Freeverse's upcoming baseball game, Flick Baseball is looking even more impressive than when we first saw it at WWDC. In the past few months the developers have been adding all kinds of functionality to the game, creating an amazingly complete baseball experience for the iPhone. We had a chance to take a look at an early build of the game at GDC Austin 2009.
Different game modes are included ranging from exhibition games to a full 165 game season mode where you play from opening day to the championships. If you don't want to commit to quite that much baseball, 11, 33, and 66 game seasons are also available. There's even a multiplayer homerun derby mode.
Flick Baseball has a lineup of 34 teams to choose from, each with different rosters and statistics. The game doesn't have MLB licensing, but you can customize absolutely ever aspect of the teams from names to jersey colors. If playing as the Cubs is important to you, and you're willing to spend the time to build the entire team, there's nothing stopping you.
Freeverse has released this trailer video of the game's customization and gameplay:
And of course Flick Baseball has Plus+ along with the standard load out of social networking integration to brag about your scores via email, Twitter, Facebook, and others.
Flick Baseball is still in development and should be released during the fourth quarter of this year.