Rated 4 out of
This game is rather simple as far as controls go to be honest. You merely put your stylus on the screen to indicate your target and then pull back on the dark to indicate power and quickly flick forward with the stylus taking it off of the touch screen to throw. This simple setup will eventually allow you to throw darts with rather stunning accuracy so that you can easily get a triple twenty when ever you want to after a while.
I do have a few issues with the controls when it came to one of the mini-games though. When, ever I tried to play Simon Says I was never able to release the dart no matter how hard I tried.
Outside of the main game comprised of tournaments in various locations you have access to 10 mini-games with five levels of difficulty. Albeit, I tend to find the tournament mode more enjoyable since you can learn the actual rules of this game/sport.
Graphically speaking the game seems rather cartoony when it comes to character portraits, but the boards themselves are alright. There isn't that much to criticize to be honest because this game doesn't really push the limits of the system nor does it need to. At the end of the day this is simple a game about playing with darts on a dart board.
This game is highly limited when it comes to sounds those. There are only a small handful of background music tracks to listen to and a rather standard set of applause for winning, scoring over a certain amount of points in a round, and cries of disappointment when you fail to make a game winning throw.
This game doesn't have that much lasting appeal. Sure, you can play through the mini-games on various levels of difficulty, unlock new flights (darts), and character portraits but at the end of the day this game grows old rather quickly.
Lasting Appeal: 4