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Darts of Fury

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It starts as a simple game of 101. Then you let your last dart fly, and the screen slowly pans around it in bullet time. Your opponent knows they’re finished before it even hits.

Bull’s-eye.

Simple controls. Snazzy visuals. What’s not to love?

Few games capture the real-life exhilaration of head-to-head competition like Darts of Fury. Created by indie developer Yakuto—makers of the equally impressive Table Tennis Touch—this unique take on a classic pastime is perfect for a quick multiplayer matchup. And it’s super-simple to play: Just swipe up on the screen to send a dart soaring. Your speed, release point, and choice of dart will determine how it flies and where it ultimately lands.

Darts of Fury greets you with neon lights, a futuristic arena, a roaring crowd, and mechanical dartboards that morph and spin into position. This is a future we can get behind.

The game showcases the extreme polish Yakuto is known for. Whether you’re checking out leaderboards, upgrading your dart barrels, or snapping on a new set of flights for a little visual flair, every tap matters.

Multiplayer gaming often comes with an intimidation factor. How will your opponent react? Will you be shamed for every mistake? Not in this game: Matches are quick, free of taunting, and therefore very enjoyable.

To keep the competitive fires burning, Yakuto has added a battle mode that gives higher-level players new ways to go head-to-head. In Count Up, first to 300 points wins, while Shanghai is all about nailing single, double, and triple on certain numbers. And in Cricket, opponents wage a tense duel of “locking” and “unlocking” numbers (by hitting them three times) so they can earn points off them.

People play games to have fun, and that’s what Darts of Fury is all about. Every throw, every matchup—win or lose, you’ll leave the game smiling.

    Darts of Fury

    Aim. Launch. Destroy!

    VIEW