In 3D Darts, you must throw your darts to reduce your score to exactly zero. Throw in the main area of the numbered zones to reduce your score by that amount. Hit the outer ring for double the points, and hit the inner ring for triple the points. Dead center is worth 50 points, and the green center ring is worth 25 points. If you go over the amount (i.e., take your score "below" zero), your turn ends.
This game has three difficulty levels, and you can play a game of 101, 301, or 501 darts. There's also a two-player mode if you'd like to challenge your friends.
Use the mouse or touch screen to grab and throw your darts. To use the mouse, click and hold the dart, move the mouse forward, then release to throw. Each dart's score will be reduced from your total. For example, in a game of 301, if you score 20, then your total becomes 281. Hit the targets to reduce your score to exactly zero points.
3D Darts Review
Once you get the hang of throwing, this game isn't all that difficult at the beginner level - especially when using a mouse. The computer opponent misses a lot of the shots, and it's not too hard to hit the 20 point space. I haven't had a lot of luck getting triple points on the 20, but I've noticed the computer getting it a few times, so I think it's at least possible.
Increasing the difficulty level to maximum makes the game a lot harder to beat because the computer becomes more skilled.