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TableTop Cricket Trailer - Ross - 02-20-2015






RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - Ruck - 02-20-2015

Sweet....Big Grin

Love the repositioning of players... that'll keep the kids entertained between overs.


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - border - 02-20-2015

Love the 'Ben Warwick dance' at the end!


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - Ross - 02-20-2015

Yes, looks exactly like him Smile


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - DNAngel - 02-21-2015

Looks good!


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - theaxe1606 - 02-21-2015

So have the bowlers run ups been shortened or just not shown in full in the trailer? I'd prefer if they were short because in the original trailer they seemed too long.

Not long now!


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - jhack13 - 02-21-2015

Will be released later in the year on xbox one & 360, Ross?


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - Ross - 02-21-2015

(02-21-2015, 03:55 PM)jhack13 Wrote: Will be released later in the year on xbox one & 360, Ross?

Xbox One yes, Xbox 360 probably never - just can't get MS interested.

PS: To answer above, there's almost no run up at all - it's like the old ball-bearing felt top game.


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - theaxe1606 - 02-21-2015

(02-21-2015, 09:51 PM)Ross Wrote: PS: To answer above, there's almost no run up at all - it's like the old ball-bearing felt top game.

That's what I was hoping for, cheers.


RE: TableTop Cricket Trailer - jhack13 - 02-22-2015

(02-21-2015, 09:51 PM)Ross Wrote:
(02-21-2015, 03:55 PM)jhack13 Wrote: Will be released later in the year on xbox one & 360, Ross?

Xbox One yes, Xbox 360 probably never - just can't get MS interested.

PS: To answer above, there's almost no run up at all - it's like the old ball-bearing felt top game.

Thanks Ross