T20 World cup is just around the corner and Jump Games is all set to enthrall mobile users with its new T20 Cricket World Cup 2012 game.
Reportedly, the new game will be available for Android, Blackberry and Java based phones. Versions for iPhone and iPad will be soon released by Jump Games soon. The game puts you in the shoes of international cricket teams who will battle each other to bring home the precious ICC T2O World Cup trophy.
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Gamers will be able to play in three modes, the challenge mode, the world cup mode and the last one is the quick match mode. In order to make the games more realistic, the matches are scheduled according to ICC schedule for the world cup in Sri Lanka. Users can also participate in the Jump Games Online quiz which will give them a chance to win a ticket for watching the T20 Cricket World Cup 2012 live, right from the stadium.
Gamers will be able to choose their team from a list of 12 international teams. Users will also be able to use auto and manual modes while batting. Another notable feature of this game is thatJump Games has introduced cheerleader animations. Gamers will be able to see cheerleaders dancing to the brilliant shots and wickets they take. More importantly the touch controls for batting and bowling are simple to use. A tutorial section is also included in the game which will provide gamers with step by step instructions on how to improve their game.
The T20 Cricket World Cup 2012 game is available for purchase at 0.99$ (approximately Rs 55) for Android and Blackberry devices. Users can also download the java game from app stores of Airtel, Vodafone, Docomo and Reliance.
Another good news for gamers is that the game also comes with a built-in competition where the players get a chance to win tickets to watch the ICC World T20 live. The competition is live from September 14 to September 16. to participate follow the following steps Login on your Facebook account and like the page or participate directly in the contest from the line here.