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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 03:03pm 09/09/16 | 2 Comments
When it comes to listing off the VR things you'd want to do, from flying a spaceship to exploring a fantasy realm to flying another spaceship, hitting a cricket ball with a cricket bat probably isn't high on the list. Well, unless you're super into cricket and the idea of a virtual Shane Warne bowling at you is something akin to a KFC-induced dream come true. If so then King of Spin VR for the HTC Vive might be of interest.

It certainly look like Virtual Cricket.

And Shane "Warney" Warne himself was involved throughout the production. At least, for one day. Unless he wears nothing but black t-shirts.

So if you're into cricket, Shane Warne, and own a HTC Vive then chances are you probably live here in Australia. Because to understand Virtual Cricket one has to know what a Virtual Crumpet is.

King of Spin VR is currently available on Steam.

htc viveshane warnecricketvr

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Posted 05:37pm 09/9/16
if this doesnt suck it could be awesome.
Posted 12:45pm 11/9/16
I was hoping for VR cricket to play. Unfortunately going by the steam reviews, this isn't it. Might be ok to check out when it drops to $2.
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