Hundreds, Semi Secret Software's minimalistic puzzle game that tasks users with tapping and growing bubbles until they hit a specific threshold, is being re-introduced by Semi Secret. The reason? Apparently, a lot of things have changed. To name a few added elements: a new mode has been created, the number of puzzles has been bumped up, the presentation has been sharpened, and "something akin to a narrative layer" has been added since its initial debut at GDC 2012.

We don't have any hard details on any of this stuff, but we're guessing all this new content is going to be solid. Semi Secret has never failed to deliver.

Hundreds is still coming to iOS. In more recent news, it will apparently even run on iPad 1 at 60FPS, so take some comfort in that if you've got an older device. Semi Secret is offering up a "soon" as to its release, so keep your head on a swivel.

  • http://profile.yahoo.com/SPV52ARO3PPF7B7S6DIWESOPII Slerba Slerssen

    My old c64 can run graphics like those in 60 fps...

    • aaronsullivan

      It actually can't but they are very simplistic and minimal.

  • ImJPaul

    Looks very minimalistic and maybe even kind of boring. At the same time, I know semi secret. You cannot judge a book by its cover. Canabalt screens look like garbage but when you play that game and that audio comes on and everything comes together as a whole then that's where their magic is. They've never failed to deliver. Definitely buying this on day one.

    • drlemon

      It's very good, I got the chance to play it at indiecade.