Simple in concept, deep in design, Hundreds is a puzzle game that requires quick fingers and deep thinking. Editor's Choice, #3 iPad App, #5 iPhone App!
"Five stars out of five!" ~ TouchArcade, Mac|Life, Gamezebo, SlideToPlay, 148Apps, GameSaku, AppStorm, PixelsApp and more
DESIGNED FOR AGES 2 TO 222
The goal of Hundreds: Grow at least 100 points between the circles in each puzzle. Circles turn red and volatile while being grown and if they collide, it's game over. It's that easy.
UNWIND YOUR MIND
◉ Over 100 unique puzzles - no filler!
◉ Elegant, minimalist graphics
◉ Mesmerizing original soundtrack
◉ Sync progress via iCloud
“This is a game that challenges your brain and your fingertips... and, so far, the best new game of the young new year.” ~ The New York Times
“For a video game, this is nearly unprecedented—and a more complex accomplishment than it seems.” ~ The Atlantic
“A stylish-yet-minimal puzzle game... It's hard to explain, but genuinely hypnotic to play.” ~ The Guardian
“Most games on my iOS devices fall into the “puzzle” genre, but few of them possess the style and thoughtful design of Hundreds.” ~ Wired
“...it took the iPad to unlock the true potential of Hundreds.” ~ Paste Magazine
“Hundreds is a well crafted time killer, and like its predecessor Canabalt, impressively crafted, if often frustrating. For those seeking a stylish, challenging puzzle game, it’s worth every penny.” ~ Boing Boing
“Hundreds is every multi-touch puzzle game I ever wanted all at the same time.” ~ Zach Gage - Creator of SpellTower
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Hundreds is a Universal App with support for most devices, including iPhone 4, iPhone 5, iPhone6, iPhone6+, and all iPads.
Ratings and ReviewsSee All
Buggy but good
I'm enjoying the game, and I do recommend it. I find it funny that the game utilizes the "glitch" aesthetic, like twitchy letters and such, while also having some major bugs. The problem is, the bugs I've hit, I thought they were part of the game... until I realized it was broken.
So just a heads up: if you put more than three fingers on the second cipher, it will freeze the app. This is always the case for me, and ironic because of the contents of the first cipher.
(just checked, and this bug still exists in the new version)
Also, if you manage to double tap fast enough as to hit stage select and start round essentially at the same time, the game will completely wig out. I ended up playing a level on the stage select screen, while being able to select other stages at the same time, and eventually the cipher menu ended up in the background. Very bizarre.
(can't replicate this anymore, so maybe it's gone?)
Besides these things, the gameplay itself is simple yet challenging, similar to Eliss, and I'm really digging the simple style of the graphics. I kinda wish there were a bit more explanations to things, but the ciphers are a welcome and fun surprise.
I say get this while its on sale if you like a challenge and don't mind having to force quit the game every so often.
Another quality game
Like their game Wurdle, which is a simple word game that I have kept on my iPhone and iPad (unlike others that I delete within a few minutes after downloading or within a month or two) 100 is a game that is simple but deeply engaging. I have only played the first 10 levels. I stopped because I had to get to sleep so I could get to work in the morning. Otherwise, I would have stayed up and would have worked away at this game until I was blurry. The concept is simple. Enlarge the balls until you reach 100s. Do not let them touch another ball while they are red (growing). That is it! The challenge comes when there are more balls and they move around the screen, surrounded by bubbles, linked together etc. Movement is fluid. Try it!
Stunning. Gorgeous. Unbelievable.
This game is in a class of its own. Minimalistic, smooth, and intelligent. You are thrust into the midst of the game with absolutely no directions, expected to learn the rules of the game simply by participating and using your own intellect and deductive reasoning. That's how most modern games work, and if you're familiar with games on the PS3 or XBox, you'll have no problem figuring out how to work in the Hundreds universe, which changes on each progressive level. There are occasional word puzzles throughout the game that require you to reorganize the letters to solve it. I've only solved half of one (only began playing today) so far. The soundtrack is awesome, btw, and I'm so happy some smart, progressive-thinking gamers decided to make Hundreds. Thank you!
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