One novel flow control strategy called torus' dimensional bubble flow control (TDBFC) is presented. At the same time, a novel adaptive routing algorithm called torus' dimensional bubble routing algorithm (TADBR) is also presented. The flow control strategy of TDBFC is designed for torus networks and based on bubble flow control and DBFC flow control. Since there are similar things between bubble flow control and DBFC flow control such as virtual cut-through switching and credit-based flow control mechanism etc, the flow control strategy of TDBFC is realized by integration of bubble and DBFC flow control. In torus networks, when the flow control strategy of TDBFC is accepted, the routing algorithm of TADBR can get the goals including deadlock-free and minimal distance even if the cyclic dependencies exist. The detailed proof is provided for these conclusions by analysis of the situation of all kinds of packet. Finally, the 2-D torus simulator called RingNetSim is presented. The simulator realizes the flow control of TDBFC and routing algorithm of TADBR. The performance of routing algorithms is evaluated by adjusting buffering space, communication models and arbitration algorithms. The performance results of TADBR algorithm are compared with the dimension-order routing algorithm. The results show that the TADBR algorithm owns preferable performance.