Practice 501 by yourself and let DartPro record your scores. You can save your game to a database and chart your efforts to see how you progress over time. You get realtime finish suggestions: preferred finishes and pressure finishes. There's also a comprehensive Statistics section with an overview of high scores, high finishes, Global Average and Averages by Categorie.
How about playing a game online against a friend or a total stranger! DartPro has build-in support to connect to your Google+ circles and invite them to play a game. No friends to play a game? Join the DartPro community to find someone! There's also a build-in chat window for realtime communication during the game.
This is your typical game of 501, but you don't have to write down your scores: DartPro will display them for every player to see. Play against friends or family locally and let DartPro do the math. Games are saved to a database to see how you are doing.
Like a 501 game, but you get to pick your starting point. Great if for instance you want to play 301 double in, double out, or 1000001 and practice your stamina ;) You get realtime finish suggestions: preferred finishes and pressure finishes. There's also a comprehensive Statistics section with an overview of high scores, high finishes, Global Average and Averages by Categorie.
You can play against yourself through your saved games. Beats any computer opponent because it's more natural and you try harder because you don't want to loose against your former self.
Practice your stamina without those nasty doubles. The coloured arrows indicate if your above or below your global Average in this particular categorie. Great indicator to see what part of your game needs improvement. There's also a comprehensive Statistics section with an overview of high scores, Global Average and Averages by Categorie.
The objective of this game is to hit a round of doubles in numerical order, beginning with double 1 and ending with double 20. Because some people like hitting the Bull and think it's an essential element in the game of darts, I made including the Bull an option. DartPro keeps track of the percentages, and you can save them in a database - just like you're used to in the other games. Round The Board is an excellent game to help you improve hitting doubles.
This is Bob's 27, a great practice routine developed by Bob Anderson to help you work on your doubles. Starting off with 27 points, you go round the board throwing three darts at each double from 1 to 20 in consecutive order, finishing on the Bull. Every double hit earns you the double's score and is added to your total, e.g. 2 hits on Double 2 earns you 8 points. Miss a double with all three darts, and the value of the double gets substracted from the total, e.g. 3 misses on double 6 and 12 points are substracted from your points. Try and finish the board but once you're down to zero or less the game is over.
In Cricket, the objective is to close the numbers 20 - 15 and bull. To close a number, you must hit that number 3 times. If you've hit it more than 3 times, every extra score is counted as extra points. This makes for very interesting game play, and is a great exercise in hitting important triples we need when finishing a game of 501.