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Verbal Insult Mode
Randomly Generate Insult

Cricket Settings

Include Bullseye/25

Cutthroat

3 Numbers

Single Number

Remove Completed Numbers

Show Dartboard

Cutthroat is recommended for 3 or more players - you can also elect use less numbers (3 or 1) for more players




How to Play Cricket

Once you choose to play Cricket you will be presented with various options as described below:

Cricket uses the numbers 15 to 20 and the bull's-eye. To open or close a number, it must have been scored 3 times in any fashion, on one or more turns. Hitting the triple will open or close a number in one throw; a single and the double will open or close it in two throws or three singles will open or close it in three throws. Numbers do not have to be opened or closed in any particular order and several numbers can be hit in the same turn. A scoreboard is used to keep track of the hits on all the numbers.

The object is for a player to hit each number and the bullseye three times. Doubles count as two hits and triples as three.[1] The first player to hit a number three times owns that number and it is said to be opened. Further hits on the opened number score that number of points (e.g. triple 20 gains 60 points) until the opponent also hits that number three times and closes it, then that number is removed from play. The double ring scores double the number's value and the treble (inner) ring scores triple the number's value. The outer bullseye ring is worth 25 points and the inner circle (or double bull) is worth 50. Once a player has opened or closed all the required numbers and bull and has equal or more points than his opponent, that player wins.

When played with more than 2 players/teams, the system of points can be replaced by penalty points, also known as cut-throat scoring. With penalty points the points score on every team that has not closed the number and the low point total wins the game

Traditional Settings

Starting Value


First Past the Line





How to Play Traditional

This is the most basic form of Darts. You select a starting number eg 501, 301 etc.. and then each player takes it in turns to score. The scores of each player are deducted from their total.

The First player to reach 0 is the winner. If a player scores more than their target then they have bust and the score remains unchanged.Usually the final score must be a double but this scorer doesnt enforce this so its up to you if you want to finish on a double or not

First Past the Line Mode: In this mode the player doesnt have to finish on the exact number they just need to get above that number to win



Knockout Settings

Sudden Death Mode

Number Of Lives






How to Play Knockout

This is a very simple game - each player starts off with a number of lives (defaults to 5 but can be changed).

The first player throws all 3 darts and their score is entered. The next person has to beat that score (ties do not count). If they beat the score then the next person has to beat that score. If they do not beat the score then they will lose a life and the next person has to beat whatever it was they hit

The winner is the remaining player when everyone else has lost their lives

Sudden Death Mode: This is a fast paced game best played with lots of players. Each player throws 3 darts - when all players have thrown the lowest scorer is eliminated. Rounds then continue until only 1 player remains

Baseball Settings

7th Inning Stretch






How to Play Baseball

There are 9 rounds (innings) starting at 1 and ending at 9. Every player throws 3 darts per round (staring at 1 then 2 etc..) and scores between 0 and 9 points. A single is worth 1 point, a double is worth 2 and a triple is worth 3 points. The winner is the player with the most points at the end of the 9th innings. An additional variation is to adopt the 7th inning stretch rule which states that any player who does not score in the 7th inning will have their overall score cut in half. This gives players who are far behind a chance to catch up

If 2 or more players are tied after the 9th then all the other players are eliminated and the remaining will continue further innings until someone takes the lead and wins the game.



Killer Settings

Number Of Lives









How to Play Killer

The computer will assign a random number between 1 and 20 to each player. That is the killer number for that player. You can decide if you wish to restrict the scoring to doubles of that number (which is the usual approach) or you can also choose triple or single (in which case any score in the number area will count - including double/treble).

Each player has 3 darts and takes it in turn to try to score in their own number first - once they successfully do this they become a killer. From this point onwards they can start throwing at the other players numbers. If they manage to successfuly do so then that player loses a life. If a killer scores in their own number then they will lose a life also.

The winner is the remaining player when everyone else has lost their lives



Round The Clock Settings

Starting Number


Slider Mode

Knockout Mode

Number Of Lives






How to Play Round The Clock

Each player takes it in turn to score in each value 1 through to 20. The winner is the first player to score in all 20 numbers

Slider Mode: In this mode when a player misses with all 3 darts they are taken back to the previous score - eg if the player was aiming for 10 and subsequently miss they will be taken back to 9

Knockout Mode: In this mode each player has a number of lives and if they miss with all 3 darts they will lose a life. The winner is then either the first to complete or the last one standing

Stopper Settings

Starting Number






How to Play Stopper (Scram)

This is best played with 2 teams/players but can be played with more. The game is played with numbers 1 to 20 (this can be limited by selected a higher start number). The first player/team is designated as a stopper - they will have 3 darts to shut down as many numbers as possible. The subsequent players then score as normal but they cannot score in any numbers that have been stopped. You score by clicking the relevant number as many times as necessary (eg if the user scores a triple 20 then click 20 3 times). Once the stopper has shut down all the numbers then they become a player and its the next team/players turn to become a stopper. Once every team/player has taken their turn as a stopper and shut down all their numbers the winner will be the one with the most points

Shut 'Em Down Settings

Starting Number


Speed Mode

Timer (Seconds)


Knockout Mode
Number Of Lives










How to Play Shut 'Em Down

Each player starts off with all 20 numbers as targets (you can limit this by choosing a start number higher than 1). Depending on difficulty players can aim at single, double or triple to shut down a number. Each player takes it in turn to throw 3 darts to shut down their numbers - you can score in any order - the first player to shut down all the numbers is the winner. You can choose to remove shut down numbers from the score board or leave them but display in red

Knockout Mode:In this mode each player has a number of lives and if they miss with all 3 darts they will lose a life. The winner is then either the first to complete or the last one standing

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Instructions Screen





This is a Darts Scoring game that can support as many people as you like with no limits. It is aimed at both amateur darts players and people who are good. There are several scoring features of this app that help support less talented players that you wont find in other apps. For example in Cricket you can choose to remove the Bullseye since this can spoil the game for many - also if you want to play a game of cutthroat cricket with lots of players you can reduce the numbers involved to 3 or even 1 in order to speed up the game. On the traditional mode you can select any starting number you want and ignore double finish.

The menu items on the title bar above are as follows:

Game Select Screen
View the leaderboard (for the players stored on your device)
Open Player Manager
View Instructions (This Screen)

How to Play Cricket

Once you choose to play Cricket you will be presented with various options as described below:

  • Include Bullseye/25 - This is the trickiest point to score in Cricket so we have the option to exclude it
  • Cutthroat - If there are more than 2 players this mode can be turned on. When a players scores points it will be added onto all the other players scores and the winner is the player with the least points at the end. In this mode there are 2 other options presented to you
    • 3 Numbers - this will randomly select 3 numbers from the board and remove all others. This greatly speeds up the board for multiple players
    • Single Number - this is a rapid version with just a single random number - the order of play is crucial
  • Remove Completed Numbers - when a number has been closed completely you can select this option to have it removed from the scoring board
  • Show Dartboard If you are playing on a desktop PC then this will show you a dartboard graphic that you can use to quicly enter scores

Cricket uses the numbers 15 to 20 and the bull's-eye. To open or close a number, it must have been scored 3 times in any fashion, on one or more turns. Hitting the triple will open or close a number in one throw; a single and the double will open or close it in two throws or three singles will open or close it in three throws. Numbers do not have to be opened or closed in any particular order and several numbers can be hit in the same turn. A scoreboard is used to keep track of the hits on all the numbers.

The object is for a player to hit each number and the bullseye three times. Doubles count as two hits and triples as three.[1] The first player to hit a number three times owns that number and it is said to be opened. Further hits on the opened number score that number of points (e.g. triple 20 gains 60 points) until the opponent also hits that number three times and closes it, then that number is removed from play. The double ring scores double the number's value and the treble (inner) ring scores triple the number's value. The outer bullseye ring is worth 25 points and the inner circle (or double bull) is worth 50. Once a player has opened or closed all the required numbers and bull and has equal or more points than his opponent, that player wins.

When played with more than 2 players/teams, the system of points can be replaced by penalty points, also known as cut-throat scoring. With penalty points the points score on every team that has not closed the number and the low point total wins the game


How to Play Traditional

This is the most basic form of Darts. You select a starting number eg 501, 301 etc.. and then each player takes it in turns to score. The scores of each player are deducted from their total.

The First player to reach 0 is the winner. If a player scores more than their target then they have bust and the score remains unchanged.Usually the final score must be a double but this scorer doesnt enforce this so its up to you if you want to finish on a double or not

First Past the Line Mode: In this mode the player doesnt have to finish on the exact number they just need to get above that number to win



How to Play Knockout

This is a very simple game - each player starts off with a number of lives (defaults to 5 but can be changed).

The first player throws all 3 darts and their score is entered. The next person has to beat that score (ties do not count). If they beat the score then the next person has to beat that score. If they do not beat the score then they will lose a life and the next person has to beat whatever it was they hit

The winner is the remaining player when everyone else has lost their lives

Sudden Death Mode: This is a fast paced game best played with lots of players. Each player throws 3 darts - when all players have thrown the lowest scorer is eliminated. Rounds then continue until only 1 player remains


How to Play Shut 'Em Down

Each player starts off with all 20 numbers as targets (you can limit this by choosing a start number higher than 1). Depending on difficulty players can aim at single, double or triple to shut down a number. Each player takes it in turn to throw 3 darts to shut down their numbers - you can score in any order - the first player to shut down all the numbers is the winner. (NB You can choose to remove shut down numbers from the score board or leave them but display in red)

Knockout Mode: In this mode each player has a number of lives and if they miss with all 3 darts they will lose a life. The winner is then either the first to complete or the last one standing



How to Play Baseball

There are 9 rounds (innings) starting at 1 and ending at 9. Every player throws 3 darts per round (staring at 1 then 2 etc..) and scores between 0 and 9 points. A single is worth 1 point, a double is worth 2 and a triple is worth 3 points. The winner is the player with the most points at the end of the 9th innings. An additional variation is to adopt the 7th inning stretch rule which states that any player who does not score in the 7th inning will have their overall score cut in half. This gives players who are far behind a chance to catch up

If 2 or more players are tied after the 9th then all the other players are eliminated and the remaining will continue further innings until someone takes the lead and wins the game.


How to Play Killer

The computer will assign a random number between 1 and 20 to each player. That is the killer number for that player. You can decide if you wish to restrict the scoring to doubles of that number (which is the usual approach) or you can also choose triple or single (in which case any score in the number area will count - including double/treble).

Each player has 3 darts and takes it in turn to try to score in their own number first - once they successfully do this they become a killer. From this point onwards they can start throwing at the other players numbers. If they manage to successfuly do so then that player loses a life. If a killer scores in their own number then they will lose a life also.

The winner is the remaining player when everyone else has lost their lives


How to Play Stopper (Scram)

This is best played with 2 teams/players but can be played with more. The game is played with numbers 1 to 20 (this can be limited by selected a higher start number). The first player/team is designated as a stopper - they will have 3 darts to shut down as many numbers as possible. The subsequent players then score as normal but they cannot score in any numbers that have been stopped. You score by clicking the relevant number as many times as necessary (eg if the user scores a triple 20 then click 20 3 times). Once the stopper has shut down all the numbers then they become a player and its the next team/players turn to become a stopper. Once every team/player has taken their turn as a stopper and shut down all their numbers the winner will be the one with the most points


How to Play Round The Clock

Each player takes it in turn to score in each value 1 through to 20. The winner is the first player to score in all 20 numbers

Slider Mode: In this mode when a player misses with all 3 darts they are taken back to the previous score - eg if the player was aiming for 10 and subsequently miss they will be taken back to 9

Knockout Mode: In this mode each player has a number of lives and if they miss with all 3 darts they will lose a life. The winner is then either the first to complete or the last one standing









Leaderboard



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Player Manager

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Team Mode

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Add Player: (max 10)

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Cricket

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