I can haz gaming on audio too. Voice portal services company DialiFy Technologies has launched fascinating voice based Cricket fantasy game called Cwicket on Reliance Communications. The service is available on GSM, CDMA and Wireline, Nikhil Soman, founder of Dialify told MediaNama; VAS company Onmobile Global is the hosting partner. Cwicket features audio based Cricket matches in the Indian Public League (IPL for short, and they could get into trouble for that). We'd learnt about Cwicket via an anonymous tip-off (thanks), and of Soman's involvement via a Who-Is search; the domain cwicket.com however only sports a logo and a coming soon message. Registration In order to play the game, Reliance users have to call and subscribe at 505101065. The subscription costs Rs 15 and users get 100 minutes of free playing time. Once their mobile number has been registered, users can choose one of 10 different teams - Kolkata Kite Flyers, Bangalore Techies and Chennai Super Annas to name a few. Hopefully in this IPL it will remain 10. Gameplay A user is allowed to choose to play the game in either English or Hindi. The commentary is pivotal as users need to listen to the commentary and decide the shot he wants to play when batting, and choice of shot depends on which key (1 to 9) is pressed. For example, 8 will result in a straight drive and 3 a leg glance or a hook. 1000 points are awarded for every game played, 400 extra for a win…
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