Two Hundred Ways
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 10 64-Bit
- Processor: Pentium Dual-Core 2GHz (or better)
- Memory: 2 GB RAM
- Graphics: Graphiccard with a minumum of 1 GB
- Storage: 1100 MB available space
Single-player, Steam Achievements, Steam Cloud
Casual, Indie, Strategy
3 Sep, 2021
If you enjoyed the the first game then you are going to love the sequel that gives puzzle fans twice as many mental challenges to overcome. You can your whole family won't be able to get enough.
Two Hundred Ways, the long-awaited sequel to the brain teaser One Hundred Ways is finally here, and it does not disappoint. With an impressive array of 200 levels that will keep puzzle fans busy for quite some time, this game offers double the mental challenges compared to its predecessor.
The objective of Two Hundred Ways seems simple at first glance - guide one or more balls to the exit. However, each level presents unique obstacles and traps that make this seemingly easy task a true test of wit and strategy. What sets this game apart is its inclusion of up to three different layers per level, adding another dimension of complexity.
To aid players in reaching their goal, the game provides over 40 tools that can either make guiding each ball easier or complicate things further. The catch is that using more tools will result in a lower level score - so choose wisely! This added feature adds an extra layer of challenge and decision-making excitement as players strive for high scores while conquering increasingly difficult levels.
The developers have also made sure gamers have full control over their experience with features like zooming in/out on levels and rotating them for better strategizing. The real-time 3D isometric view adds depth to gameplay visually as players navigate through various puzzles with precision.
As expected from a quality puzzle game like Two Hundred Ways, difficulty increases gradually as you progress through its extensive selection of levels. Don't worry if you're new to these types games; there's a tutorial level available for each tool so players can grasp their mechanics before diving into challenging gameplay head-on.
In terms of aesthetics, Two Hundred Ways offers two beautiful themes accompanied by fitting soundtracks for enhanced immersion during play sessions.It's worth mentioning that the game caters to both English and German-speaking audiences with support provided in both languagesOf course if you enjoyed One hundred ways, you will absolutely love the sequel. But even if you're a newcomer to the series, Two Hundred Ways is an excellent choice for puzzle enthusiasts of all ages. Its challenging levels and multitude of tools offer countless hours of brain-teasing fun for both solo play or as a shared family activity. Don't miss out on this fantastic game - the next impossible puzzle awaits!