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One of the earliest darts simulations, the game has nine skill levels. Taking a shot involves two stages: First, players watch a cursor move around the board and press Enter to stop it on the desired number. After this, a small representation of the number's section, complete with double, treble and off-the-board areas, is shown - players press enter again to stop this in the desired place. As in real darts, the single-score area is largest, with higher scores being a smaller area to hit. The 'bust' rule is different to a real game of darts: busting loses a score from one dart, not the whole set of three, although it does end the player's turn. Otherwise, rules are the same as the real game - players toss darts at a board of scores, aiming for a score between 501 to zero, finishing with a double or the Bullseye.


One Hundred and Eighty! ZX Spectrum No score!
One Hundred and Eighty! ZX Spectrum Now trying to get the shot value
One Hundred and Eighty! ZX Spectrum Loading screen
One Hundred and Eighty! ZX Spectrum Treble twenty!

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  • "Spectral Darts" -- In-game title
  • "180" -- Loading screen title

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Martin Smith (66852) added One Hundred and Eighty! (ZX Spectrum) on May 31, 2007