Nautilus Mobile’s Real Cricket 14 will release on 31st March for Android, followed by an iOS release on 20th April.
Real Cricket 14 features a unique hand-drawn 2D art style that took Nautilus artists over six months to perfect. However, despite being a mobile game with 2D visuals, it aims to deliver an accurate simulation of the gentleman’s game.
A playable demo of Real Cricket 14, featuring batting practice, is currently available for download for Android. The full game will also include tournament and challenge modes, among others.
The batting gameplay comprises of 27 different strokes divided into defensive, offensive and slog shots, and also includes unorthodox strokes commonly seen in the T20 format.
Real Cricket 14 is also scheduled for release on Blackberry, but no release date has been announced for that version.
Check out our interview with Nautilus Mobile here.
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