A fun alternative to ordinary darts, these six-pointed, 3D printed soft-tip darts from design studio smallgran are perfect for electronic dartboards, giving players the thrill of tossing throwing stars without the danger.
An awesome pack of foam dart toys which includes a pair of pump-action, break-action, double-barrel shotguns, along with a duo of pocket-sized single dart blasters that can fire projectiles up to 80 feet.
Rocket scientist Mark Rober and his pal spent about 3 years perfecting their invention. This motorized dartboard is designed to track a dart being thrown at it, and ensures a bulls-eye assuming you’re somewhere within its board. It also can make you miss every time.
Like peanut butter and chocolate, soccer and darts come together to form something new and wonderful. This simple, but fun game from Foot Sports UK involves kicking Velcro-covered balls at a giant dartboard. It looks like a blast, and could be great for improving your aim.
Magnetic Games shows off a cool, but dangerous setup that uses small nail-like projectiles that have been charged with the same magnetic polarity as their launcher, resulting in “darts” that launch solely under the power of magnetism. Don’t try this at home.
We here in the hallowed halls of TA believe that it’s always good to combine pub games with office tasks. Good thing Kikkerland has made it so convenient with their Dart Memo Board. Now you can hit that deadline literally and figuratively.
Kooba is a unique spin on darts, in which 2 to 4 players use a pair of sticks to fling their pieces onto its game board. The game includes a strategic element which challenges you to attack other players’ game pieces. Game rules here.