Work on your touch
Feel is extremely important in Darts of Fury when it comes to its controls. It's a ton of fun to use, but also requires you to be judgmental with your power on your throws. You need to slide your finger down on the screen for your wind up, and then forward to throw.
Getting cozy with your touch can have a big impact on your success. So make sure to practice this and pay attention to what you need score-wise. If the amount of points you need is towards the top of the board, then you may need to put a bit more power in your throw.
If what you need is on the lower side of the board, then you may need to go softer with your shot. But if that's that Holy Grail known as the bullseye that you're after, then the right amount of buttery softness should get the job done. Not too light, but not too hard either.
Check your dart's attributes
Darts of Fury features an attribute system that fits with the authenticity of the real game of darts. There are three in total that you should monitor. These being speed, stability, and slimness. What makes the former important is that it allows you to get your darts to the board, not only faster but straighter as well.
If you've ever played the sport, then you'll know how annoying it is when you see your dart bounce off the board because it was blocked. You don't need to worry about such a thing as much when your speed is in good shape. Stability is essentially like your dart's overall rating. It affects everything from flight to smoothness.
Lastly, you have slimness, and this is great for when you need to throw your dart next to another one you just threw. Having slimmer darts allow you to hit those tight sports basically. So these are the skills, and you can upgrade them as you play, or you can unlock some new ones that may have better attributes.
Head into Training Mode
Yes, that's right, there is a practice mode for you to put those fingers to the test. You can unlock a special Training Mode that features a challenge where you need to hit the highlighted beds on the board to score. You'll be given two minutes to hit as many as you can.
There is a slight catch to this mode and it's that you need diamonds to pay for it. You can earn them by playing the game, or you can purchase them with real money. The mode will cost 100 diamonds and you can purchase over 300 of them for $2.
And it is a one-time purchase so that much is good too. You'll then be able to play as many times as you want. Not only is this an excellent way to work on your accuracy, but it's a lot of fun too. The old saying is "practice makes perfect" and in a precision-based game like darts, there's nothing wrong with that.