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Although then a successful cricket player, Robin Smith licensed a management game. Playing against the computer, you can play a single match or a series of 3 or 5 one-day matches, as one of the top 7 international sides. These matches can be anywhere between 40 and 60 overs per side in length.

First you select your team off 11 based on their battling, bowling and wicket-keeping abilities. A coin toss decides who bats first, after which you choose your tactics for the upcoming over, based on weather and wicket conditions. The bowling side has 9 field layouts to choose from.

The action is represented from a top-down view of the whole field, with a running commentary as to the results of each stroke, showing what type of shot was played, who fielded the ball, and how many runs were scored.


Robin Smith's International Cricket Commodore 64 Title screen
Robin Smith's International Cricket ZX Spectrum Opposition lineup
Robin Smith's International Cricket ZX Spectrum England squad after selection
Robin Smith's International Cricket ZX Spectrum Bowling options

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Amiga Power Amiga Sep, 1991 30 out of 100 30


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