## Game Progress

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Updated:
May 22, 2024
Release:
May 07, 2020
Platforms:
Browser, Mobile

### Instructions

Your goal is to get from 301 down to 0 points before your opponent. Throw your darts at the board to score. To win, you must get to 0 exactly, and your last shot must be a double.

First, click to stop the dart from moving left and right. Then click and drag to set the angle and power. Each wedge has a double-points ring on the outside border, and a triple points ring in its center. The bullseye is worth extra points, so try and aim for the center of the board!

You get three shots per round, then you have to calculate your new score. If you get it wrong, you lose a dart on the next round.

Play vs the computer, or test your skill against other players in online multiplayer. Do you have what it takes to be a darts pro?

If you need some help, make sure to check out our Coolmath Games blog on how to play Darts. We have some helpful tips and tricks to take you to the next level. You’ll be a pro in no time!

### How many points is a bullseye?

The bullseye is worth 25 points on the outside and 50 in the center! Surprisingly though, you can actually get more points by hitting the triple score section on the 20-point wedge of the board. The part of the board that triples your points is also known as the treble ring.

### Why is it called a bullseye?

The term bullseye is actually believed to come from archery. English archers would try and show off their precision by aiming for the eyes of bulls. Since then it has made its way over to the Darts community.

### What are 3 bullseyes in darts called?

3 Bullseyes in a row is known as an Alan Evans shot. This is named after the professional Darts player Alan Evans, who played during the 1970s and 1980s. Evans was a Welsh Darts player who was one of the top players in the world during his career.

Many people also refer to it as a hat trick. However, we think that calling it the Alan Evans shot is a great way to remember one of the legends of the sport.

### Can I play Darts to learn math?

Playing Darts is a great way to hone your math skills, especially with our Coolmath Games versions. In order to play Darts and win, you must be able to use addition and subtraction to calculate your points. If you fail to tally your points correctly, you will be penalized.

Along with this, you can play Darts to understand multiplication better. By hitting the multiplier rings that surround the board, you can increase your points and get one step closer to victory.

### How far do you stand from the dartboard?

The official rules say that you must stand 5 feet 8 inches from the dartboard. However, in the Coolmath Games version, we already set you up at the proper distance. No need to worry about your foot placement!

### What are some games like Darts?

There are a few aiming games here at Coolmath Games that have a very similar style of gameplay to Darts. One game that we highly recommend for you to check out is Penalty Kick Online. Much like Darts, it involves combining aiming with math to make for a fun and multi-dimensional gaming experience. To learn more about Penalty Kick Online, we have an entire blog all about how to play Penalty Kick Online. Make sure to go and check it out!

### When was Darts invented?

Darts was officially invented in 1896 by an Englishman named Brian Gamlin. However, Darts may have been unofficially made as far back as the 14th century. To learn more about this, check out our Coolmath Games blog on the history of Darts

## How to play Darts on your phone

To play Darts easily any time, you can add it directly to your phone as an app. It’s a great way to play without worrying about losing your game save data.

For iOS devices, simply tap the "Share" icon in Safari and select "Add to Home Screen". For Android devices, tap the “Menu” icon and select "Install App".

Your goal is to get from 301 down to 0 points before your opponent. Throw your darts at the board to score. To win, you must get to 0 exactly, and your last shot must be a double.

First, click to stop the dart from moving left and right. Then click and drag to set the angle and power. Each wedge has a double-points ring on the outside border, and a triple points ring in its center. The bullseye is worth extra points, so try and aim for the center of the board!

You get three shots per round, then you have to calculate your new score. If you get it wrong, you lose a dart on the next round.

Play vs the computer, or test your skill against other players in online multiplayer. Do you have what it takes to be a darts pro?

If you need some help, make sure to check out our Coolmath Games blog on how to play Darts. We have some helpful tips and tricks to take you to the next level. You’ll be a pro in no time!

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