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Дартс – это интересная игра, которая помогает развивать глазомер и ловкость рук, а на ZX Spectrum с его резиновой клавиатурой – еще и терпение. Благо существуют эмуляторы ZX Spectrum, в игру 180 можно попробовать поиграть и на персональном компьютере.

Как мы уже упомянули выше, игра 180 – это спортивный симулятор игры в дартс. Как и любая спортивная игра — она азартна. Кто-то играет сам, другой участвуя в тотализаторе старается заработать на чужой игре. В этой игре два игрока по очереди бросают три дротика в мишень, закрепленную на некотором расстоянии от спортсменов на стене. Мишень разбита на равные по размеру секторы. Всего секторов 20. Попав дротиком в сектор, игрок получает соответствующее номеру сектора количество очков. На разном удалении от центра мишени расположены кольца. Попав дротиком в кольца, игрок получает удвоенное количество очков (внешнее кольцо), либо утроенное количество очков (внутреннее кольцо).

Как и в настоящем дартсе, в игре 180 на ZX Spectrum состязаются два игрока. Если игрок один, то второго заменяет компьютер. При желании перед началом турнира можно потренироваться, стараясь выбить последовательно все секторы в мишени. Основная игра представляет собой турнир, который начинается с четвертьфинала. Таким образом, для победы нужно одолеть трех соперников.

В начале каждого тура у каждого из игрока по 501 очку. Выбитые дротиками очки вычитаются из этого числа. Побеждает тот игрок, которому быстрее другого удастся свести остаток очков к минимуму.

Эта игра на ZX Spectrum очень увлекательна. Особенно щекочет нервы колышущаяся рука, которая так и норовит уползти куда-то в угол экрана. Пользуясь клавишами управления необходимо стараться удержать ее напротив нужного сектора, чтобы нажав «огонь» выполнить бросок.

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Arcade sports

Keyboard, Kempston, Cursor.
The keys are redefinable.

180 is a darts simulator.


The Game:
You are now the proud owner of the one and only REAL darts game around. 180
has eight different opponents waiting to take you on, a two player option for
when your friends want to join in and a practice game to help you win when
they do!
Against the computer you'll play in a Championship knockout (coming in at
quater final stage) and to carry off the tournament you have to beat three
opponents. The game selects who you'll play and in what order at random
each time so that every game is different. Regardless of which of the eight
characters appear and when, they will get better as you progress towards the
final. Each of the players has his own style of play, with "favourite"
doubles and finishing technique. Working this out early in a match can often
help you win through.
The practice game, which we suggest you try out first, is there to help
you become more skillful at throwing the darts. There is (very) little luck
in 180. To win you need to have a good eye and complete mastery of the
throw. Practice is against the clock. You have to hit each number in
sequence, from 20 to 1, in a limited time. Easy it is not, but it is a lot
of fun and it will develop your skills for the big match!

501 And All That:
The main game is "standard" matchplay darts, where the two players compete
to see who can score 501 first, on a best out of three basis (called sets).
You can throw at any part of the board you like but you must finish by
hitting a double, ie. if you need 4 to win, you aim for double two, not
single four. The bullseye in the centre of the board counts as "double 25"
and is thus a legal finishing shot.
With the maximum possible score being the (infamous) 180 (three treble 20
hits) it follows that the highest number you can finish from is 170 (two
treble 20, bullseye) and there are "preferred" (ie. easier) ways to score
most of the possible winning combinations below that. To save you have to
work them out in the middle of a game, we list here one such set of
'finishes'. There are, of course, alternatives to many of the suggestions,
but this is how most of the professionals play it (see table).
In real life, the players in a match take turns throwing first - it is
called "having the darts" - and thus the advantage is shared equally between
them. The player who throws first should also be first to go for the winning
double, all else being equal. However, in 180 you will always get the darts
first - don't waste them!

Controlling The Throw:
Joystick is the recommended method of taking your shots, but if you use the
keyboard follow the on screen instructions to define your own choice of keys,
and with regard to which joystick interfaces are supported.
Push up to start "your" hand into motion. You'll notice very quickly that
up, down, left and right don't work! Only diagonal movements are responded
to, in order to simulate the difficulty of lining up and successfully hitting
the dartboard from nearly eight feet away. Push FIRE to throw. The control
system feels a little odd at first, but you'll soon get used to it. Practice
will make (nearly) perfect - honest!
Play the tune-up game a few times!

Screening And Throwing:
Whilst you are taking your turn at the board, the screen shows the hand
holding your dart, the board itself and the automatic blackboard. Make your
three shots and the score is automatically chalked up for you. At the bottom
of the board is shown your opponents score.
Once you've played, the screen will switch to an animated sequence as
your opponent tries to defeat you! (Look out for happenings in the
background!) Just as in the real world, there is nothing you can do here
except watch and weep as all your well laid plans are shot to pieces...

The Magnificent Eight:
So that you will know what, or who, to expect here is the list of experts
you might be called upon to play against in 180. Depending on what stage of
the competition you meet them their rating could be anything from fantastic
upwards, although some are always better and play differently. But we're not
going to tell you any more than that - there have to be some surprises in
life after all:-

Quater and semi finals: Mega Mick, Belly Bill, Delboy Des, Devious Dave, Sure
Shot Sidney, Limp Wrist Larry, Tactical Tel.

Final: Jammy Jim, World Champion and ace dart player. To beat him you have to
be more than just amazing.

Finishing Combinations:

No. Wanted Dart 1 Dart 2 Dart 3
170 T20 T20 BULL
167 T20 T19 BULL
164 T20 T18 BULL
161 T20 T17 BULL
160 T20 T20 D20
158 T20 T20 D19
157 T10 T20 D20
156 T20 T20 D18
155 T20 T19 D19
154 T18 T20 D20
153 T20 T19 D18
152 T20 T20 D16
151 T17 T20 D17
150 T20 T18 D18
149 T20 T19 D16
148 T20 T16 D20
147 T20 T17 D18
146 T18 T20 D16
145 T15 T20 D20
144 T20 T20 D12
143 T17 T20 D16
142 T20 T14 D20
141 T19 T20 D12
140 T20 T20 D10
139 T20 T13 D20
138 T18 T20 D12
137 T19 T16 S16
136 T20 T20 D8
135 T20 T15 D15
134 T20 T14 D16
133 T20 T19 D8
132 T20 T16 D12
131 T13 T20 D16
130 T20 T18 D8
129 T11 T20 D18
128 T20 T20 D4
127 T20 T17 D8
126 T19 T11 D18
125 T19 T20 D4
124 T20 T16 D8
123 T13 T20 D12
122 T18 D18 D16
121 T19 T16 D8
120 T20 S20 D20
119 T19 T10 D16
118 T20 S18 D20
117 T19 S20 D20
116 T20 S20 D18
115 T20 S15 D20
114 T20 S14 D20
113 T20 S13 D20
112 T20 D12 D20
111 T17 S20 D20
110 T20 S18 D16
109 T20 S15 D16
108 T20 S16 D16
107 T19 S10 D20
106 T20 S14 D16
105 T20 S13 D16
104 T18 S18 D16
103 T17 S20 D16
102 T20 S10 D16
101 T17 S10 D20
100 T20 D20 -
99 T19 S10 D16
98 T20 D19 -
97 T19 D20 -
96 T20 D18 -
95 T19 D19 -
94 T18 D20 -
93 T19 D18 -
92 T20 D16 -
91 T17 D20 -
90 T18 D18 -
89 T19 D16 -
88 T16 D20 -
87 T17 D18 -
86 T18 D16 -
85 T15 D20 -
84 T20 D12 -
83 T17 D16 -
82 BULL D16 -
81 T19 D12 -
80 T20 D10 -
79 T13 D20 -
78 T18 D12 -
77 T15 D16 -
76 T20 D8 -
75 T13 D18 -
74 T14 D16 -
73 T19 D8 -
72 T16 D12 -
71 T13 D16 -
70 T10 D20 -
69 T11 D18 -
68 T20 D4 -
67 T17 D8 -
66 T10 D18 -
65 T19 D4 -
64 T16 D8 -
63 T13 D12 -
62 T14 D10 -
61 T15 D8 -
60 S20 D20 -
59 S19 D20 -
58 S18 D20 -
57 S17 D20 -
56 S16 D20 -
55 S15 D20 -
54 S14 D20 -
53 S12 D20 -
52 S20 D16 -
51 S19 D16 -
50 S18 D16 -
49 S17 D16 -
48 S16 D16 -
47 S15 D16 -
46 S14 D16 -
45 S13 D16 -
44 S12 D16 -
43 S11 D16 -
42 S10 D16 -
41 S9 D16 -
40 D20 - -
39 S7 D16 -
38 D14 - -
37 S5 D16 -
36 D18 - -
35 S3 D16 -
34 D17 - -
33 S1 D16 -
32 D16 - -
31 S15 D8 -
30 D15 - -
29 S13 D8 -
28 D14 - -
27 S11 D8 -
26 D13 - -
25 S9 D8 -
24 D14 - -
23 S7 D8 -
22 D11 - -
21 S5 D8 -
20 D10 - -
19 S3 D8 -
18 D9 - -
17 S1 D8 -
16 D8 - -
15 S7 D4 -
14 D7 - -
13 S5 D4 -
12 D6 - -
11 S3 D4 -
10 D5 - -
9 S1 D4 -
8 D4 - -
7 S3 D2 -
6 D3 - -
5 S1 D2 -
4 D2 - -
3 S1 D1 -
2 D1 - -

T = Treble
D = Double
S = Single

Loading Instructions:
Type "LOAD" then ENTER

The program code, graphic representation and artwork are the copyright of
Mastertronic. All rights reserved.
(C) Mastertronic Limited 1986
Made in Great Britain



Crash: "The best ever darts game." 72% (CRASH #35, December 1986)

Curiously enough, there have been almost no darts games since 180
and certainly none as good. So the verdict still stands: it is
still probably the best darts game around.