In addition, there are power-ups such as unleashing a torrent of arrows, firing flame arrows, or spawning a clone of yourself. Arrows also takes into account where you manage to hit your opponent. For example, an arrow in the head will yield you more score points, confuse your opponent, and drain more health points from his or hers health-bar than an arrow in the knee, which is only good for internet memes. Another highlight is the ability to enter your own victory messages, which will show up on the losing player's display.
While it's not yet clear when Arrow will show up in the App Store, and if it will reach other mobile platforms, the game already has a short, but sweet Korean gameplay video. Check it out and start practicing your accelerometer skills.