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    RSC Test Cricket browser-based game

    RSC Test Cricket is a brand new homegrown browser-based Test cricket simulation game. The game contains over 2000 statistic-based representions of Test players from the eight major cricketing countries from 1877-2009 - literally every Test cricketer of all time! You can recreate any classic Test of the past or match up squads from different eras. You select your players, decide on a batting order and choose the bowlers. Batsman and bowlers perform true to their averages and economy. Bowlers are also divided by style and rated for endurance allowing for strategy decisions based on game, wicket and ball conditions. Decide whether to play conservatively or aggressively. Ball-by-ball commentary is provided with a growing database of results. An easy to print scorecard is produced at the end of each test and comprehensive statistics are kept for all tests played.

    There is no registration or download necessary. The game is strictly browser-based and free to play at RSC TEST CRICKET

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    Good game but some mistakes like this :

    23.4 Owais Shah (24) WICKET!
    OUT, edged and taken! Kallis removes Yuvraj, chasing a drive outside off stump and Kallis at second slip makes no mistake with his buckets

    Shah c.Kallis@Slips b.Kallis and Yuvraj???
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    Interesting.

    Couldn't take a wicket with England 89, which sounds about right.

    Also, spin/pace commentary seems off. You get floated balls by pacers and reversing balls from spinners.
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    Andrew Strauss 6
    2.2 Steve Harmison to Andrew Strauss, SIX, SIX Strauss gets on his knee and slog sweeps it over deep midwicket.

    8.2 Alastair Cook (22) WICKET!
    OUT, Harmison strikes! Cook goes opting to pad away a delivery tossed up full just outside off stump, he doesn't get a massive stride forward and the ball turns back to hit him, Harmison asks the question very confidently and the umpire agrees

    Clearly it thinks Big Steve has had a huge attack of CBA on the first morning as opposed to the typical second afternoon... it has also recorded the wicket as a "bowled" and then placed a maiden in Harmison's analysis. He went from 3-0-10-0 to 3-1-10-1 to 4-1-16-1.

    27.1 Ian Bell (50) WICKET!
    OUT, well held, Jones! Belly falls close before stumps, chipping a generously tossed up delivery back towards Jones's left and he dives to take a very good catch, ending Belly's innings

    27.1 overs is nowhere near stumps, and also recorded as b SP Jones who is bowling spin, again (so is Gilo). Bell pissing away a start is good.

    I don't have the inclination to test anymore, but there's a lot to go on above - nice idea, though. Suggest a "whole match sim" button will help testers.
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    Quote Originally Posted by kingkallis View Post
    Good game but some mistakes like this :

    23.4 Owais Shah (24) WICKET!
    OUT, edged and taken! Kallis removes Yuvraj, chasing a drive outside off stump and Kallis at second slip makes no mistake with his buckets

    Shah c.Kallis@Slips b.Kallis and Yuvraj???
    Thanks! I'll fix that up. All the commentary is hand-edited and I have a few mistakes to clean up. I'm still working on the formatting so if you see some odd stuff, it's because I'm tweaking it.

    I really appreciate you guys checking out the game!

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    OUT, silly shot and thats the end of Cook! A needless shot, chasing one pitched up rather wide and gently starting to shape away, he's nowhere near the pitch and swings a thick outside edge through to the keeper and Vaas is red-faced in celebration

    Realistic

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    why it bats like 20-20 when its test cricket.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Xuhaib View Post
    why it bats like 20-20 when its test cricket.
    Was on about the way Cook got out itbt.

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    Currently on strike rates of 20. Certainly possible to go slow.

    Find it a bit strange that all bowlers are suddenly rejuvenated at the change of innings, though.

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    Tailend spunk.

    Also, e e hemmings.

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    1989 England v 1973 India
    Draw 	Test no. 151
    Played at Green Park Stadium Kanpur, Uttar Pradesh on 29 August 2009
    India 1st Innings 	R 	B 	4s 	6s 	SR
    SM Gavaskar 	b EE Hemmings 	136 	306 	20 	2 	44.44
    CPS Chauhan 	b EE Hemmings 	80 	119 	16 	0 	67.23
    GR Viswanath 	b EE Hemmings 	0 	6 	0 	0 	0.00
    M Amarnath 	b Phil DeFreitas 	87 	175 	10 	3 	49.71
    Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi 	b EE Hemmings 	13 	10 	3 	0 	130.00
    Farokh Engineer 	b EE Hemmings 	56 	112 	5 	3 	50.00
    Ajit Wadekar 	b Graham Dilley 	104 	168 	12 	4 	61.90
    Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	b Graham Dilley 	12 	15 	2 	0 	80.00
    Erapalli Prasanna 	b Graham Dilley 	6 	6 	0 	1 	100.00
    Bishan Bedi 	b EE Hemmings 	78 	85 	4 	6 	91.76
    BS Chandrasekhar 	not out 	13 	13 	1 	1 	100.00
    Extras: (b 3, lb 9, w 0, nb 7) 	19 	
    Total 	604 	
    Fall of Wickets: 1-162 (CPS Chauhan), 2-162 (GR Viswanath), 3-309 (M Amarnath), 4-321 (SM Gavaskar), 5-328 (Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi), 6-451 (Farokh Engineer), 7-469 (Srinivas Venkataraghavan), 8-479 (Erapalli Prasanna), 9-575 (Ajit Wadekar), 10-604 (Bishan Bedi)
    Bowling 	O 	M 	R 	W 	Econ
    EE Hemmings 	43 	13 	127 	6 	2.95
    Ian Botham 	31 	4 	96 	0 	3.10
    Phil DeFreitas 	29 	3 	106 	1 	3.66
    Angus Fraser 	29 	8 	86 	0 	2.97
    Graham Dilley 	28 	6 	141 	3 	5.04
    Graham Gooch 	6 	1 	14 	0 	2.33
    David Gower 	3 	1 	2 	0 	0.67
    Mike Atherton 	3 	0 	20 	0 	6.67
    England 1st Innings 	R 	B 	4s 	6s 	SR
    Graham Gooch 	b M Amarnath 	12 	5 	0 	2 	240.00
    Mike Atherton 	b Bishan Bedi 	17 	32 	1 	1 	53.13
    David Gower 	b Erapalli Prasanna 	76 	117 	13 	1 	64.96
    BC Broad 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	36 	88 	6 	0 	40.91
    Mike Gatting 	b Bishan Bedi 	20 	35 	3 	0 	57.14
    Ian Botham 	b Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	0 	14 	0 	0 	0.00
    Jack Russell 	b Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	0 	0 	0 	0 	0.00
    EE Hemmings 	b Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	12 	33 	2 	0 	36.36
    Phil DeFreitas 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	69 	220 	10 	1 	31.36
    Graham Dilley 	b Erapalli Prasanna 	5 	23 	1 	0 	21.74
    Angus Fraser 	not out 	66 	154 	10 	1 	42.86
    Extras: (b 14, lb 17, w 0, nb 6) 	37 	
    Total 	350 	
    Fall of Wickets: 1-12 (Graham Gooch), 2-63 (Mike Atherton), 3-144 (BC Broad), 4-152 (David Gower), 5-163 (Ian Botham), 6-163 (Jack Russell), 7-176 (Mike Gatting), 8-186 (EE Hemmings), 9-211 (Graham Dilley), 10-350 (Phil DeFreitas)
    Bowling 	O 	M 	R 	W 	Econ
    Bishan Bedi 	30 	11 	57 	2 	1.90
    Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	28 	9 	57 	3 	2.04
    Erapalli Prasanna 	26 	11 	49 	2 	1.88
    BS Chandrasekhar 	25 	4 	76 	2 	3.04
    M Amarnath 	8 	3 	36 	1 	4.50
    SM Gavaskar 	3 	0 	25 	0 	8.33
    CPS Chauhan 	3 	0 	19 	0 	6.33
    
    England 2nd Innings 	R 	B 	4s 	6s 	SR
    Mike Atherton 	b Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	19 	26 	3 	0 	73.08
    David Gower 	b Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	27 	25 	4 	1 	108.00
    Graham Gooch 	b Erapalli Prasanna 	118 	349 	19 	0 	33.81
    Mike Gatting 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	48 	108 	7 	1 	44.44
    BC Broad 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	8 	5 	2 	0 	160.00
    Ian Botham 	b Bishan Bedi 	6 	27 	1 	0 	22.22
    Jack Russell 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	17 	32 	4 	0 	53.13
    EE Hemmings 	not out 	106 	168 	20 	0 	63.10
    Phil DeFreitas 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	12 	17 	2 	0 	70.59
    Graham Dilley 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	1 	3 	0 	0 	33.33
    Angus Fraser 	b BS Chandrasekhar 	4 	2 	0 	0 	200.00
    Extras: (b 8, lb 16, w 0, nb 3) 	27 	
    Total 	393 	
    Fall of Wickets: 1-45 (Mike Atherton), 2-50 (David Gower), 3-140 (Mike Gatting), 4-148 (BC Broad), 5-162 (Ian Botham), 6-187 (Jack Russell), 7-346 (Graham Gooch), 8-373 (Phil DeFreitas), 9-385 (Graham Dilley), 10-393 (Angus Fraser)
    Bowling 	O 	M 	R 	W 	Econ
    BS Chandrasekhar 	31 	9 	102 	6 	3.29
    Bishan Bedi 	30 	13 	49 	1 	1.63
    Erapalli Prasanna 	29 	7 	84 	1 	2.90
    Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	24 	8 	41 	2 	1.71
    M Amarnath 	12 	2 	55 	0 	4.58
    SM Gavaskar 	3 	0 	28 	0 	9.33
    Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi 	1 	0 	10 	0 	10.00
    India 2nd Innings 	R 	B 	4s 	6s 	SR
    SM Gavaskar 	b Angus Fraser 	4 	17 	1 	0 	23.53
    CPS Chauhan 	b EE Hemmings 	25 	31 	5 	0 	80.65
    M Amarnath 	b EE Hemmings 	38 	39 	4 	0 	97.44
    GR Viswanath 	b Angus Fraser 	0 	0 	0 	0 	0.00
    Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi 	b EE Hemmings 	12 	9 	0 	1 	133.33
    Farokh Engineer 	b EE Hemmings 	7 	8 	0 	0 	87.50
    Ajit Wadekar 	not out 	9 	18 	1 	0 	50.00
    Srinivas Venkataraghavan 	b EE Hemmings 	0 	3 	0 	0 	0.00
    Erapalli Prasanna 	not out 	7 	16 	1 	0 	43.75
    Extras: (b 4, lb 0, w 0, nb 3) 	7 	
    Total 	109 	
    Fall of Wickets: 1-19 (SM Gavaskar), 2-37 (CPS Chauhan), 3-42 (GR Viswanath), 4-73 (Mansur Ali Khan Pataudi), 5-88 (Farokh Engineer), 6-94 (M Amarnath), 7-94 (Srinivas Venkataraghavan)
    Bowling 	O 	M 	R 	W 	Econ
    EE Hemmings 	12 	4 	41 	5 	3.42
    Angus Fraser 	10 	2 	44 	2 	4.40
    Ian Botham 	3 	0 	20 	0 	6.67

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    The first ball of an innings should be 0.1, not 1.1

    1.1 = 1 over has been bowled, this is the first ball of the 2nd over.
    Or something.

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    2002 Australia v 2009 West Indies
    2002 Australia wins by an Innings and 3377 runs	Test no. 159
    Played at Antigua Recreation Ground (The Rec) St. John's, Antigua and Barbuda on 29 August 2009
    
    Australia 1st Innings	R	B	4s	6s	SR
    Justin Langer	b Amit Jaggernauth	333	182	14	40	182.97
    Matthew Hayden	b Ryan Austin	573	254	18	73	225.59
    Ricky Ponting	b Ryan Austin	519	105	2	83	494.29
    Mark Waugh	b Ryan Austin	301	57	1	49	528.07
    Steve Waugh	b Amit Jaggernauth	350	60	1	57	583.33
    Damien Martyn	b Ryan Austin	266	45	2	43	591.11
    Adam Gilchrist	b Amit Jaggernauth	390	65	0	65	600.00
    Brett Lee	b Ryan Austin	228	38	0	38	600.00
    Shane Warne	b Ryan Austin	246	41	0	41	600.00
    Jason Gillespie	not out	348	58	0	58	600.00
    Glenn McGrath	b Ryan Austin	192	32	0	32	600.00
    Extras: (b 0, lb 28, w 1, nb 6)	35	
    Total	3781	
    
    Fall of Wickets: 1-672 (Justin Langer), 2-1253 (Matthew Hayden), 3-1615 (Ricky Ponting), 4-1883 (Mark Waugh), 5-2331 (Steve Waugh), 6-2433 (Damien Martyn), 7-2877 (Brett Lee), 8-3105 (Adam Gilchrist), 9-3373 (Shane Warne), 10-3781 (Glenn McGrath)
    
    Bowling	O	M	R	W	Econ
    Amit Jaggernauth	80	1	2222	3	27.78
    Ryan Austin	66	1	1477	7	22.38
    Rawl Lewis	13	2	54	0	 4.15
    
    West Indies 1st Innings	R	B	4s	6s	SR
    Floyd Reifer	b Glenn McGrath	0	3	0	0	 0.00
    Chadwick Walton	b Jason Gillespie	10	19	2	0	52.63
    Amit Jaggernauth	b Glenn McGrath	1	1	0	0	100.00
    Devon Smith	b Jason Gillespie	28	87	4	0	32.18
    Runako Morton	b Jason Gillespie	0	0	0	0	 0.00
    Xavier Marshall	b Brett Lee	27	35	3	1	77.14
    Sewnarine Chattergoon	b Shane Warne	55	75	8	3	73.33
    Brenton Parchment	b Shane Warne	1	23	0	0	 4.35
    Ryan Austin	b Shane Warne	26	75	5	0	34.67
    Rawl Lewis	b Mark Waugh	15	59	1	0	25.42
    Nikita Miller	not out	0	4	0	0	 0.00
    Extras: (b 10, lb 2, w 0, nb 0)	12	
    Total	175	
    
    Fall of Wickets: 1-0 (Floyd Reifer), 2-10 (Amit Jaggernauth), 3-14 (Chadwick Walton), 4-14 (Runako Morton), 5-62 (Xavier Marshall), 6-108 (Devon Smith), 7-129 (Brenton Parchment), 8-134 (Sewnarine Chattergoon), 9-171 (Rawl Lewis), 10-175 (Ryan Austin)
    
    Bowling	O	M	R	W	Econ
    Shane Warne	20	9	41	3	 2.05
    Jason Gillespie	19	4	52	3	 2.74
    Glenn McGrath	18	5	34	2	 1.89
    Brett Lee	8	2	36	1	 4.50
    Mark Waugh	1	2	0	1	 0.00
    
    
    West Indies 2nd Innings	R	B	4s	6s	SR
    Amit Jaggernauth	b Glenn McGrath	16	42	3	0	38.10
    Sewnarine Chattergoon	b Brett Lee	5	12	0	0	41.67
    Devon Smith	b Jason Gillespie	31	48	5	1	64.58
    Runako Morton	b Jason Gillespie	35	103	5	1	33.98
    Ryan Austin	b Brett Lee	27	95	2	2	28.42
    Floyd Reifer	b Jason Gillespie	21	41	4	0	51.22
    Brenton Parchment	b Jason Gillespie	0	4	0	0	 0.00
    Nikita Miller	b Shane Warne	40	55	6	0	72.73
    Rawl Lewis	b Jason Gillespie	11	32	2	0	34.38
    Chadwick Walton	b Glenn McGrath	8	42	1	0	19.05
    Xavier Marshall	not out	21	30	3	1	70.00
    Extras: (b 5, lb 5, w 0, nb 4)	14	
    Total	229	
    
    Fall of Wickets: 1-12 (Sewnarine Chattergoon), 2-59 (Amit Jaggernauth), 3-59 (Devon Smith), 4-110 (Ryan Austin), 5-135 (Runako Morton), 6-141 (Brenton Parchment), 7-155 (Floyd Reifer), 8-199 (Rawl Lewis), 9-199 (Nikita Miller), 10-229 (Chadwick Walton)
    
    Bowling	O	M	R	W	Econ
    Jason Gillespie	26	10	65	5	 2.50
    Brett Lee	23	9	64	2	 2.78
    Glenn McGrath	22	6	51	2	 2.32
    Shane Warne	13	2	39	1	 3.00
    Mark Waugh	2	2	0	0	 0.00

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    I feel a bit bad that I've stuffed up the records and averages of many of the players.

    Some issues I had with the game
    * Run outs shouldn't go to the bowler
    * Scorecards would look better if it said who caught the ball aswell
    * The ball the batsman gets out on should count as a ball on the stats.
    * Less 6's, more ones and twos needed.
    * Where is Bangladesh?

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    Scoring 3781 isn't a problem then?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Brett1231 View Post
    Thanks! I'll fix that up. All the commentary is hand-edited and I have a few mistakes to clean up. I'm still working on the formatting so if you see some odd stuff, it's because I'm tweaking it.

    I really appreciate you guys checking out the game!
    Brett,

    If you need any help with designing or animation - do let me know.

    This is a good idea and this is 2nd day I'm playing it

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