Cricket Games » Super Sixers 2






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Super Sixers 2: Time to get set and make your team win! Another cricket game is to be enjoyed here and before you tackle down the tournament, you can first play a practice match!

In this timing based game with a little requirement for correct positioning, you will be playing as the batsman and you see the game from a third person perspective, behind your player. You position him in the field by using the arrow keys and you should consider putting him near the dark box in the ground, which is where the ball is most likely to get thrown too.

Once you have chosen the best position, press spacebar to lock him in place and the enemy player will then proceed to throw the ball. Here enters the timing part of the game, you should wait for the ball to come near to you first, then strike away!

It is recommended to let the ball bounce off the ground first before swinging, and of course striking at just the right moment can give you a super six, which will make your team win! You only have a limited amount of balls so with them, you should really aim for good swings.

This cricket game is pure batsman power and you will need it to get your team to the top in the ranking. Now go on and see if you can hit that red leather ball for a six.

Technique is key for hitting a six in the game of cricket. Hitting a six in cricket is when the batsman stikes the ball with his bat and the ball does not touch the ground until it has gone past the boundry rope. If it does then only a four will be scored.

Scoring a six will always get the crowd excited and it gives the crowd a chance to be in the action by trying to catch the ball. Some formats of the game also pay a bonus if you hit a six.

Controls:

Arrow keys to position the batsman.

Spacebar when ready and spacebar again to strike the ball.

Time your shot for a super six!

Player: You are player number 265099

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