2Dart started years ago as an online dart-scorekeeper, which I used when playing darts at home. The simple interface and lack of features always made me want to rewrite the whole bunch, but I never did.
Now, four years later, I finaly picked up the project and wrote down the new requirements. One of them includes portability, so I can use it when darting at a friend's place. At that moment I looked at my Nintendo DS, and the idea was born.
When the first version was ready, I liked it so much that I decided to share it with the rest of the world. After it's first release I kept developing new features. Now it even has a built-in game so you can still play darts, even when not around a dartboard!
* Scorekeeping mode
In first menu, choose NO at the question "Play darts on DS?"
* Dartgame mode
In first menu, choose YES at the question "Play darts on DS?"
* Left/right-handed user mode
In first menu, and you can use the select button to switch during a game
* 301 and 501 game mode
In second menu
* Single or double player mode
In second menu
* Game statistics
After every game: dart count, dart average, highest score, lowest score, etc.
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