Best Games of 2017
Android has emerged as one of the best platforms for playing games and doing other works. So, there's no doubt all the companies want to give out their best to provide the best stuff to their users. And in this article, we will cover the best cricket games of 2018.
There are many games available on Google playstore which you can download for free. But only a few of them are worth downloading. So, we trawled through the Google Playstore to find which games are worth downloading.
1. World Cricket Championship 2
This cricket game is developed by NextWaveMultimedia and is one of the most advanced cricket game available for Android. It has some of the best features which you won't find in any cricket game. With regular updates, the developers of WCC 2 try to overcome all the bugs that the previous version have.
Being one of the most advanced Android cricket game they were the first to add Hindi commentary in a cricket game. In fact, at this moment this is the only cricket game to have both Hindi and English commentary.
2. Big Bash Cricket
After releasing the official Ashes Cricket game for consoles BigAntStudios is back with a cricket game for mobile. This time its Big Bash cricket the official game for Australia's premier domestic T20 tournament.
This cricket game licensed players, teams like its last year's version. It's free to play and its available on Android and iOS.
3. Real Cricket 16
Although, Real cricket 16 seems like a minor update to RC 14. Rather than an entirely new cricket game, this title has tons of new features and some exciting additions.
Chief Among these there is an option to insert yourself into iconic moments of cricketing history such as Jawed Miandad's last ball six against India or Sachin Tendulkar playing against India in 2003 World Cup.
The gameplay veers towards simulation but its extremely engaging even for beginners. And with fewer ads, you will see it's worth downloading.
4. Stick Cricket Super League
A twist of the long-running series Super League goes a lot deeper. Such as character customisation, team selection, and a proper tournament mode all make their way to this edition.
Despite its rudimentary gameplay, there's a steep learning curve and a sense of humor that the franchise has made its own. The high score chase can get highly addictive and keeps you playing this incredibly basic game for a lot longer than more sophisticated alternatives.