Shake, shout, and dance your way through 100 puzzles in the clever and charming new game from Ludosity
SKӦVDE, Sweden. – November 5, 2015 – Think outside the touch and interact with your iPhone or iPad in ways that you never imagined in Progress to 100! Indie studio Ludosity, in partnership with game designer Tim Garbos from Copenhagen Game Collective, today announced that its award winning puzzle game Progress to 100 is now available on iPhone and iPad for $2.99. Pour over 100 playful and puzzling clues to solve puzzles and make progress–each clue requires you to use creative movements, sounds, and touch to find silly solutions.
View the launch trailer here: https://youtu.be/-9OjD-ge7-E
Progress to 100’s visuals and interactions are characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality, staying true to Scandinavian design. The game features intricate, handcrafted sounds and music that create an additional level of engagement with your device and help guide you through the puzzles. The mind-boggling yet delightful gameplay also lends itself perfectly for any social setting–work together to solve the most difficult clues, or show the game to a group of friends and watch them hilariously struggle through the riddles you’ve already conquered.
Progress to 100 has received several awards to date, including:
People’s prize at IGN’s The Mix 2015
Pocket Gamers’ Very Big Indie Pitch 2015
IndiePlus Award 2015
Official Selection – European Innovative Games Showcase
Download the game on the App Store here: https://itunes.apple.com/us/app/progress-to-100/id959954514?ls=1&mt=8¨
For more information about Progress to 100, please visit:
Progress website: http://progressto100.com/
Ludosity website: http://ludosity.com/
Ludosity, founded 2008, is an indie game company based in Sweden that builds games with tight gameplay and timeless appeal. The company is experienced in developing games for a variety of platforms, including PC, mobile and tablets, and consoles. Recent titles developed by the company include Progress to 100, Ittle Dew 2, and Princess Remedy. For more information, please visit www.ludosity.com.
About Copenhagen Game Collective
Copenhagen Game Collective is a multi-gender, multi-national, non-profit game design collective based in Copenhagen, Denmark. The collective comprises a network of people and companies interested in independent game culture. Members include creative individuals, small companies, non-commercial interest groups, and game communicators and disseminators.
The collective plays, exhibits, creates, and cares about games of all types – digital or otherwise – with a slant towards types of play that the game industry’s big boys can’t or won’t address. The diversity of exhibits and game projects reflects their belief that creativity breeds creativity. The loose structure of the collective, encompassing a network of developers and collaborators, aims to create synergies between various projects.
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