Throwing three challenges per day, the IPL Cricket Fever 2013 game lets the user accomplish challenges which are basically critical situations of the cricket matches
UTV Indiagames has announced the official Indian Premier League Cricket Fever 2013 game for the Android devices. This game is based on the real world IPL Season 6 tournament and features nine participating teams.
Targeted at the Cricket loving consumers, the app is slightly different from the regular launch and get started cricket game apps. The IPL Cricket Fever 2013 throws in number of challenges at the player to earn the experience points which also brings along digital cash rewards to purchase more teams. The game is available for free download from the Google Play Store.
The IPL Cricket Fever 2013 launches to greet you with an advertisement and one has to press the "Skip Ad” to proceed. Basically the entire game is flooded with ads and there is higher chance of the user accidentally hitting the Ad banner than an action control button. The user can either connect to the game through their Facebook account or login as guest.
The game offers a number of challenges like score 8 runs in one over and so on. The game play is pretty simple with loads of options for the player to make the best. There is a Power Shot by checking the power meter for a really effective shot. There are other options which will appear greyed out and the user will have to earn more experience points to enable them. The achievements can be unlocked and shared over the Facebook.
At the most, the user gets three challenges per day and to play more, the players will have to use digital cash. This cash amount can be purchased by using actual cash, we mean your credit card over the Play Store and engage into the micro-transactions. And oh, if you manage to hit a great shot then you will be lucky enough to see cheer-leaders dancing for you.
The graphics of the game could have been much better whereas the dashboard interface has text that appears quite pixelated.
So basically the IPL game involves playing couple of challenges per day to earn digital cash and experience points. To play more, the enthusiasts will have shell out real cash from their bank accounts to enjoy couple of extra overs and shots.
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