Interact with your iPhone or iPad in ways that you never thought possible! Get ready to be puzzled and amazed as you prod, shake, and dance your way through 100 playful puzzles!
** Winner of the IndiePlus Award 2015 **
** Nominated for the Independent Games Festival 2015 **
** Winner of People’s prize at IGN’s The Mix 2015 **
"Progress is the smartest use of an iPhone I’ve seen in a long while" - Dan Crawley, VentureBeat
"Progress to 100 is more than just a puzzle - it's a cleverly unique experience that will engage all aspects of your device as you figure out what you have to do to move on ... They're quite simple, silly, and yet so much fun" - Craig Grannel, TechRadar
“It's the sort of brilliant party piece, where you just want to show it to someone who hasn't played it before, and watch the cogs turn in their head, and see their eyes light up when they try out their silly solutions. It's an ingenious game” - Mark Brown, Pocket Gamer
Progress is 100 playful and puzzling moments in the life of your iPhone or iPad. Follow the playful and puzzling clues - use creative movements, sounds, and touch to find solutions.
The abstract puzzles will require your most creative thinking to move on. You will be shaking, prodding, shouting, dancing, and more. Progress will challenge all your expectations.
GREAT FOR PARTIES
Solve the most difficult clues together. It’s just hilarious to look at each other acting silly and crazy while playing the game.
The best experience is to show the game to a group of friends and see them struggle while you stand smiling, knowing all the solutions.
Visuals and interactions are characterized by simplicity, minimalism and functionality, true to Scandinavian design.
The beautifully handcrafted sounds and music will tickle your curiosity and guide you through the puzzles. Progress will take you for a stroll on the beach, diving underwater, and even rocking out at a concert.
Progress is developed by Tim Garbos from Copenhagen Game Collective, Joel Nyström from Swedish games studio Ludosity and Martin Kvale from Norwegian games studio Krillbite.
Progress is a premium game with no ads or in-app purchases. The game is not that long, but it's very unique and if you look closely you can find some extra secret levels here and there.
- Global release. Now available everywhere!
- More levels (and some secret)
- Unique levels for devices supporting 3D touch
- Performance optimizations, bugfixes (including iPod touch) and new sound effects
Ratings and Reviews
This charming puzzler features a collection of 100 playful conundrums that feel like a game of Simon Says hosted by a loopy kindergarten teacher. Our brains and funnybones got equal amounts of exercise, whether we were pretending to gallop on a horse, tapping out a distress call in Morse code, or trying to find something blue nearby to show to our device’s camera. As you inch toward that magical goal of 100 percent, the fun lies in figuring out what each cleverly vague instruction is asking of you.
It's not bad, but I've spent 99¢ better elsewhere. I'm a bit surprised at the hundreds of 5 ⭐️ reviews though. Maybe it's because rating the game is PART of the game, and you do it right after "tickling" it, which must be so much fun... I don't mean to be negative, but I'm about 60% done with the game, and I'm just tired of it. It's interesting to try to figure out what to do, but the video on the purchase screen gives away the idea behind what you're supposed to do and takes away the challenge. I doubt I'd ever open it again, so I'll just say it was a 99¢ lesson and remove it as clutter. Not awful, just not for me. Kudos to the developers for their success with it. 👍🏻
Very stylish, but not inventive enough
This is one of the many games in which you must use various feature of your phone to complete tasks based on some cryptic clues. The presentation is very minimalistic and stylish, but unfortunately most of the levels are not inventive enough. More than half of them require literal interpretation and not any amount of original thought. A bunch of them also repeat throughout the game ("go from a to b", "go to a from b", "go from a to b through c", etc). Overall, I don't think the experience is worth $0.99. If the developers add at least 200 more levels, I would be willing to update my rating to 5 stars.
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.