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Bouncy action-puzzler To-Fu: The Trials of Chi ricochets onto App Store from midnight

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Product: To-Fu: The Trials of Chi | Genre: Action, Puzzle
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To our knowledge only the second game hero to be made entirely from coagulated soy milk (here's the first), To-Fu is springing onto an iOS device near you as we speak.  

To-Fu: The Trials of Chi is available for purchase on the New Zealand App Store right now, which means our American chums will be able to grab HotGen Ltd’s fast-paced platform-puzzler from 11PM EST.

UK owners will have to stay up past midnight if they fancy stretching their flexible friend – or, indeed, if they want to download the game. It’ll cost 59p/99c for those who take the plunge, or £1.79/$2.99 for iPad owners.

To-Fu’s trials will take him through 100 levels, with a number of different requirements to fulfil, ranging from simple orb collection to finishing a stage with one shot.

The trailer (below) suggests it’s one to watch out for, so be sure to check back for the official Pocket Gamer verdict, which we’ll bring you very soon.


 

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Chris Schilling 25 May 2011
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