How Do You Play Battleships With Darts?
Sinking someone’s battleship is a thrill relished by many board gamers since the popular game was sold. This version brings battleships to the dartboard, combining throwing skill, chance and strategy to make up this fun game. Place battleships. Each player writes down on on a scrap sheet of paper(don’t show anyone) the position of four battleships, lengths 2, 3, 4 and 5. The numbers represent the length of each ship and also the number of hits needed to sink each ship. Each battleship should be placed in a position on the board either in a straight line or around a circle on the board. For example, a battleship could be placed at triple 20, single 20 (inner wedge) and bullseye, spanning three spaces. Likewise, a ship could be placed on triple 20, triple 1 and triple 18 to span three spaces in a circular pattern around the board. Once each player has set up his ships, begin the game. Each player takes a turn, throwing three darts at random spots on the board in an attempt to locate a sh