With the cricketing world enthralled by the ongoing ICC Champions Trophy, Pechas Games Studios, an indie game developer in Bangladesh, has released a 3D cricket game for android smartphones called Cricket Career Super League (CCSL).
Developed by game designer Munshi Syed Hasnat, this is the third game based on cricket -- following on the success of Cricket Career Beginnings and Cricket Career World Cup -- released by the company which was founded in 2013 by Maiaz M Rahman.
However, this is only the first time that a game developed by a Bangladeshi company has been released internationally, by Zapak, a renowned Indian game developer company based in Bangalore.
All this information was disclosed by the company's officials during a press briefing at a hotel in the capital yesterday.
Hasan, the game designer, informed that this 3D hybrid cricket game has combined the management aspects of cricket with arcade gameplay to provide a unique experience to gamers all around the world.
The game's brand ambassador Maria Noor and the company's COO Ziad Ahmed spoke on the occasion as well. A nice little demo of the game was presented to the media during the programme.
The game is currently available for download on Google Play and will soon be available on Apple platforms as well.