DOS - 1987
Description of World Darts
An old, thoroughly average darts game from Melbourne House, originally released for the Amstrad computers. World Darts lets you play -- surprise!-- darts in a solo mode. In contrast to the usual power-meter interface, this game uses a strange and annoying moving-hand interface in which you must move the (very ugly) hand around the screen to throw darts. The trajectory is hard to predict, since there is no way to alter the power of your throw. Fans of the sport should play Bully's Sporting Darts instead and leave this mouldie oldie alone.
Review By HOTUD
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Comments and reviews
Allen 2020-06-10 1 point
Can't believe it is from 1987 - it shines in every aspect ,and might be better than many today darts games (not counting graphics,but pixels are very cute and gorgeous).It runs simple, just as classic 501/301 ,you go against CPU ( i took a heck of a beating ,but hillarous),and you advance on rating.Aiming it's weird at first sight ,but anyone can get used to it.I wished more games like this were made nowadays.
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