Incredible Technologies Brings Back Lawn Darts

Posted: Mar 24 2009, 11:00am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 1:33pm CDT, in News | Gaming

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When I was a kid, my brother and I spent many a summer day playing lawn darts. Typically, our games ended up being less about getting the darts into the center of the big ring and more about my brother running across the yard as I hurled the darts at him.

I am sure that kind of use was what resulted in the game being banned and no longer for sale. IT Games, the guys behind Golden Tee golf have announced its latest game called Target Toss Pro: Lawn Darts.

The game has players tossing lawn darts in an attempt to hit a big ring and get as close to a read center circle as possible. The game accommodates 1 to 16 players and has team and tournament play. The game also offers a Raw Talk option that lets the characters spew colorful phrases with each toss to remind you of those long ago backyard cookouts with your drunken relatives.

Via IT Games

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