Stick Tennis: Just in time for Wimbledon

From the makers of the most popular cricket game in the world, Stick Tennis is available today on the iTunes App Store for iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch. Continuing Stick Cricket’s irreverent attitude, players will have the chance to test their skills against the likes...
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Serving up Stick Tennis

Summer time has finally arrived in London, judging by the amount of pale flesh on show in the park opposite Stick Towers. That means it’s just a few short weeks until they’ll be queueing up for strawberries in SW19, all eagerly anticipating Andy...
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What happened to my custom team? (updated)

Update (12/03/2012) – We’ve now completed the transition to brand spankin’ new servers and your custom teams survived the shift. All should be working again now – let us know if you have any problems. You may have noticed that recently our...
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Super Sixes: Now with Game Center

Stick Cricket Super Sixes has been a runaway success since the game was launched in December: 34 years worth of gameplay has been notched up (yes, you read that correctly), with 5 million TVs smashed in the process. Super Sixes – a batting game featuring the...
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Stick Sports launches Super Sixes

Super Sixes – a revolutionary new game format from the creators of the international best selling sports App, Stick Cricket, launches today. Super Sixes is a faster moving, arcade style game that sees players do battle with the Bowlomatic 3000, a...
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Stick Cricket arrives on Android

The most popular cricket game in the world, Stick Cricket, is available today as an Android app.  Already the number one iPhone App for sports games, the Stick Cricket Android version enables users of Android phones and tablets mobile access to the world’s most...

Stick Cricket signs Guardian all-rounder

Stick Cricket, the world’s most popular online cricket game and cricket’s second biggest website, announces the signing of former Guardian journalist Rob Smyth. The new partnership will see Rob writing a wide variety of content for SPIN magazine...