Back in 2016 we saw an isometric Kula World style affair drop on to Xbox One, as Sunlight Games pushed out One Hundred Ways to the Xbox Store. It turned out to be a pretty enjoyable little puzzle title too and so the news that Two Hundred Ways is to be hitting console and PC in the summer of 2021 is one that has got us pretty excited.
Sunlight Games are looking to move on from One Hundred Ways to provide gamers with even more of a test of the mind with Two Hundred Ways – a game that features no less than 200 brain warping stages that will have you needing to think like never before.
First time around we saw full focus set on moving a ball towards a goal, and Two Hundred Ways ups that idea, doubles the stages and ensures that there will be more than 40 logic-based tools to utilise. How you get those balls to their final resting spots is totally in your hands, and Sunlight Games are move than happy to provide the opportunities.
Full details of Two Hundred Ways and the exact formats it will release on will be coming in the weeks ahead – we’re going out on a limb and saying PC, Xbox One, Xbox Series X|S and maybe even Nintendo Switch and PS4/PS5 are looking likely to gather up a roll. For now be satisfied with the knowledge that those 100 stages you nailed last time around are about to be left in the past as additional tests come your way.
Let us know in the comments or via the usual social channels if you’ll be getting involved. Did you play the previous game? Are you still stuck on a specific level? We’d love to hear from you. And if you haven’t played it, perhaps you should – you’ll find it available from both the Xbox Store and on Steam.