Tornado Jockey is an original but a bit violent game in which you are actually a tornado. To move the tornado you just use your mouse, left clicking on the desired location. Also, if you hold down the left mouse button, the tornado will drill the ground causing even more damage. When the tornado destroys objects, the remaining pieces are taken to the vortex and added to the debris queue. To throw the pieces in your debris queue in a specific location on the ground, you just use the mouse right click to place it. This also allows you to destroy things more easily. Also, you can absorb water, electricity, fire, etc., and create more powerful storms and produce even more damage. Every level has a certain destruction goal that you must achieve before the storm duration reaches zero. If you achieve that goal, you can continue destroying things until the time runs out. The more you destroy, the more points you get. The targets are always marked in the red in the map, so what you have to do is follow the compass to reach those specific parts of the town.
In order to stop you from achieving your goal, there will be different weapons from which you will have to escape or break free to continue with your destructive work.
Regarding the graphics, we can say that they are average, not very impressive at all. Sound effects contribute to create the atmosphere of tension as you destroy things, and the music is nice, but very repetitive.
All in all, Tornado Jockey is an enjoyable game which has a lot of violence to my liking, but it definitely deserves a try.