On the Oche - 3D Arcade Darts Released

Discussion in 'Feedback Requests' started by grant@seriesone, Nov 8, 2004.

  1. grant@seriesone

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    Keep practicing people ;). I have played that challenge a few times now!.
     
  2. carl@seriesone

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    On the oche now works on win 98 and Me
     
  3. Martoon

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    Best I've done on the 60 second challenge is upper 300's. I think a goal of 700 to unlock more challenges might be a bit too high for most players. I'm sure I'll hit 500 or so if I keep at it, but 700 just seems higher than what I might expect as a reasonable challenge for a game. Maybe if there was a gold, silver and bronze level or something, 700 might be appropriate for gold or silver, but it seems pretty high as a requirement to advance.

    Once again, though, truly awesome game.
     
  4. carl@seriesone

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    keep at martoon im sure you will do it !!!
    Friend of mine managed it last night !
     
  5. grant@seriesone

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    Seems Carl & I have been playing the game too long :).
    OK, we have adjusted the 60 sec challenge to 501.

    Good Luck. May the Darts be with you!
     

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