Real Cricket 2014 Set To Hit iOS, Android, BlackBerry and Windows Phone Platforms in a Big Way

It’s always fascinating to watch a group of people play cricket. I’ve seen it several times at the local parks that I usually run at. The game may be a little hard to understand but it has tremendous following, particularly in South Asian countries and the rest of the British Commonwealth. Now, the folks at Hyderabad-based indie developers Nautilus Mobile, are set to release Real Cricket 2014 for mobile devices including iOS, Android, Blackberry and Windows Phone.


Made up of ex-Gameloft employees and an award-winning studio nonetheless, with games such as Song of Swords (Indie Game of the Year, People Choice Award, NASSCOM 2013) and being awarded “the most innovative mobile company in India” in the 2013 Mobile Spark, these guys are confident that their cricket title will be well-received. They’ll be launching a Beta Testing Program soon for Real Cricket 2014, and for further details and updates of the game, stay tuned to or head over to

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