'Hundreds' is the Haute Couture of Video Games (Ian Bogost)
Not sure if serious, but made me laugh anyway. I'm pretty sure it's satirical judging by these quotes:
The iPhone might be a device one can use on the toilet, but Hundreds certainly isn't a game one would play there. Do players of Hundreds even need to use the toilet?
It's a game for men with blonde stubble and square chins and herringbone trousers. It's a game for women with perfect skin and long, thin fingers.
Switching to your iPad might make things easier (you do have an iPad, don't you?).
For despite its claims to inclusiveness, modern design works best when it's exclusionary and pretentious, when it speaks without saying anything but just by being there. Realizing such a feat for video games, a medium so much more popular than it is cool, is an accomplishment. That the creators of Hundreds may not know they did it is a secret that you and I can smirk about silently while we play it.