament tussle. HUMILIATE YOUR MATESTake on your friends, via Wi-Fi or Bluetooth, in the ultimate battle for bragging rights. Pro Pack unlock required.TEST YOUR SKILLGet your eye in with a net session at the Academy, or take a skill test to improve your technique.TRACK YOUR STATSLook back at all the carnage youve caused! Just make sure your career run rate is more like Botham than Boycott.---Stick Cricket, a title of legendary status (Pocket-Lint), boasts hellishly addictive gameplay (Gizmodo) and is like seeing the world through Chris Gayles eyes (Sport Magazine). Important message: This game includes In-App Purchases.
BUG FIXES: We've boosted AB de Villiers' stats, to reflect his newfound status as the greatest real-life Stick Cricketer in the world.R.I.P. HUGHESY: We've removed the hit wicket animation. As cricket lovers, we were absolutely gutted at the tragic loss of Phil Hughes late last year. The head blow, part of Stick Cricket since its original launch more than 10 years ago, just simply wasn't funny anymore. Quite the opposite, in fact.For this summer, we've added Phil to the All Stars - replacing Punter at first drop (you may need to hit the Update Teams button on the main menu). This is, after all, a man who reached his maiden Test ton in a manner that Sticky would be proud of: a glorious six over mid-wicket.(Don't worry, we'll resume our regularly-scheduled mockery of the England cricket team in our next update notes.)