Darts Club is a new competitive darts game by BoomBit for the iOS and Android platforms where you face off against other players, one-on-one, in a darts tournament. Your goal, of course, is to zero out your score before the other player does. You can earn coins and gems, make it to other bars, and earn chests full of new dart parts to improve your chances of victory. Read on for some tips and tricks for Darts Club!
The goal of darts is to zero out your score, but if you go below zero, you’ll bust for the round. The best way to mitigate this is to practice, and since upgrading your darts will change the flying characteristics of your darts. Luckily, if you go to the darts menu, you can hit the practice button, to the right of “your darts” in order to practice and perfect your aim.
Hit the bullseye or the x2 or x3 multipliers on one of the high-scoring dart areas in order to reduce the score quickly. If you have the score down to single digits and you’re on your third throw, and your opponent has a lot of points left, intentionally throw a dart outside of the circle in order to end your run, so that you can save your single-digit score for the next time around and score an easier victory.
Each time that you win a game of darts, you earn a chest. In addition, free chests pop up over a given period of time once the cool-down runs dry You can watch ad videos to take one hour apiece off of the chest-opening time for one of your standard chests. A victory chest will pop up once every 5 victories; it will contain parts from the arena that you’re currently on, and you won’t have to spend any time at all to unlock it.
Chests will contain coins, and some of the very rare ones will contain gems. You’ll mostly earn new dart components though. The components will be organized by rarity, so equip the rarer colors. Once you earn enough dart parts, you’ll be able to spend coins to upgrade a dart component, which will boost all of your stats.
Darts will be organized by power, stability, sensitivity, and aim. All of these contribute to your dart flying true to your swipe, but practice heavily with the bad darts before you get a lot of upgrades. If you can aim well with the bad darts, you’ll be able to aim exceptionally well with the good darts.