We have now harnessed one of the most beneficial practice games to be played in our system. The great Cricket Bundle is a double-must for every player for so many reasons.
Grouping, accuracy, big numbers, Bullseye and pressure are all involved in this game, so what’s there not to like!
Seven throws makes it perfectly sized game for training and the pressure remains until you’ve thrown the last dart in hand.
In general we don’t like to give our players straight on guidelines, but this game is so familiar that we make an exception with Cricket Bundle.
Beginners should be aiming to receive 15 points, pub team players can be happy achieving 20, if you play in super-league you should reach 25 and those who are travelling to competitions nearby 30 will be your goal.
If you want to present your county or country 35 is the target and if you want to be seen on the TV-stages you really should be able to get 40 points now and then.
We also made this as a MICO-Factor game which means that after you played it at least 5 times you will see your MICO-Factor for the game. Read more about our MICO-Factor games here ».
You will also find the new in-app-stats for this game. By clicking the “Your Stats” button (in red to the right of the game) you will see interesting stats of your practice sessions. This new “in-app-stats” will be added to all our games one by one.
HINTS: I cheat pretty much every time I practise real hard! By cheating I mean using ‘Check-points’. Check-point in any game should be somewhere middle-game, so in this case it could be number 17. As I consider myself as ‘30 plus guy’ I should have at least 12 points done at number 17, then I still can up my game a bit and reach the required 18 points with my last four targets 18, 19, 20 and 25/50. But if I’m still below 12 points at this stage I just start again from the beginning!
This is just to brush up your peak performance, which I personally prefer compared to basic averages. It’s actually good to think you’re just a little bit better than you really are, because it may turn out to be true – when you believe in!
I know this must sound horrendous to all the stats-purists, but I am not one of them.
It’s up to you!