is a combination of two iOS games, To-Fu: The Trials of Chi
and To-Fu 2
, and while I can't speak for how well the iOS version of those games felt, I can say that using the stylus on To-Fu Collection
reacts well and gives enough fine-control to make some interesting launches.
The idea is simple, you take your character, stretch him out and aim him where you want him to go. When you let up off the touchscreen, he goes flying off in the direction you pointed him. The walls are lined with everything from spikes to sawblades to bouncing pads to sheets of glass you slide down. Levels can also contain everything from rotating platforms to laser beams that will kill your character on contact.
Your goal in each level is simple, get to the giant pink fortune cookie. Along the way, you can pick up blue orbs called chi. Your secondary goal in each level is to get to the fortune cookie in the least number of moves with the most number of chi orbs. Each level has three trophies, one for beating the level, one for meeting the number of moves and one for collecting all the orbs.
While each level is relatively short, To-Fu Collection has 200 of them to let you try your hand at, and based on the fact that many levels won't let you get all three trophies in a single shot, usually because you can't get all of the orbs in the limited number of moves, those players who want to complete everything will want to replay most of the levels at least a couple of times.