Agetec Tosses Touch Darts Onto Store Shelves

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Agetec’s DS dart game Touch Darts has made its way into retailers this week, according to Agetec at least. They say it’s been shipped, but I can’t seem to find any retailer even listing the title up for sale. I’ve searched a number of retailer sites and either get redirected to Clubhouse Games or get a return message saying the title doesn’t exist. If you can find it in a store near you, though, you’re in for a treat. Touch Darts offers addictive stylus-based dart throwing gameplay, four play modes including four-player multiplayer with game sharing, and 10 fun mini-games. Keep an eye out for it.

“Touch Darts does a fantastic job of bringing the authentic dart experience to the player,” says Mark Johnson, producer at Agetec. “With its controls specifically designed for Nintendo DS™, the Touch Dart’s gameplay faithfully recreates the feel and challenge that dart fanatics will be looking for. The developer, Full Fat, focused intently on getting the controls just right, and I think they nailed it.”

“This game is the perfect anywhere, anytime addition to a dart enthusiast’s collection,” continues Mark Johnson. “Touch Darts really gives the player the feeling that they’re just hanging out with their friends shooting a couple rounds of Cricket. Not only does it have the classics like 301, 501, Killer, and Round the Clock, it also has a unique Challenge mode that puts a new spin on the sport with its creative mini games. Speed Darts, a new challenge that has you aiming for a certain score within a time limit, will give even the most seasoned player a new and refreshing way to play their favorite game. With all of these additions to the old favorites, Touch Darts really delivers on the dart experience.”

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