The sequel to 2015’s One Hundred Ways, cleverly titled Two Hundred Ways, is now available for Xbox. This includes both Xbox One, as well as Series X|S.
The brain-teasing puzzle game from German developer Sunlight Games was released earlier this year for PC. It is coming soon for PlayStation and Nintendo Switch.
Featuring 200 levels of puzzles and a gradually increasing difficulty, players can also expect the following:
- Real-time 3D isometric view
- Ability to zoom in/out of each level and to rotate each level for stratevic viewing.
- Tutorials for each level.
- 40+ tools to make it easier (or more difficult) to guide each ball.
- 20 Hours of gameplay.