100 (115!) tricky levels to solve One Hundred Ways. The goal - to make the ball reach its goal - sounds simple - but it is not! To solve the levels, there are some tools available. Sometimes one needs to think outside the box to overcome obstacles. In December the game got a 15 level upgrade for more fun!
• 100 levels for a lot of gaming fun
• Plus 15 level for more fun, released in December 2015
• 10 tutorial levels
• Modern interface
• Optimized touch-control
• Over 30 tools that make it either more difficult or easier for the ball to reach its goal
• Slowly increasing difficulty
• Real time 3D-Iso-view
• Game in English and German
his game is optimized for devices from 7". But it runs also on smaller devices.
This update is signed with Apple’s latest signing certificate. No new features are included.
Ratings and Reviews
Poor controls feel buggy
The gadgets you get often time bug out to where you have to exit level and re-enter. Seems like a bad port and or bad support by dev. Wouldn’t buy until they fix.
Lovely looking game, and very fun to play.
The first 10 levels are a tutorial. Just do exactly what the robot says. Choose "play" from the menu bar at the top of the screen to make the ball move. Choose "inventory" to access the various tools you use to control the ball's movement to the goal. Tap on the inventory item, then tap on the screen where you want to place the item. After you place it, tap on it again to move, rotate or delete the item. Deleted items go back into inventory.
Now it's just a matter of figuring out where to put items and how to orient them so the ball ends up at the goal. That gets really tricky, and therein lies the fun.
Nice job, developer!
Feels like a bad PC port
The gameplay is fun, but getting to it is terrible. The UI is awful and confusing. This needs serious polish. Right now it seems as though the dev just ported it without any consideration for touch screen controls or size. Buyer beware!
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.