International Cricket

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International Cricket holds the record (if you can even call it that) for being the only cricket game ever made for the NES. It was released only in Australia in 1992, probably because the developers thought the game wouldn't do too well in the USA, Japan, and other parts of Europe. Since this game was only released in Australia, it was published by Beam's publishing division Laser Beam Entertainment. The goal of International Cricket is to beat two teams in the World Series. You are then treated to a one-screen ending with staff credits following.

International Cricket is very similar to baseball. You have a batter who must hit the ball and then run to the other side of the base to score a run. The pitcher (bowler) must hit the blocks behind the player before the batter can make it to the other side of the base.

Australia

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Memory Addresses

0081 - Runs
0082 - Over (32 of them)
0083 - Over Part (6 of them)

Text

Intro Screen

03 - ©
04 - 1
05 - 9
06 - 2
07 - B
08 - E
09 - A
0A - M
0B - S
0C - O
0D - F
0E - T
0F - W
10 - R
12 - P
13 - G
14 - D
15 - Y
16 - U
17 - L
18 - I
19 - H
1A - N
1B - G
C3 - P
C4 - R
C5 - E
C6 - S
C7 - T
C8 - A

Ending Credits

41 - A
42 - B
43 - C
44 - D
45 - E
46 - F
47 - G
48 - H
49 - I
4A - J
4B - K
4C - L
4D - M
4E - N
4F - O
50 - P
51 - Q
52 - R
53 - S
54 - T
55 - U
56 - V
57 - W
58 - X
59 - Y
5A - Z