Dart Scorekeeper , by Matthew Monroe

This program was written for the members of the Jorgenson Group to help them keep track of scoring and game statistics when playing the games of Cricket, 301, and Golf. It supports up to 6 teams of two players each, includes modes for both cut-throat and polite scoring, and ranks players based on a unique algorithm that takes player strengths and recent games played into account. The software includes a graphical representation of the dart board plus the ability to play sounds for each player and important events (customizable). See below for the installation file.

Cricket Screen Graphical Dart Board
Options Screen
Extended Statistics

The latest version of the Dart Scorekeeper for Windows 9x/NT/2000 is Version 3.02, available at: http://sourceforge.net/projects/dartscorekeeper/ (1.88 MB, March 6, 2006)
At SourceForge, click "Download Dart Scorekeeper" then download file DartScorekeeper_v3.02.1_setup.zip.

This version contains a Windows Installer MSI file to install and register each of the required files. It requires that you have the Windows Installer on your computer (Filename MsiExec.exe, v1.11, 7/21/00). The Windows Installer comes pre-installed on Windows 2000, and is also installed as part of Office 2000. If you do not have the Windows Installer on your computer, or if you are not sure if you have it, you need to download and install the Installer (1.4 Mb). You may download the installer from Microsoft:

Simply download the DartScorekeeper_v3.02.1_setup.zip file to a temporary directory, unzip it, and double click DartScorekeeper.msi file. If installing over a previous version of the program, be sure to make a backup copy of the Stats.ini file before installing.

A collection of sound files for various dart events is also available for download (1.0 MB).

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Last Modified March 9, 2004