Power Cricket T20 launches on Windows Phone, celebrating ICC tournament in Bangladesh

As the ICC (International Cricket Council) World Twenty20 tournament happens in Bangladesh, cricket fans across the world are celebrating the shortest, and the most exciting, form of cricket.

Clearly, it was a great time for Games2win, one of the top online gaming companies, to launch Power Cricket T20, a casual cricket game for Windows Phone devices. Power Cricket T20 allows you play against the nine cricket teams from across the world and complete your quest of winning three tournaments though the game.

Power Cricket T20

It’s not an exhaustive sports simulation game, but a casual game where all you need to do is ‘see ball, hit ball’. You control the batsman, plan shots to play with or against the spin, and choose to hit straight down the ground, or play the ball on the off side or leg side.

Each time you bat second, and chase a target score to win the match. A dynamic bowling system ensures that no two matches are alike. For power hitting, you can choose to use the Power-Shots feature. Once you run out of your quota, you can buy bundles of Power Shots as well via in-app purchases.

Power Cricket T20

Download Power Cricket T20 for free for Windows Phone 8 devices from the Windows Phone Store. It’s not a serious app, but I ended up playing for half an hour continuous after downloading it for the first time. Yes, I’m a certified cricket fan. It can become addictive, and is good fun. Give it a shot, and let us know how you like it.

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Abhishek Baxi