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Super International Cricket is a cricket game, the sequel to the NES-released International Cricket, released in Australia, Europe and Pakistan in 1994, the sequel to International Cricket on the NES, it was developed by Beam Software (now Krome Studios Melbourne). The game features 8 test cricket nations, but no real licenced players. The graphics were much improved over its predecessor, and featured pop-ups to clearly illustrate point scoring, appeals and umpire decisions.
The game features one day, test match and world series modes.
- New Zealand
- South Africa
- Sri Lanka
- West Indies
Beam Software later developed Cricket 96 and 97 for Electronic Arts, merging the franchise with EA's line of games.