‘Darts of Fury’ launches this week

It’s been a while since our last update so it’s exciting to post with some big news. For the last 18 months we’ve been pretty busy working on our new game – ‘Darts of Fury’. And as the blog title suggests, it launches this week!

strange Check out this short gameplay trailer to get an idea of what we’ve been up to.

What’s it about?

kågeröd-röstånga single Darts of Fury is a darts game inspired by e-sports arenas, big budget game shows and the drama of the Ally Pally in late December. Our goal was to capture the excitement and depth of darts, whilst still making it super accessible to everyone – whether you’re new to darts or you’re Phil Taylor himself.

Tuesdays It’s multiplayer, it’s mobile and it doesn’t look like any darts game you’ve seen before.

Why darts?

After the success of Table Tennis Touch, we felt that there was an appetite for a certain type of social sports game on mobile. Then a darts bar opened near the Yakuto office, we got hooked and decided that we should make a darts game.

We realised early on that the mechanic of throwing darts is very natural on mobile devices and we loved the variety of game types that already existed in darts like Cricket, Shanghai and Halve It.

We wanted to design a fun, modern darts game and one that would introduce a whole new audience to darts. So the traditional pub setting went out and in came electronic dart boards, digital oches, a central jumbotron and exploding towers.

All the juicy details

Darts of Fury will launch on both iOS and Android on October 19th and will be free to download. If you want to find out more about launch features, then head over to the new Darts of Fury website.

Vanessa Gratton


Vanessa used to create Hollywood visual effects (and the odd rollercoaster). She now makes plans, spreadsheets and flowcharts.