If you want to play Cricket on Steam you're basically stuck with this, but it's hard to justify even at a low cost. The gameplay is both incredibly simplistic (fielding is all automatic and bowling is very toned-down) and needlessly complex (many, many ways to swing, each with their own button combination.) There's not a whole lot to do but just play games with the teams they provide you (no customization or anything like that) so even if you can get past the controls, there's not much to do. Worst yet, the game isn't supported anymore and you can't create accounts for it, so setting up multiplayer requires using external programs like Hamachi.
A bunch of my friends bought the game for each other as gag gifts, and even the people who liked cricket couldn't find much to enjoy. The game's probably not even be worth it for $2.99.