Crikey, the Ashes campaign kicks off tomorrow for Australia's Women's Cricket Team, and with a powerful activity monitoring Apple Watch app from The Australian Institute of Sport with every player, is wrist-worn hardware and software our performance-enhancing secret weapon?
Ashes Cricket will feature “full player licence, photo-real player scans, 1:1 stadium recreations, so you can play along with every ball to win the greatest trophy in cricket".
Only 2% of big business complies with software licensing leaving 98% facing huge fines when, not if, they are caught, according to US based Flexera’s Software License Optimisation division.
What better way to blast away the woes of the current Australian Ashes tour results than to relive some great Aussie cricket success from a bygone era? Well, if only that was an option with Don Bradman Cricket 14.
Here is a bag full of screenshots for the upcoming Ashes Cricket 2013 out soon. As you would expect there is plenty of white, green, red and willow palettes in use.
Working on a sports simulation game can be challenging not only from the point of view recreating the on field action, but equally in lining up authentic sponsor logos or stadium depictions. Local developer Trickstar Games is a veteran of doing great Australian pastimes in digital form, Ashes Cricket 2013 is the culmination of much sweat and passion.
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