Back in March I\u00a0attended\u00a0a pretty cool indie event called The Mix. Held at IGN's San Fransisco office the event brought together a collection\u00a0of independent\u00a0studios to demo\u00a0their games. There were\u00a0lots of interesting titles on show\u00a0but\u00a0my favourite was an unassuming iOS\u00a0game\u00a0called\u00a0Progress to 100. Eight months later and the\u00a0game is now available via the\u00a0App Store. Here are some screenshots.... Looks pretty basic, doesn't it? However,\u00a0despite its\u00a0minimalist appearance Progress to 100 is one of the best iOS games I've played. The concept is simple; read the clue\u00a0and work out what to do with your device to complete the challenge. If you think you could solve the examples above,\u00a0then\u00a0you have a good idea of how the game works. Progress to 100\u00a0delights\u00a0on a number levels. Firstly, it excels in creating lots of little lightbulb moments. Each\u00a0solution is obvious in hindsight\u00a0but be prepared for lots\u00a0of head scratching, finger tapping and arm waving while you figure things out. As the game\u00a0progresses the\u00a0challenges\u00a0become\u00a0increasingly\u00a0cunning and the clues ever more opaque. However, the\u00a0blame for any struggles always sits firmly with\u00a0your own powers of lateral thinking. It's also one of the\u00a0few iOS games that's fun to\u00a0play with other people. Progress to 100 uses\u00a0all aspects of your iOS device - from the touch screen to the volume control - in clever\u00a0ways\u00a0and\u00a0it's an amusing\u00a0pleasure to watch\u00a0others figure\u00a0out each\u00a0solution. Some of the game's 100 puzzles can be a little finicky to master - although playing on the larger screen of an iPad\u00a0certainly helps\u00a0- but these are small niggles\u00a0in a game that\u00a0is smart, frequently funny and highly recommended. Progress to 100\u00a0is available now on the App Store.