Super International Cricket is a cricket game, the sequel to the NES-released International Cricket, released in Australia, Europe and Pakistan in 1994. It was developed by Beam Software (now Krome Studios Melbourne). The game features 8 test cricket nations, but no real licensed 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 Cricket 97 for Electronic Arts, merging the franchise with EA's line of games.