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Reviewed in Best Minimalist Android Games. Weekly
This game is as difficult as bench-pressing a grand piano while conducting a symphony orchestra with your feet. To beat a level you must press several small moving circles, causing them to expand until the combined total of their numbers - which correspond to their size - reaches 100. Timing and dexterity feature heavily in this tricolored game, but Hundreds' diverse situations can only be solved with the right combination of actions - making this primarily a brainteaser.
Simple in concept, deep in design, Hundreds is a puzzle game that requires quick fingers and deep thinking. “✭✭✭✭✭” ~ TouchArcade, Gamezebo, SlideToPlay, 148Apps, GameSaku, AppStorm 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
Hundreds is optimized for both tablets and phones. You'll need quick fingers and a device that supports at least 5 simultaneous touches.
“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 [mobile] devices fall into the “puzzle” genre, but few of them possess the style and thoughtful design of Hundreds.” ~ Wired
“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