X01 GamesThe 01 family of games are countdown games for 1 to 8 players. Each player starts with 301, 501 or 701 points, depending on the game chosen. The first player to reach exactly zero, or the lowest score when the round limit is reached is declared the winner.
The standard 01 games are available with the following opening and closing round options:
Features of All X01 Games
These are the various feats, stats, and other options available in X01 games.
Cricket is a game of skill and strategy played with the numbers 15 through 20 and the bullseye. A player must "mark" each number three times before that number is "closed". A single counts one mark, a double two, and a triple three. Points are scored every time a player hits a number he has closed. Once all players have a number closed, no one can score points on that number. The first player to close all the numbers and the bullseye and have equal to or more points that all his opponents is declared the winner.
Maximum points scored by players may be governed by a preset spread limit in some games. Spread limits control the point spread between players in an effort to keep the better player from running up the score and over - extending the game. For example: If player "A" has 89 points, then player "B" cannot score more than 289 points under a 200 point spread limit. When a player reaches the spread limit, he is forced to try and close another number, as no further scoring is possible until the other player(s) add points to their score. Spread limits can be toggled off or on in the test/setup mode.
Cricket comes in the seven variations as described below.
Cricket(1 to 8 players)
This is the basic version of Cricket. A 200 point spread limit is the default.Cut-Throat Cricket (2 to 8 players)
The object is to close all the numbers and have the lowest score. Once a player closes a number, additional marks will score points for opponents who have not closed that number. There is no point spread limit for this game.Team Cricket (4 players)
Played by four players as two teams. Each player marks individually; however, team partners score together as a team. Both partners must have a number closed before either can score on that number. The team with all numbers and the bullseye closed for both partners and equal or more points is declared the winner. A 400 point spread limit is the default.Lowball Cricket (1 to 8 players)
Playing numbers are 1 through 6 and the bullseye. If the double bull is used, it will score 4 points for and outer and 8 points for an inner. Single bull scores 8 points for either. The first player to close all the numbers and the bullseye and has equal or more points than his opponents is declared the winner.
A player can win the game with a "Wicket". End the game with a "Wicket" by scoring a triple 1, triple, 2, and triple 3 all in the same turn. The player can only "Wicket Out" if you have not previously marked numbers 1, 2, or 3, with any dart during the game. A 20 point spread limit is the default.Wild Card Cricket (1 to 8 Players)
Instead of the traditional numbers, this game will start with a random selection of six numbers from 7 through 20 (the bullseye will always be present). All numbers are "Wild" and will change at the end of each player’s turn if not marked. Once a number is marked, it will remain the same throughout the rest of the game. A 200 point spread limit is the default.Cricket Quickie (1 to 8 players)
This game plays exactly like Cricket except this game only has a round limit of 10. Because of its short round limit it is also less expensive than regular Cricket. The final difference is that this game has no spread limit.
Features of All Cricket Games
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(1 to 8 Players)
Count Up is a good game for learning darts, allowing the player to develop throwing technique without being distracted by strategy. Each player begins with zero points and tries to score the most points to win the game. All segments will score points and a winner is declared at the end of 8 rounds.
Features of Count Up
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The clock times how long it takes to go from 901 to exactly zero. When a game is completed within the ten fastest times, an input screen appears, where the player adds their name to the Top Ten List.
(2 to 8 players)
The object of the game is to be the first player to go from zero to exactly 301 points. Players may try to match their opponent(s) score at which time a bomb is detonated destroying the opponents score and setting it back to zero. If someone exceeds 301, the amount exceeded will be deducted from your original score for that turn. No matching bombs will be detonated.
Features of Gotcha!
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(1 to 8 players)
Players shoot at a new number each round. The numbers used are 12, 13, 14, Double, 15, 16, 17, Triple, 18, 19, 20, Bull, and Double Bull. Hitting any segment of the current number accumulates points for the player. For example: The first number is 12. A single will score 12 points, a double 24, and a triple 36. When "Double" is the current target, any double will score. The same applies to "Triple" when it is the current target. When a player misses the current number with all three darts, their current total score is cut in half! The highest score at the end of the game wins.
Features of Bermuda Triangle
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Tic Tac Darts
This is a variation of traditional Tic Tac Toe. The same nine square grid is used. The machine places the bullseye in the center square with randomly selected numbers in the other eight squares. Player "X" or player "O" claim a square by marking the number four times. Singles score 1 mark, doubles 2, and triples 3. The bullseye scores 1 mark; double bull (if used) will score 1 for the outer and 2 for the inner. The first player to get three squares in a row is declared the winner. In the event of a "Cats" game, where it is not possible to have three squares in a row, the game ends with no winner declared.
Alternatively there is an option in the Game Setup menu that allows the game to be scored with points as well as marks. In cases where the game would end in a "Cats" Game, the point total will be used to determine the winner.
Features of Tic Tac Darts
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(1 to 4 Players)
The object of this game is to get the ball into the hole in as few "strokes" as possible. A power bar, which is always pointing towards the hole, is displayed on the screen. The number that is displayed in the lower left hand corner of the screen shows the direction of the hole. Keep in mind that you may have to avoid obstacles yourself. When the power bar reaches the red color, the ball will move the farthest. Timing is critical however. If you wait too long, you may "whiff" the ball. If you wish to change directions of the ball keep in mind the ball will go in the direction of the segment hit.
Features of BS Golf
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