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Target Toss Pro: Lawn Darts T-Shirt Competition

Together with Incredible Technologies we're able to offer 10 XL Target Toss Pro: Lawn Darts Official T-Shirts to celebrate the release of the dangerous looking Target Toss Pro: Lawn Darts for WiiWare which was released this week in North America. The competition is open to the whole of North America – one size only. As always, answer the cryptic question below to enter – good luck!

About The Game

Lawn darts – heavy metal spikes with fins – have been outlawed for years. They're just too dangerous to allow kids (or anyone for that matter) to play with them in today's safety-conscious world. But as menacing as they were, you've got to admit that it sure was fun to fling one into the air and stick it in the center of the yellow ring (while missing your little brother). Yes, they're banned – but now, thanks to the creative geniuses at Incredible Technologies, they're back – and you can play the game safely on your Wii system in the comfort of your living room

Find Out More

The game is Out Now for download, expect our full review very shortly!

How To Win

It's simple, login or register and answer the question, we'll randomly select the winner(s) and contact them via email.

Enter The Competition

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Closing date for entry is 6th October 2010, winners will be contacted via email for their postal address, prizes will then be posted via registered mail. You may only enter once, duplicate entries will be removed. You must be a North Amercian resident to receive the winning prize.

Target Toss Pro: Lawn Darts was released in North America on Mon 27th September, 2010.

User Comments (16)



manleycartoonist said:

I had lawn jarts as a child and must say that all other outdoor sports suck by comparison. Frisbees? Crap! Horse Shoes? Junk! Nothing compared to taking those heavy spiked jarts and throwing them as high and far as you could!

@2: I'm not sure if they were made illegal, just too dangerous for kids. and guns aren't marketed as a children's toy... lawn jarts was.



Robo-goose said:

Earlier, I mocked this game. Recently, however, it has started to look kind of fun!
(Depending on the price)



LuWiiGi said:

Man, all these competitions are great, but they're all for WiiWare games! Any DSiWare competitions coming soon (maybe a Shantae competition?)

But thanks anyway NL, it's very kind of you to do these competitions!



bro2dragons said:

@zkaplan and manleycartoonist: yeah, but they could do like with, alcohol or cars or anything else deemed dangerous for children and make you have to show ID. but oh well. whatcha gonna do?

@LuWiiGi: it's for a t-shirt, not a game.



Zach said:

@bro2dragons You can get darts still, but marketing them as lawn darts is where the problem lies. I think you'd run into the same issue if you marketed guns as "Lawn Gun" and encouraged people to run around their yard and let children shoot at targets with them, or if you marketed cars as "Lawn Cars" and encouraged kids to drive around their yard in them.



RowdyRodimus said:

I still have a few sets of Lawn Darts. We've always had huge lawns so we seemed to buy a new set every year. In fact, we broke them out saturday when my nieces were here and the weather dipped into the 70's.



OldBoy said:

Yay, yet another competition on this UK site only open to americans not that I want that shirt but still.... Sort it out NL!!



Zach said:

Hey Luigi78, once a UK based company generously donates a free prize, we'll let you know!



Gabbo said:

Since 1988 Lawn Darts are, in fact, banned for sale in the US. Apparantly Canada followed suit the year after. I'm not sure about any other country though.

I remember playing with them as a child and let me tell you that with the exception of a flamethrower and a tank of propane I can't imagine a more dangerous toy for a parent to give to their kids.



TheBaconator said:

A perfect example of how dangerous lawn darts are would be Dead Rising 2. You throw it up in the air, and it gets lodged into the nearest zombie's cranium.



jangonov said:

@gabbo. Hey Hey, my parents let me play with "my first flamethrower" near propane. I survived. Now if you don't mind, I have to go apply more ointment...

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