Cricket trivia game“You Are The Umpire” now live on the App Store


The Cricket trivia strip‘You Are The Umpire’ is now available on iPhone and iPod Touch (and coming soon to the iPad!)

The art strip, features a series of awkward Cricket umpiring decisions to challenge your knowledge of the cricket rules. This exciting new trivia game will bring the series to interactive platforms for the first time.

The game is available from iTunes at and features

    <*>Two single player game modes to test the players knowledge of the game <*>An increasing set of visual questions with testing Cricket scenarios <*>The ability to customise a strip with your own words to share with friends <*>Retina Display support <*>Game Center achievements and leaderboards

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For further information, please contact:

Simon Barratt , Four Door Lemon Ltd

Four Door Lemon Limited develops, provides and supports cutting edge game and interactive media technology services. Since formation in early 2005 this multi-platform development studio has worked on over 30 titles across all major platforms as well as providing high-quality middleware to many other projects.

Paul Trevillion is a legendary illustrator with a career as a comic/sports artist spanning 50 years. He has drawn some of sport’s biggest names including Ricky Ponting, Andrew Flintoff and WGG Grace!

John Holder is a former player and one of the world’s top umpires. In 2008 John was appointed by the ICC as their new Umpire Performance Manager for the Americas and Europe– one of five officials appointed to develop elite standard umpires worldwide.


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