Internet Test Cricket (InetTC) is a statistical based Cricket Test Match
simulator for Windows 9x/Me/NT/2000/XP. It is a sequel to International
Test Cricket. Note Internet Test Cricket is now a 32 bit program and will not work
with Windows 3.x/WfW. The biggest addition to Internet Test Cricket is as the name
suggests the ability to play against over a human opponent over the Internet or TCP/IP
Internet Test Cricket has been released as Shareware. Features listed in bold
are new features that are not present in International Test Cricket. The final list of
features is not yet complete and will hopefully grow.
Shareware version - Coming soon
|32 Bit version|
|Even more accurate statistical based model for Test Matches.
|Complete Player averages and records calculated.|
|Play against human opponent over the Internet or TCP/IP network.|
|Built in chat feature whilst playing online.
|Play against intelligent CPU opponent|
|Select teams from a Squad of 20 Players. |
|Play up to 6 Tests in a Series. |
|Select Team/Batting/Bowling aggression. |
|Control action ball by ball or over by over.|
|Select Batting/Bowling order. |
|Pitch/Ball/Bounce/Weather/Outfield conditions. |
|Form ratings for Batting/Bowling/Fielding. |
|Output to printer, file, HTML source. |
|Built in email option. |
|League option with 2 Squads. |
|Does not save player averages and records when program is exited.
|Only has 2 squads England and New Zealand. |
Registered version - £20
This has all the features of the shareware version plus
|All Records and Averages calculated are saved to hard disk at the end of every
series. They are automatically loaded in every time you start Internet Test Cricket.
|20 player squads of all 10 current Test playing countries (Australia, Bangladesh,
England, India, New Zealand, Pakistan, South Africa, Sri Lanka, West Indies and Zimbabwe)
are supplied along with Test ground details. |
|The current position can be saved to disk and continued at a later date.
|The League option now allows you to have all 10 squads playing.
|You can use multiple databases with Internet Test Cricket.
|You select which database to use each time you start Internet Test Cricket.
|Ball by Ball output to a text file. |
|Archive options for completed Series and Leagues that can be viewed at a later
date by other uses of Internet Test Cricket even if they do not have the database
|New Match options - select Number of Days, Minimum Overs per Day, Runs
for Follow-on, Overs before New Ball, Runns for No Ball/Wide, No Balls/Wides included in
Bowlers Analysis, Include Runs for No Ball if Batsman scores off it.
|Watch full replay of any Test that has been archived as part of a
|Selectively clear Players Injuries/Morale/Averages, Records, Ground
Results, Squad Results, Series, League or entire Database|
|You can add/edit/delete players/squads/grounds from the database.|
|Add a new player or ground from the Edit Squad screen.
|Ability to play a Play by Mail (PBM)/Play by e-mail (PBeM)/Office Pool League.
|You can Import databases from International Test Cricket.|
|You can Export Databases via text file format.|
|You can Import Databases via text file format with options to add to, overwrite,
merge with or replace existing Database|
|Your name and address will appear on the title screen. Please make sure that you
send the correct details. |
Minimum System Requirements to run Internet Test Cricket
|A 486DX2 or better processor |
|Windows 95/98/NT |
|8 Mb of RAM |
|Standard VGA or better Windows display driver |
|Approx. 6.5 Mb of hard disk space |
Recommended System Requirements to run Internet Test Cricket
especially at higher resolutions
|A Pentium or better processor |
|Windows 95/98/NT |
|16 Mb of RAM |
|Super VGA or better Windows display driver |
|Approx. 6.5 Mb of hard disk space|
|Internet connection for on-line play|