From Barbados, Eezee Kricket continues the cricket tradition on a board with 64 squares, each representing an event during an actual match. It will appeal to players with a fondness for cricket heroes, knowledge of the game’s history and a competitive spirit. “The teaching, learning game” was conceptualized by ICT Specialist James Corbin and can be modified to suit any region or market. It will be further available on the Internet and mobile phones. “It succinctly captures the history and nuances of the real cricket game in a way that makes it invaluable as a teaching and team-building tool,” Corbin told TDmonthly. Launch date: February 2007.