DoodleDart - Dartboard
By Key Lime 314, LLC
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DoodleDart - Dartboard connects your iPad and your iPhone for a fun new dart throwing experience. Start by running the DoodleDart app on your iPad and DoodleDart - Darts (FREE APP) on your second device either a iPhone 4, 3GS, 3G, or iPod touch 2g (iOS4).
The two devices will connect using Bluetooth so you can play anywhere even without WiFi.
Your iPad becomes your very own hand drawn desktop dartboard and your iPhone now holds your brand new "paper" darts!!
Simply aim you iPhone/iPod by tilting it left, right ,up ,or down then with a quick shake motion you will throw your first dart!!! The dart will zip off your iPhone/iPod and if your aiming is right it will appear on your iPad and hit it's mark!!!
• Simplified Play for Younger Players
• Two Player Fun
• Wacky Sounds Effects
• Bluetooth "Peer to Peer" Connection to a second device.
( Second Device Not Included )
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KL Dartboard which features include realistic look and feel and Cricket/301 scoring built in!
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Fun use of technology
OK, it's not a perfect simulation of real darts, but it is a fun and creative way to put two neat technologies together. Having purchased both pieces as 'free,' I'd say they are well worth the price. One note: Hold the iPhone with its screen perpendicular to the ground, as shown on the image on this page, to throw the darts. If you hold the phone with its screen parallel to the ground, the darts will fly to the edge of the screen. (The directionality issue is the reason for the lost star; I figure if rotating the phone affects the horizontal position of the dart, it's a pretty inaccurate simulation. But it's still four stars worth of entertainment.)
A real novelty! I've only played with this game for a bit but I don't think it's really possible to achieve the true sense of dart throwing. That said, it's still kinda cool to throw the dart from your iPhone onto the iPad. That part works pretty well. You can throw in any direction and the dart pretty much hits the board anyway. There may be more of a trick to it than I'm getting.