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  1. #1
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    Jul 2002

    Need help with Cricket 2002

    Guys I dunno if this is a dumb question but is it possible to play shots in cricket 2002 that don't make me advance down the wicket? I mean shots from the crease? I can only block and advance! hellllllllllpppppppppppppppppppppppp

    thanx in advance for any help!


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    Feb 2002
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    You must be pushing the wrong button to play your shots.

    The way it goes is thus; you have four buttons to select the type of shot and they are loosely like this:

    Button 1: Front-foot shot
    Button 2: Back-foot shot
    Button 3: Advance down the wicket shot
    Button 4: Defensive shot.

    The deal is, first you see where the ball is going to pitch and decide where you want to hit the ball and what type of shot you want to play. Then you push the directional buttons in the direction of the shot you wish to play and when the ball is bowled and you think the timing is right, push whicch ever or button 1, 2, 3 or 4 you think is appropriate.

    For example, to do a back-foot glide down to the third-man, you'd hold the directional button in the direction of third-man and when the ball is bowled, push the back-foot shot button. For a stright drive, you'd push the directional in the direction of the stright drive (straight down the screen) and push the front-foot button when the ball is bowled and you want to time it right.

    There is also another button to do a power-shot. All you have to do when you want to go for a power-shot is to use the other buttons as normal but hold down the power button at the same time.

    And that's all there is to it!

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