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    How do i play EA Sports Cricket 2002?

    hi guys this Maxin and i just got cricket 2002 4 the pc but i can play only defensive,drives & straight shot.can any1 of u pls tell me how 2 play all the shots in this fabulous game??
    ill b very gr8full...AND ill personally send the dude who sends me the information i require the username & password of a celebrity PORN SITE!!!!!!!!

    [Edited on 7/15/02 by Maxin Paynedulkar]

    [Edited on 7/16/02 by Maxin Paynedulkar]

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    Press button 1 (5) to signal to the bowler that you are ready to face the next delivery.
    Look at the bowling cursor (the green circle) to get an idea of where the ball is going to pitch.
    Move the batsman with left (left cursor) and right (right cursor) to line him up.
    As the bowler begins his run up, you will see the bowling cursor shrink. After this you will not be able to move your batsman.
    Select a shot to play:
    Press button 1 (5) or 2 (8) to play a defensive shot
    Press button 1 (5) -front foot shot- or button 2 (8) -back foot shot- or button 3 (6) -advance down wicket shot- and select a direction (cursor keys) to play an attacking shot (see below for an explanation of different shots you can play).
    To play no shot or duck, press button 4 (4).
    To add power to your shot, keep button 5 (0) held down as you make your shot.

    If a run is available, press button 3 (6) to start your run. Press button 3 (6) again before the batsmen reach the crease to start a further run.
    Press button 4 (4) to abort the current run.

    Up - Defensive
    Up & Right - Sweep/hook
    Right - Leg Glance
    Down & Right - On-Drive
    Down - Straight Drive
    Down & Left - Cover Drive
    Left - Square Drive/Square Cut
    Up & Left - Late Cut/Steer
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    Hey Yaju Thanks Man! as promised before whether u like it or not i have sent u the login & password.use it well.

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    Hey could anyone tell me how 2 bowl now?


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    In reality he sent me nothing!

    Anyway what is your control configuration?

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    anything to do with Cricket 2002, Yaju will help u...

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    Hey not fair man if your address is yajuraja@rediffmail.com then i sent sent it to u! and it came sent.anyways this is my keyboard config

    Backfoot-A
    Frontfoot-S
    Start Run\Down The Wicket-D
    Cancel Run\Leave Ball-C

    Up-Num8
    Down-Num2
    Left-Num4
    Right-Num6
    Power Boost-Num0

    [Edited on 7/21/02 by Maxin Paynedulkar]

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    well send it to me and ill tell u if it works...


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    To make the green marker appear on the screen you have to push
    either K, J, L or I. Each different button does
    a different ball. To stop the power metre on the side push the
    button that you chose to make the green marker appear.
    For Example:
    If I push K to make the marker appear then I push K to stop the
    power metre at the desired speed.

    Fast-
    Straight ball --- L
    Slower ball --- I
    Cutter --- K

    Swing Bowler

    Out-swinger --- J
    In-swinger --- L
    Straight ball --- K

    Off Spin Bowler

    Off-spinner --- K or L
    Arm ball --- I

    Leg Spin Bowler

    Leg Spinner --- K or J
    Googly --- L
    Flipper --- I

    Thanks to Hamish Ryan too.

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    arent u a bit desperate Gb :P
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    Hey no worries, i just worked it out how to get it going.

    i've got the batting ok, but bowling i really lack.

    whats the ball down in the bottom left corner do, and when the things in the bottom right that say (1) (2) (3) (4) what buttons do you press to activate them??
    and what does the yellow thing which goes up on the ball mean??

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    How do I stop getting a no ball , over stepping the line ...

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    Stop aiming to bowl flat out. I get more of a problem with legside wides being missed by the lame Wicket-keeper, and giving away 3 or 4 runs and an extra ball...
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