Play This Hot New Indie Game: Hundreds Is Out Now In The App Store

Hundreds

As we reported earlier, the collaboration between Canabalt developer Adam Saltsman and PuzzleJuice developer, Greg Wohlwend produced a fantastic game called Hundreds. Well, it’s out and available in the App Store right now, for a mere $2.99.

It’s a delightful puzzle game that teaches you how to play while you’re actually playing it, which is one of the best ways to learn anything, really. The colors are monochromatic shades of gray, with some reds thrown in for good design measure, and while the solutions to each level do promise to get fairly brutal, Hundreds is looking to be one of those games that wins the hearts of both critics, journalists, and gamers alike.

The point of Hundreds is to tap and hold on various circles to increase the number within it, so that all the numbers within circles in the level add up to, well, 100. Sounds simple, right? As the circles increase in number, they also increase in size, and if any two circles touch? It’s game over. Luckily, the level restarts right away without any of the annoying delays many games seem to throw in when you fail a level.

Give it a try and let us know what you think of it in the comments below. If you’re anything like us, though, you’ll be too busy playing it to comment much.

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  • Cortney Sauk

    Should be a .99 cent game… I can’t see why it’s $3

    I’ll wait till it’s on sale, I’m not paying an extra $2 for the dev’s name. (Yes I know it’s only $3, but I don’t feel like starting a precedent that someone can charge more because they made a “good” game years ago…)

  • JustinCrowe6

    Love my job, since I’ve been bringing in $5600… I sit at home, music playing while I work in front of my new iMac that I got now that I’m making it online(Click on menu Home)
    http://goo.gl/KPoiF

    Happy New Year!

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