Play Stick Cricket Online: Tips, Hints, Cheats, Passwords, iPhone

Updated on February 11, 2017

Stick Cricket is a fun online cricket game. If you are looking for Stick Cricket hints, tips, cheats, passwords, high scores, or just general help to play then you are in the right place. In this article we will take a look at what makes Stick Cricket so popular, look at how to play Stick Cricket, and also get some handy hints and tips on how to improve your scores.

Stick Cricket has been going on for a few years now. The game started out as a very basic concept of stick men playing cricket. Since then the game has evolved and developed better graphics, new challenges, and a whole host of excellent features have made this the best online cricket game available. Stick Cricket is one of those games that will get you hooked in minutes. Stick Cricket has also recently released an app for the iPhone, this is a great game, for more information on this check out my other Stick Cricket article.

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Stick Cricket Game

Stick Cricket online is a very simple idea.  It’s stick men playing cricket.  You are the batter and you have to smash the ball to all parts of the ground.  You are given a certain amount of overs to play and your team of stick men must hit as many runs as possible.  There are different styles of bowling ranging from fast in-swing to slow leg spin.  To hit the ball you simply press an arrow key to select your shot, then if you hit the ball you will either get 2 runs, 3 runs, 4 runs or the maximum 6 runs.  If you miss time the ball you may be caught out, or if you miss and it hit’s the stumps you are given out and the next player comes in to bat.

One very good feature of stick cricket online is the fact that all the teams are real.  So if you are playing England against Australia all the players will be given their proper names and characteristics.  The players are even made to look a little bit like their real life counterparts.  Another good features is that the game is constantly updating, this means that the players are constantly changing to match what is happening in the actual teams in real life.

Different Stick Cricket Games

Stick cricket online has many different forms of the game you can play. The simple one is the All Star Slog. This is just trying to hit as many runs as you can in the overs provided. You can play 5 overs, 10, 20 or 50. If you register for the game your score will be saved and placed on the high scores leader board. This way you can compare your scores with other players from around the world.

Another popular form of stick cricket is World Domination. In world domination you select your team and then have to play all the different one day teams. You start out with Bermuda who are quite easy to beat as they don’t score many runs. Then you work your way through 16 teams until you finally play South Africa who are the most difficult team in World Domination. For each level you pass you are given a password, so this means you can come back to the game and enter your passwords to resume where you left off in world dom.

One version of stick cricket that has become very popular is the leagues. You can set up your own league or join someone else’s. This is good as it means you can compete against your friends and see who is the best player. There is also a two player form of the game where one of you bowls and the other one bats. This is good fun as it can get very competitive. There are lots of other forms of stick cricket that you can play which are great fun such as stick cricket t20, super 8 or t2.

Tips, Cheats, Passwords

The best tips or hints I can give you for stick cricket is to play in the academy. This is a practice form of the game where you can bat against bowlers of your choice. So if you are struggling against spin you can practice this form of the game. There is an indicator which tells you if you are hitting the ball to early or to late. This is a very handy tool as it gets you used to all the different bowling methods and teaches you how to time your shots.

Another tip is to watch the line of the ball. When facing in-swing or out-swing it is very tough to react in time, so follow the line of the ball and play a shot based on that. You don’t really need to bother with the straight drive as pressing the right or left arrow is just as effective. This makes the game easier as you only have to concentrate on two shots rather than three. You should never be trying to leave the ball as this is just a waste of a scoring chance.

Some of the high scores on stick cricket are amazing. They are constantly changing but it is easy to log on to the site and check what exactly you have to compete with. There are a few cheats available for stick cricket and of course there are also the passwords for world domination. If you want to check a few of these out you can find more information on them from here.

Stick cricket really is a wonderful online cricket game. There are so many different challenges to enjoy and games to play. If you follow some of these tips and hints you will be slogging sixes in no time!

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        Austin123 

        6 years ago

        You have to go onto classic if you want to click on the commentators nose to unlock the hidden teams

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