Video Darts
By Zion Systems
Commodore 64/128

Published in Computer & Video Games #52

Video Darts

Video Darts is about as exciting as a stale pint of beer with a stubbed out cigarette floating in it. It has absolutely nothing to recommend it at all. A sad thing to say, but true.

The game of darts itself - played either against the computer or another player - is spectacularly unexciting. Consistent scores of 180 are easily obtained therefore removing the slightest challenge from the game.

The graphics, considering the superb animation now available on other Commodore games, are extraordinary crude - a standard equally matched by the packaging.

The music, a grating rendition of Roll Out The Barrel.

But the real killer is the price - £7.95. Can Zion be serious?