Dart flies at very strange speed and angle, so this is learning process of hit and miss. The problem is that with each round board content gets completely randomized. That means you don't have the opportunity to fine tune your shot in case you are going after specific number of runs (the higher the better).
At the end of the game you will get to see statistics of how many runs you scored, how many sixes, fours and wickets. You also get points for unused (remaining balls). Each run is multipled by certain number to form the total score. Because it is much harder to score six than four, each six brings 200 points.
7 runs short in Cricket Darts Game
Playing in 'easy' mode was, as expected, easy. In my second attempt, I tried to beat the game in hard mode and was that close, only 7 runs short from 150 which is what's needed to win.