Super International Cricket FAQ
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Super International Cricket FAQ

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SUPER INTERNATIONAL CRICKET: SNES

BY: Wayalla (Aaron Baker) Wayalla1(at)yahoo.com.au


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[01] INTRODUCTION
    I: Super Nintendo Introduction
   II: Super Internation Cricker Introduction
  III: Cricket Introduction
   IV: FAQ/Guide Introduction
[02] CONTROLS
    I: Playing Shots
   II: Running Between Wickets
  III: Bowling the Ball
   IV: Fielding the Ball
    V: If you Have the Ball (Fielder)
[03] GAME MODES
    I: Fast Match
   II: One Day Match
  III: Test Match
   IV: World Series
[04] OPTIONS
    I: Difficulty
   II: Fielding Cross
  III: Computer Selection
   IV: Statistic Bars
    V: Music
   VI: Sound Mode
[05] BATTING/RUNNING TIPS
    I: Playing the Shots
   II: What Shots to Play
  III: Easy Runs
   IV: View Field
    V: Be Creative
   VI: Team Select
  VII: Diving
[06] BOWLING/FIELDING TIPS
    I: Where to Bowl
   II: Spinning the Ball
  III: Change the Field
   IV: Place Ball to Field
    V: My Favourite Field
   VI: Fast Throw
  VII: Shout For Leg Before Wicket
[07] CRICKET RULES
    I: Caught
   II: Bowled
  III: Run Out
   IV: Stumped
    V: Leg Before Wicket
   VI: Other ones
  VII: Scoring
 VIII: Extras
[08] MISCELLANEOUS STUFF
    I: Crowd Reactions
   II: Frequently Asked Questions
  III: My Review
[09] ENDING
    I: Versions
   II: Copyright
   II: Contributions
   IV: Thanks
    V: Emailing the author
   VI: About the Author

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                     1: INTRODUCTION
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INTRODUCTION
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Here I will just describe differnt introductions, one to do with the 
SNES, one to do with Cricket, one to do with this game, and another one 
to do with this guide I made.

                    SUPER NINTENDO INTRODUCTION
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    > My very first console. I got this console way back in about 1997,
    before I even knew about gamefaqs. The last few days, I have
    replayed this console to play this game, even though I have a 
    Playstation 1 and also a playstation 2 and a computer. I never sold
    this when I bought my Playstation, suprisingly.

                 SUPER INTERNATIONAL CRICKET INTRODUCTION
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    > This is seriously one of my favourite Super Nintendo games. The
    main reason is because this game is fun, and easy. It may not be 
    the top of my games, but still in the top 5. This has the best 
    replay value I have seen in a game, and I absolutely love this 
    game, especially when I can score 1,00 in one innings.

                  CRICKET INTRODUCTION
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    > Cricket, one of my favourtie sports in the world. It is 
    entertaining to watch, and suprisingly easy to play. I play this 
    game very often, as I find it fun. I sometimes play for teams in 
    the summer (In Australia) when there are teams, and I'm good at it 
    too.

                    FAQ/GUIDE INTRODUCTION
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    > Ah yes, this guide. It is about my 16th guide for gamefaqs. I
    would have made a guide back in 2000 when I had my computer and got 
    a friend to post it, but I didn't have the internet, nor did I know 
    about GameFAQs.

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                          2: CONTROLS
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CONTROLS
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Being the super nintendo and all, the controls for this game are really 
simple. The Super Nintendo doesn't have as many button as say the 
Playstation 1 & 2. Here are the controls for this game:

                            SHOTS
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    WHAT DOES THE B BUTTON DO?
    > Straight down the ground shot or if you are to the right of the
    pitch of the ball (Right hander) you will play a fine shot by the
    wicket keeper.      

    WHAT DOES THE A BUTTON DO?
    > The A button does a variety shots, but no matter if you are left
    or right handed, the A button will play a shot out to the right of
    screen.      

    WHAT DOES THE Y BUTTON DO?
    > The Y button, n matter if it is a right hander or a left hander,
    this button will hit a shot to the left of screen, so a cut shot 
    for a right hander, or a sweep or leg side shot for a left hander.    

    WHAT DOES THE X BUTTON DO?
    > The X button will just tap the ball, yep, just a normal tap. I
    don't know why you would want to use this though, but still.     

                       RUNNING
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    HOW DO I RUN?
    > In most of the cricket games I have come across, usually it isn't
    these buttons to run. Anyway, if you want to run, press the down
    button to run, and then press the up button to run back. On your
    radar in the top left hand corner, you will see two dots, the one
    with the right is the one you are controlling, so if he is at the 
    bottom crease, press up to get him to the strikers crease.     

    HOW DO I RETURN TO MY CREASE IF RUNNING?
    > If you are half way down the crease and decide to run back, look 
    on the radar and see the white dot. Use the controls to get that
    guy back to the crease by pressing thw appropriate button. For
    example, if you want the batter to run back to the top crease, then
    press the up button to run back.     

    CAN I DIVE?
    > Yes you can. This time the controls have nothing to do with the 
    white dot. If you want the player running to the batters crease to
    dive, then press the X button. If you want the player running to 
    the bowlers crease to dive, then press the B button.

                         BOWLING THE BALL
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    HOW DO I BOWL AND SPIN?
    > Each button does a different spinner or swing bowl. Pressing the
    Y button with a spinner will spin the ball to the right, and 
    pressing the A button will spin the ball to the left.

                         FIELDING THE BALL
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    > Use the directional pad to move the currently selected fielder to
    the ball. FOr example, press left to move the fielder left, press 
    right to move the fielder right, I think you get it know. 

    > These controls for fielding are easily. If you want to throw the
    ball to the keeper, press the top button of the right controls, 
    which is the X button. If you want to throw the ball to the bowler, 
    press the bottom button of the right controls, which is the B 
    button. Easy.

    > Suprisingly you can shout to prove you think someone is out. If
    you think something like LBW is out, as a fielder, press the green
    button (Y) and all the fielders will shout to think it is out. The
    umpire will then decide weather it is out or not.

    > You can dive to get the ball if you want to. This can help save a 
    boundry and afew runs. Press either the X button or the B button to
    dive and get the ball in your hands.

                    IF YOU HAVE THE BALL (FIELDER)
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    > If you press the X button, you can throw the ball to the wicket
    keeper. If you want to throw to the ball to the bowler, then press 
    the B button and the fielder will throw it to him.

    > If you are the keeper near the wickets, or just a fielder next to
    the wickets, then you can knock them down. If you are close to the
    wickets at the bowler end, then press the X button to snap the 
    wickets down, or you can press the B button. If you want to snap 
    down the wickets at the other end, then press either the B button
    when you are next to them, or the A button.
                
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                        3: GAME MODES
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GAME MODES
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Here I list all the modes of play you can do. All these modes can be 
found on the main game menu that comes up as soon as you play. 

                     FAST MATCH
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    > Select this and you will be taken into a quick match. You can 
    only select the amount of overs and player, thats it! Nothing else,
    no team or anything. This just takes you straight into the action, 
    which we all want.

                      ONE DAY MATCH
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    > A one day match is just a match with 1 innings. You can actaully
    select your team that play in it as well as your opponent's team. 
    You can also change your line up and all that crap.

                        TEST MATCH
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    > Test match consists of 2 innings and all teams wear white. You
    can choose your team, and view the coin toss and edit your team and
    all that sort of stuff. 2 innings is too long for me, and I will 
    stick with just 1.

                      WORLD SERIES
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    > Okay, the biggest mode of the game. This lets you take part in
    the world series using a team. You can choose how many teams play 
    in this competition. It is knockout, and I personally can't see me 
    sitting there doing this for over 4 hours.

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OPTIONS
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Here you can change the game variables. On the first screen you come to, 
select the title called options. Here you can change a whole field of 
things.

                  GAME DIFFICULTY
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    > Select either: Easy, Medium or Hard. If you are playing vs your 
    friend, put it on Normal, it makes it better. If you are a new to 
    this game, you might want to start off by just going to easy. If 
    you have a tad bit of expirience, then go to Normal. If you think 
    you are a expert and a vet at this game, select hard.

                  FIELDING CROSS
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    > First of all, the fielding cross is that cross (duh) that tells 
    you where the ball is going to land on the ground. Sometimes it not 
    even right, but you can make the game harder and turn it off and 
    you will not know where the ball is going to land, you will have to 
    just judge by the shadow. It makes no difference to the computer.

                  COMPUTER SELECTION
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    > Well, the only thing I can see that this does is it automatically 
    selects your team. It must select your top 11 players or something, 
    but it doesn't go to done. You can alter the team around a bit. I 
    personally have it off as I select my own team members.

                   STATISTIC BARS
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    > I think you know what these are. If you don't, when you select 
    your team, you can view there stats. If you have this on, then you
    will just see bars. If you have this off, you will get a number 
    average. Select which one you want.

                     MUSIC
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    > Music, come on, you know what this is. It is the background noise 
    when you play. I say put this on, otherwise the game will be very 
    very dull without that noise. But, choose for yourself.

                     SOUND MODE
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    > Here, you can choose from Stereo or Mono. I have no idea what it 
    means by those two, and frankly I don't even care what it means. I 
    just have it on Stereo, and I don't plan to change it.

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                    5: BATTING AND RUNNING TIPS
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BATTING AND RUNNING TIPS
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Here, I list some tips that will help you get some good runs, and keep 
your wickets to minimum. Please read, because this is probably the bulk 
of the FAQ, since you can't have a walkthrough for this game.

                    PLAY THE RIGHT SHOTS
    ===================================================================
    > Play the right shots for the right ball. For example, never try
    playing something like a left side shot on a yorker, it is too 
    risky and you will probably be out wither bowled or just out leg 
    before wicket.

                      WHAT SHOTS TO PLAY?
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    > What shots to play, you might say. Always play the rigt shot for
    the rigt ball. Seriously, it is hard to get out bowled in this 
    game. Experiment with new shots that you haven't done before and 
    mix them all the around. It's no fun just doing the same shots all
    around.

                         EASY RUNS
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    > The best place I hit the ball to get 4s and sixes are straight 
    down the ground. Do this by pressing the B button and then the two
    power buttons, which are L and R at the top of the control. Just 
    watch out for the bowler sometimes, he can be sneaky.

                       VIEW THE FIELD
    ===================================================================
    > Sometimes the computer can be sneaky and change the field around
    without you knowing. Sometimes this can lead to you doing a shot in 
    the air where you think there is no fielder, but then you get 
    caught out. It pays to loo at the field arragements by pressing 
    start and selecting it once in awhile.

                        BE CREATIVE
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    > The word says it all. What I mean is take risks when you can. If
    you are 5/20, don't take too many risks, just place the ball around
    the place, but when you are something like 2/37462749463, then you
    can experiment with new shots, and start being tricky, like running 
    when the ball goes through to the wicket keeper.

                    TEAM SELECT
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    > The best team to play according to this game is West Indies. They  
    have great batters and great bowlers that are fast and can also hit
    the ball. There worst few teams are (According to this game) 
    Australia and Pakistan.

                     DIVING
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    > Big risks can be taken, like challenging throws back. But you
    might sometimes no make it all the way back to the crease in time, 
    but you can dive to get back in. If you want the bottom player to
    dive, press B. If you want the top player to dive, press X. This is
    very useful and will save you afew wickets. The guy can dive nearly 
    1/4 of the pitch!

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                   6: BOWLING/FIELDING TIPS
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BOWLING/FIELDING TIPS
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Here is where I list some batting and fielding tips that will help you 
on your quest to getting the computer out and winning the game.

                       WHERE TO BOWL
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    Always try and bowl on the left side if you are bowling to a left
    hander. Wides are less likely to be called down here, and you can 
    get the batter to play the ball here as well, sometimes getting him 
    to play a shot in the air.

                      SPIINNING THE BALL
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    You do not need to do this, seriously, it does jack shit. It may
    spin the ball, but you can't trick the batter or anything like 
    that, so there is no need at all to do this. You can act like shane 
    warne and do some spinners, but it makes no difference.

                  CHANGE THE FIELD
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    You can change the field you know? To change the field, bring up
    the menu by pressing the select button. Then go down to change
    field. You can select where you want to place fielders by going to
    custom, or you can choose on of the default settings like Agressive
    and the others like that.

                   PLACE BALL TO THE FIELD
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    Bowl the balls to your field, for example, don't bowl a ball on the
    right side of the pitch if there is no one or little fielders on 
    that side. If you have alot of fielders on the left side, then try 
    to make the batters hit there.

                         MY FAVOURITE FIELD       
    ===================================================================
    Somehow, this always works for me, I don't know about you, but this
    is my favourite field to use. I always cram the left hand side with
    fielders (For a right hander) and only put 1 fielder on the right 
    side, usually at silly point, right in front of the batter. Then
    put most of the other fielders in close or close enough. Then bowl
    on that side and get the batter to play that wierd cut shot and 
    they will most likely to be caught out.

                         FAST THROW
    ===================================================================
    Usually when you throw the ball, it makes it to the wicket
    keeper/bowler, but very slowly. There is a way you can get the ball
    to the keeper/bowler faster. To do this, press L + X/B and it will
    throw it faster, but to the top of the wickets.

                     SHOUT FOR L.B.W
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    You need to shout for Leg Before Wicket for it to be given. The
    umpire will take no notice of it if you do not shout for it being 
    out. If you think it may be close, or out, then press Y and the 
    players will all scream from it, then let the umpire decide.

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                   7: CRICKET RULES
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WICKETS
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This section describes the ways to get out in S.I.C

                     CAUGHT
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    The most common wicket in all of cricket, and probably the most                          
    common way anyone gets out in this game. This happens when the 
    player hits the ball up in the air, and the fielder/bowler/wicket  
    keeper catches the ball on the full in their hands.

                        BOWLED
    ===================================================================
    Thats what those stumps are mainly for. Would would cricket be   
    without stumps. Bowled is when the ball hits the stumps off a bowl. 
    For example, the bowler comes in, the batter missed the ball and it 
    hits the wickets, even if the ball nips back of the players bat. 
    Once the ball has been touched by a fielder, it can not be bowled 
    now.

                      RUN OUT
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    As you probably know, you have to run in this game. If you run, and  
    you don't make it back to the crease before the stumps are knocked 
    down and the bails fall off, you are out. Your bat or some part of 
    your body has to be grounded.

                      STUMPED
    ===================================================================
    Ever had that urge that you wanted to charge a Spin Bowler down the 
    pitch and whack them for six? Well, lets say you do that, but take 
    away the six part and replace it with miss the ball completely. If 
    you are out of your crease from charging and the wicket keeper hits 
    over the stumps, then you are stumped.

                  LEG BEFORE WICKET
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    Most commonly called LBW (But you can call it what you want), this 
    happens when you are in front of the stumps and miss the ball and 
    it hits you on the leg (or other parts in some different occasions) 
    and it is going on to hit the stumps. This can be hard for the 
    umpires to make decisions on, because of sing, ptich, how far down 
    crease batter is. If the player crouches down and hits them in the 
    shoulder and is going to go on and hit the wockets, it may be given 
    out. 

    OTHER ONES
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    Here are afew more "non-common" ones, in real cricket only:

    Hit Wicket: This happens when you accidently step back on your
    wickets, the bat hits the wickets (With the exclusion of running
    between wickets), the bails have to come off though and it doesn't
    matter what part hits it.

    Obsurcing the Field: Happens when the player purposely knocks the
    ball away from the feilder, and things like that.

    Meh, I realy can't think of anymore. There is one called Time out
    or something which means the batter hasn't got to the crease in a 
    certain time limit.

    SCORING
    ===================================================================
    Hit the ball and run to the other crease: 1 run
    Hit the ball, run to crease, and run back: 2 runs
    Hit the ball, run, come back, run again: 3 runs etc.

    Hit the ball to the boundry with bounces: 4 runs
    Hit the ball over the boundry: 6 runs

    Player bowls a No-ball: 1 run
    Player bowls a Wide: 1 run
    Leg by's and by's: How ever many player runs

EXTRAS
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Extras happen when the bowler namely does something worng. The first two 
are, but the second two maybe are not the bowlers fault, it really 
depends.

    NO BALL I
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    Number 1, No ball happens when the bowler steps his whole foot over  
    the closest bowling line to the batsman, the whole foot has to be 
    over for a no ball to be called. Sliding is ok.

    NO BALL II
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    No ball 2 happens when the bowler bowls the ball, and it goes over 
    the players head/shoulder. If the ball is a full toss, then it can 
    be over the wate and it will be a no-ball. If the ball is a 
    bouncer, then it has to be over the shoulder, or head. Bouncers are 
    only allowed one per over for no extra.

    WIDE
    ===================================================================
    Wide, really speaks for itself. Come on, if you don't know what the 
    word wide means, then frankly, your dumb. If the bowler bowls the 
    ball and it goes to wide to hit, or down the leg side in one day 
    matches, it is considered a wide.

    LEG BYE
    ===================================================================
    This one is really simple. Lets just say you miss a shot, and then 
    the ball hits you on the leg, pad and you run because you can fit a 
    single or whatever in. The runs you made are classed as Leg Bye's 
    and don't count to the player's score.

    BYE
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    This one is really simple as well. It usually happens against a 
    spinner. If you miss the ball and the keeper misses it as well, and 
    it goes to the boundry or you run, those are classed as byes.
    

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                 8: MISCELLANEOUS STUFF
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CROWD REACTIONS
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Sometimes when you hit a four or a 6 or get a wicket, then the crowd 
react with signs and things like that. SOme signs say howzat, or other 
scenes show things like people waving their hands in the air. If you hit 
a four or a six, sometimes it shows the ball hitting a seagul.

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS
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Q: WHEN WAS THIS GAME RELEASED?

A: I think it was in about 1995, but I'm not sure.
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Q: HOW DO I SAVE THE GAME?

A: You can't, play through it

REVIEW
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GRPAHICS:
The graphics in this game are good for the Super Nintendo. Sure, they 
can be alot better for the system, but they are still good enough to be 
classed good by me. There is a crowd that are detailed, and also the 
fielders have different feature and look detailed. I would rate the 
graphics for this about a 7/10. Because it is only a cricket game, there 
isn't much you can comment about the grpahics because all there is is 
the fielders and the oval, so my score is a very rough score.

GAMEPLAY:
Great, just great. First of all, the controls are so easy to learn. You 
can learn these in a snap and you will be a cricketer great on this in 
no time at all. The game is very fun to play, and you can become a 
master at it very easily, because it is that easy. You can dive and all 
that, and it gives it the realness of cricket. I will give the Gameplay 
of Super International Cricket a 9/10.

SOUNDS:
Okay as well. Players shout to give it the real feel of cricket, and 
also the crowd respond to what happening, for example, if yopu hit a 
six, the camera will show the crowd waving there arms and if a wicket 
falls, howxat sign will come up with the crowd being noisy. The umpire 
acts real as well, and calls wides, leg byes and no balls and all that 
sort of stuff. I rate the the sounds on this game a 9/10. There not the 
best, but the crowd and all make it feel very real.

EXTRAS:
There are 5 game modes to play, which include a Fast Match, One Day 
International, Test match and lucky last, A World Series. Overs and 
teams can be selected and you can take out players who you don't want in 
your team and replase them with other team members who you like or are 
better than that last person. You can play 2 innings in the test 
matches, but since you can't save, so then it gets very boring.

LIFESPAN:
This is the only game I play on my Super Nintendo now. It's the only one 
worth playing, and this is just a great game to play. This is my 
favourite cricket game on the Super Nintendo, and they should of made 
something like this with better graphics, but the same stupid computer 
AI on the playstation or a better system.

GRAPHICS:    7
GAMEPLAY:    9
SOUNDS:      9
EXTRAS:      8
LIFESPAN:    9

OVERALL: 9 / 10


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                    9: ENDING
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Ending 
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This section describes just the caopyright stuff and all that, as well 
as submissions. The format of this part will be different to the rest of 
the guide.

Versions
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VERSION 1.0:
First release to GameFAQs

Copyright
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If your saying, "You didn't pay for the copyright, that means that you 
can't copyright it" Then you obviously don't understand the copyright 
rules then do you?         
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This Document Copyright Wayalla, (c) 2003.

It may be used for Personal and private use only, and can't be put in a 
magazine, put on a site that you need to pay money to acces this FAQ or 
just generally sold. This guide is sole property of Aaron Baker. Only 
authorized websites can have this FAQ, but must not alter the copyright 
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taking time out of my busy life to write this, so be thankful that I am 
helping you. Do not rip off this guide in Part or Whole, that is illegal 
and the appropriate steps will be taken if nessecary. I didn't wirte 
this guide so that someone could just come and rip it off. This guide 
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The author of this document can be contacted via e-mail, which is: 
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question is answered in the guide, the title doens't include the games 
title or something like that, and also no spam and stupid e-mails. You 
are allowed to download this file onto your hard drive, thats the whole 
point of the FAQ really, to print it because I doubt many people have 
the console and computer in the same room and no one will want to stay 
at the computer playing the game. 

Contributors
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None yet. This list will grow when I get contributions and hate mail in 
my e-mail inbox

Thanks
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Inferno          -     Me and Inferno were going to write a Grand theft
                       Auto 3 guide, but then it didn't work out. I 
                       done all the work, and it was taken down. Sorry 
                       about that Inferno.

FCB              -     The FAQ Contributors board here at gamefaqs, 
                       great advise and tips and stuff on FAQ making. 

E-mailing the Author
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Usually I would list the dos and donts and e-mailing me, but I wont get 
any e-mails so it wont matter about this. If you really want to contact 
me, then my e-mail is: Wayalla1 at yahoo.com.au

About the Author
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My name is Aaron Baker, I reside in Adeladie, South Australia, 
Australia. My hobbies include Writing Guides, Playing Sports, Video 
games and more.

Document (c) 2003 Aaron Baker

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Contributed ReviewsPlayStationArmy Men 3D 
 one ofthe best Amry Men games 
8/10Army Men: Sarge's Heroes 
t good as the others 
6/10Army Men: World War 
 poor game, just like the whole army men 
series. 6/10Ducati World Racing 
Challenge  word has to get out 
8/10FIFA '99 
One of the best football games on 
playstation 9/10Fighting Force 2 
A reasonably good fighting game that 
could of been better 7/10This is 
Football You will love this one 
10/10WarGames: DefCon 1 
A must game for...... anyone 
9/10
Contributed CodesPlayStationDucati World Racing Challenge 
Fogarty's bikeDucati World Racing 
Challenge All LicencesDucati World Racing 
Challenge Todd Mcartor's bike
Contribution SummaryFAQs/Guides Contributed:18 (1517KB)Reviews 
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