Quidditch is the most popular game in the world of wizards. Quidditch is played
two teams. Each team has three hunters, two beaters and one catcher. Consider their purpose more specifically.
Hunters are players whose main goal is to throw a big red ball called a quarter ball into the opponent’s rings, for which the team receives 10 points. The goal of the beaters is bludgers, small cores flying across the field and knocking down players who did not have time to dodge them. Each beater has a beat, with the help of which he repulses the blagers in the players of the opposing team. The goal of the catcher is to catch a small golden ball - a snitch. Once the snitch is caught, the game ends and the team whose catcher caught the ball gets 150 points. The team with the most points wins, respectively - that’s all wisdom.
The game has three types of competitions
- Demonstration game, Hogwarts Championship and World Championship. Now consider each type of competition a little more.
Demonstration game - here you can choose one of the available stadiums and any two teams to fight in a fair fight.
Hogwarts Championship. In this type of competition you have to fight for one of the faculties of the school and achieve victory. To win the champion’s laurels, you need to beat other faculties and go through several trainings that hone your broom skills, pass, blockage and much more. However, about training a little lower in the corresponding section.
World Championship - world Quidditch competitions in which national teams take part.
Screenshots from the game Harry Potter. Quidditch Cup
System requirements Harry Potter. Quidditch Cup for Mac Os:
- Mac OS X 10.5
- Intel Core2 Duo 1.86 GHz processor
- 1 GB of RAM
- 1,5 GB of free hard disk space
- 3D video adapter with 128 MB memory