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To-Fu: The Trials of Chi Screenshots

• Unique Stretch Control: Stretch and ping To-Fu using nothing but your finger. Controls that are designed exclusively for touch-screen. No buttons required!
• Substantial Challenge: 135 unique trials for To-Fu to master and perfect. Hours of gameplay and replay value.
• Booby-Traps: A plethora of obstacles to overcome: including 5 different surface types alongside an abundance of taxing traps.
• Truly Universal Experience: A game for everyone: from seasoned gamers to complete newcomers.
• Retina Display: Take advantage of your extra resolution with crisp, high-resolution graphics.

• Game Center support with 22 Achievements.
• French, Italian, German, Spanish and Japanese language support.
• 35 Extra Trials: Featuring all new puzzles and 105 more emblems to acquire!
• Unlock all Trials with an In App purchase
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