Fours And Sixes
In Fours and Sixes you practice batting for the World Cup in cricket 2007. The competition dates back to march 2007 and took place in the West Indies (Caribbean) between 16 countries. After finishing super 8 stage and qualifying for semi finals (Australia, Sri Lanka, New Zealand and South Africa), Australia won the cup by defeating Sri Lanka by 53 runs. In this game you are in a role of a batsman. Your task is to get 51 runs in 5 overs and 5 wickets, so watch the scoreboard closely. You'll see a lot of outs before you score four or six. How to play: Once the bowler delivers, you must strike the correct key (left, up or right) to choose and basically to predict the correct side at the right moment. Otherwise you miss and the batsman is out. A reminder for cricket rookies: six is scored when the ball goes over the boundary without touching the ground. Otherwise you get 4 points.
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