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Michael L Tillery, Eugene G Harlan, John Martin, Samuel N Zammuto, Marcio Bonilla: System for remotely crediting and billing usage of electronic entertainment machines. Arachnid, Leydig Voit & Mayer, March 23, 1993: US05197094 (260 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for remotely crediting and billing usage of a plurality of electronic entertainment machines situated at different locations. Each electronic entertainment is connected via a transmission link to a billing computer situated at a central billing location. The establishment havi ...


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Michael L Tillery, Eugene G Harlan, John R Martin, Samuel N Zammuto, Marcio Bonilla: System for automatic collection and distribution of player statistics for electronic dart games. Arachnid, Leydig Voit & Mayer, May 19, 1992: US05114155 (207 worldwide citation)

A method and apparatus for conducting dart leagues or tournaments wherein players participate at multiple remote locations. The present invention provides a plurality of remotely located electronic dart games connected via a communication medium to a central control device enabling bidirectional com ...


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Paul F Beall, Eugene G Harlan: Electronic dart game. Arachnid, Leydig Voit & Mayer, December 4, 1990: US04974857 (72 worldwide citation)

An electronic dart game capable of being played by sight-impaired persons. The game includes a dart face forming a target for darts thrown by the players, the dart face including a plurality of scoring segments. An electronic processor is associated with the dart face for detecting a hit segment and ...


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Paul F Beall, Eugene G Harlan: Dart game with programmable displays. Arachnid, Leydig Voit & Mayer, April 25, 1989: US04824121 (40 worldwide citation)

In an electronic dartboard game having a visual display for providing players with game scores and the like, an apparatus for providing a customized image on the visual display when the electronic dartboard game is not in use is provided having, a processor operable in first or second modes. The fir ...


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Eugene G Harlan, Marcio Bonilla, John R Martin: Dart game with expanded scoring technique. Arachnid, Leydig Voit & Mayer, May 26, 1992: US05116063 (14 worldwide citation)

A target for an electronic dart game including a plurality of slidably mounted scoring segments arranged edge-to-edge and in a circle so as to define different scoring areas. Following a conventional layout for a dart game target, the target has twenty (20) pie-shaped scoring partitions that are pla ...