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Hundred

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rated 3.30 / 5 stars
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Genre:
Puzzles - Other
Tags:
puzzle
chess
tactics
insight

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Uploaded
Aug 8, 2014 | 4:11 AM EDT

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Hundred is a new puzzeling game presented bij NowGamez. In a square of 10 by 10 blocks you have to choose the square you start to fill the field with. Paint out the shape of squares making an L-shaped move (like the horse does in the game of chess). You can complete the level by painting all of the colored shapes. Every level has his difficulty.

@webmasters: If you want to add it to your site get the zip package at: http://www.nowgamez.com (Games for your site)

Reviews


TheAwesomeFishTheAwesomeFish

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Very good interpretation of the Knight's Tour here. Music is noticeable, but not distracting, so that's a plus, and the colour scheme is both simple and effective enough.

However, the lack of a cursor really, REALLY hurts it.


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nowgamez responds:

thanks!

About the cursor, for us it's showing, not sure why in some cases it isn't showing properly... we will look into that!


sonicmeerkatsonicmeerkat

Rated 0.5 / 5 stars

sorry almost impossible to play due to the lack of a curser.


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nowgamez responds:

About the cursor, for us it's showing, not sure why in some cases it isn't showing properly... we will look into that!


Dudeguy021Dudeguy021

Rated 4 / 5 stars

Good and original. Check your spelling and grammar.



emersonj9emersonj9

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

impossible to play as I cant see where my cursor is but the concept is amazing compared to other puzzle games

p.s. try adding the actual path so I can sees how I can colour that block


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nowgamez responds:

About the cursor, for us it's showing, not sure why in some cases it isn't showing properly... we will look into that!


CaptainSmugCaptainSmug

Rated 3 / 5 stars

It's an interesting game, but almost impossible to play on my laptop because the mouse cursor disappears in the game window - the only way I can tell where it's pointing, is if it rolls over an active object (square that can be clicked, or menu button etc). Too frustrating to constantly guess where the mouse is and prevents me thinking about the game itself. Also the instructions were a bit unclear, I guess not written by a native English speaker, which meant the first attempt at playing had to be abandoned when I figured out how it was meant to be done.

The game itself I quite enjoy, but the way it has been presented needs improvement.