Mac-game developer and cricket nut, Graham Randall, has released the 2001 version of Cricket.
The 2001 version has a new set of graphics and realistic features, and its launch precedes the start of the county championship on April 20.
Cricket is a Mac-only game and offers a selection of bowling sequences derived from the actions of real bowlers. Features include a complete set of international teams, a replay camera, bowling and batting averages, and team-performance statistics. A league table is also available.
A demo version is available for download. The full game costs £15, or £7.50 for an upgrade for registered users of previous versions.