Rating out of
- 301, 501, 601, 701, 801, 901
- Quick Cricket
- Cut Throat Cricket
- Scram Cricket
- Double Only Cricket
- All Fives
- Double Down
- Forty One
- High Score
- Round the Clock
- Shoot Out
- Bermuda Triangle
Operating Instructions: ESCORER-INT.pdf.
- Each game has multiple options and difficulty levels.
- You can play against the computer. You can even have a computer opponent with multiple throwers (if there are three of you throwing, you can have the computer play as a forth person).
- You can set the computer opponent at one of six different skill levels, from novice to pro.
- It can score up to eight different players.
- You can set up the '01 games as single in/single out, double in/double out, single in/double out, double in/single out, single in/expert out or double in/expert out (expert out means you can win on a double, triple or double bullseye to reach zero).
- There are a total of 24 games and 132 different options to play them.
- It does all the scoring for you and you no longer need to buy chalk/markers.
- It does have volume control. If you tire of listening to it, you can turn it off.
- It's not that expensive, it sells for under $90. It's much cheaper and has more options than the DartMaster III.
- Easy to use and simply plugs into the wall (you can use batteries if you choose).
- If you have wild throwers at your place, you'll want to hang this a little distance away from the board. The plastic will not hold up long against steel-tipped darts.
Recommendation: If you're tired of keeping your own score and are hunting for a computer opponent to play when you're practicing alone, this is perfect for your dart setup and it won't break your bank account.
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