try setting a board silimar to that of dart board, with double an triples. Not sure what the game is called but is simalar to playing normal cricket .
Make a paper board target similar to that of a normal dart board. Depending on the distance you want to shot, make any size as like. I prefer 18 meters for this game.
This is how its played in darts and using an arrow is no different, just the game may be a bit slower.
You can play it a 2 person event. You set as many batters as you wish ie 5 or up 12 batters in your innings.
For this example,let pick 3 batters and the other person will be the bowler.
Each person gets 3 arrow per go. Bowler get 3 arrow each turn and then you swap and batter gets 3 goes to make runs. Once all batteries are out, you then become batter chasing your opponents runs. Bowler can not proceed to get matter No 2 out until he hit any where on the No 1 score on the target and so on. The batter continues to score while this all happening.
Bowler need get number 1 to 3 as fast as they can before you opponent (the battery) score as many runs as he can before you get all the batters out. The bowler (archer must hit the correct No before progressing to the next number to get all the batters out) after his turn the batter get 3 arrows and need to score as much runs as possible..It up to the individual which numbers he choose to aim for to get the most score/runs before the bowler get you out. While the bullseye score more point there is a good can of missing and hittin lower numbers. He may choose to hit 20 rather than optiong for 50 point. If you miss the 20, the no is right next to it. The batters scores as added to a tally sheet after each turn.
When all the batters are out you swap and become the batter. Just like in cricket where you need to chase the score.
check this youtube clip to give you and idea how its play. Im sure you could apply it to archery.
Im sure you can adpot this came to suit.