I thought this article was extremely informative and interesting.
Designers of popular game Stick Cricket change game to honour the late Phillip Hughes | News.com.au
In particular ""In the old days, when the stick batsman missed a bouncer, he collapsed in an unconscious bedraggled heap on his stumps and was out bowled.
It was all rather amusing and ironically, the game’s designers were working on a way to make it even more graphic.
Then the Phillip Hughes tragedy happened.
“We felt that the landscape had changed,” Rowe says. “It was there for comedic value, and when we first made Stick Cricket, no one had ever died from a head blow in professional cricket, so we felt justified to add the comedy."
I played Stick Cricket many times and I will admit that went I missed a bouncer and was floored I did find it mildly amusing it's incredible though to think that now mortality has crept into the game even nuances like this on Stick Cricket have been adjusted.
The landscape in World Cricket has really changed with the events of late November, this move only further emphasises that.