Ding! 47th floor. Now it's time to solve another puzzle that'll grant you access to the elevator car once again. Such is the progression through 100 Floors, a somewhat familiar escape puzzler by Tobi Apps Limited.
The core concept of 100 Floors is simple. On each floor you're presented with a single screen containing an elevator door that you've got to figure out how to open. Tap, swipe, pinch, and do other things that your mobile device is capable of doing until finally the level is clear. If you pick up something, tap it in your inventory, then on the screen to use it. If you're getting frustrated, you can also tap the red "home" button to return to the main menu, or the blue "reset" button to restart the level.
"Wait a minute," I hear you exclaim. "Isn't this just DOOORS with an elevator and a bunch of new levels?" To which I reply, "Yes. Why, is there something wrong with that?" And there isn't. DOOORS had a good formula, and 100 Floors doesn't ruin it. Some of the puzzles lack polish—such as one where you have to be really good at tapping the screen rapid-fire—but they are creative and make good use of the device's capabilities. Plus, it's hard not to feel like a genius after cracking a particularly puzzling level.
100 Floors is a free app and is available for both iOS and Android devices. The team at Tobi Apps Limited is still adding puzzles to the game, but at the time of writing, the Android version features 70 floors, while the iOS version has 90. So go ahead and give it a try. I'll see you at the top floor!