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|introduction      = Cricket 07 is a cricket simulation computer game developed by EA Canada and HB Studios and published by EA Sports. It is available for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 2. The game was released on 26 November 2006 and in Australia on 14 November 2006. The cover art for Cricket 07 features English cricketer Andrew Flintoff. This is the last cricket game published by EA Sports as they just had the licenses of the Australian Cricket Team and the England Cricket Team. This game has garnered massive popularity among the cricket playing nations and many patches have been produced to update the game.  
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|introduction      = Cricket 07 is a cricket simulation computer game developed by EA Canada and HB Studios and published by EA Sports. It is available for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 2. The game was released on 26 November 2006 and in Australia on 14 November 2006. The cover art for Cricket 07 features English cricketer Andrew Flintoff. This is the last cricket game published by EA Sports as they had lost the licensing for most of the teams for Cricket 07. Only Australia, England, South Africa and New Zealand licensed player names and kits. All other team names are generic, however can be edited in the Team Management option or with a roster. Also, Australian players are blended into World squads of 2005 ICC Super Series, but all the names are generic. This game has garnered massive popularity among the cricket playing nations and many patches have been produced to update the game.  
  
 
Cricket 07 features a number of game types, including limited overs matches (50, 20, 10 or 5 overs), 4-day first-class matches and full-length test matches (5 days). You may select different pitches and different weather conditions in different venues. Several international venues are available, including the Eden Gardens in India and Lord's in England. The venues vary in conditions and pitch type, and these can be changed by the player. The game gives players the option of entering different international and national contests, including full seasons and tournaments.
 
Cricket 07 features a number of game types, including limited overs matches (50, 20, 10 or 5 overs), 4-day first-class matches and full-length test matches (5 days). You may select different pitches and different weather conditions in different venues. Several international venues are available, including the Eden Gardens in India and Lord's in England. The venues vary in conditions and pitch type, and these can be changed by the player. The game gives players the option of entering different international and national contests, including full seasons and tournaments.
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{{ii}} This game had used [[Digital_rights_management_(DRM)#CD-key|CD-key DRM]]
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Cricket 07
Cricket 07 cover
Developers
EA Canada
HB Studios
Publishers
EA Sports
Release dates
Windows November 14, 2006
Taxonomy
Modes Singleplayer
Genres Sports
Sports Cricket
Series Cricket (EA Sports)
Cricket 07 on HowLongToBeat
Cricket 07 on MobyGames
Cricket 07 on Wikipedia
Cricket (EA Sports)
Cricket 96 1996
Cricket 97 1997
ICC Cricket World Cup England 99 1999
Cricket 2000 2000
Cricket 2002 2002
Cricket 2004 2004
Cricket 2005 2005
Cricket 07 2006

Cricket 07 is a cricket simulation computer game developed by EA Canada and HB Studios and published by EA Sports. It is available for Microsoft Windows and PlayStation 2. The game was released on 26 November 2006 and in Australia on 14 November 2006. The cover art for Cricket 07 features English cricketer Andrew Flintoff. This is the last cricket game published by EA Sports as they had lost the licensing for most of the teams for Cricket 07. Only Australia, England, South Africa and New Zealand licensed player names and kits. All other team names are generic, however can be edited in the Team Management option or with a roster. Also, Australian players are blended into World squads of 2005 ICC Super Series, but all the names are generic. This game has garnered massive popularity among the cricket playing nations and many patches have been produced to update the game.

Cricket 07 features a number of game types, including limited overs matches (50, 20, 10 or 5 overs), 4-day first-class matches and full-length test matches (5 days). You may select different pitches and different weather conditions in different venues. Several international venues are available, including the Eden Gardens in India and Lord's in England. The venues vary in conditions and pitch type, and these can be changed by the player. The game gives players the option of entering different international and national contests, including full seasons and tournaments.

Availability

This game is no longer available
This game had used CD-key DRM

Game data

Configuration file(s) location

System Location
Windows %USERPROFILE%/My Documents/EA SPORTS(TM) Cricket 07/<profilename>.pro

Save game data location

System Location
Windows

Video

Input

Audio

Audio feature State Notes
Separate volume controls
Surround sound
Subtitles
Closed captions
Mute on focus lost

Localizations

Language UI Audio Sub Notes
English

Other information

API

Technical specs Supported Notes
Direct3D 8
Executable 32-bit 64-bit Notes
Windows

Middleware

Middleware Notes
Cutscenes true Ashes 2005 scenarios
Multiplayer false

System requirements

Windows
Minimum Recommended
Operating system (OS) 2000
Processor (CPU) Intel Pentium III or AMD Athlon equivalent
System memory (RAM) 256 MB
Hard disk drive (HDD) 1.2 GB
Video card (GPU) Nvidia GeForce 2
ATI Radeon 7500
Intel 865, 915
32 MB of VRAM
DirectX 9.0c compatible

References