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A turn-based strategy game... with spiders!
Press Q to adjust quality. Don't miss the acceleration button, things will go a lot faster if you press it.
I Must say, At first when i saw this i was like, "Not another turn based game." But after a while, it got pretty interesting, I spent a good 1 1/2 hour playing this.
The only thing i found wrong was the speedup costing 1 PSI point, Though I only used the Power Command, and the Speedup.
Why can't I just play it sped up?
It took me an hour to play one level on this game. I really can not comprehend why it would cost you psi- points to speed up the game play. Most games incorporate that as an option for players to use once they are comfortable playing at a faster speed. It doesn't give you any real in-game benefit, so why does it cost me something to play an incredibly slow game at a more tolerable pace?
Also, if I sit through all of the levels, will I eventually be able to create more than three types of spiders, or will I continue to top out my evolution points before getting a decent selection to choose from? I guess I'll never know.
What I can see of the graphics is decent. As mentioned by someone else, though, the background matches the spiders pretty closely.
Nice, I guess
I'm not a fan of turn-based games, but this went over pretty well. I have to praise you for your creativity with the designs of the various spiders, not to mention it was funny to just put everything on high motion always and see them move apart in fast-motion. I will say that it was pretty difficult and a little hard to get satisfaction out of, but still not bad.
well well well i liked more the previous version 1.5 than this,here everything is automatic and i like to control the spiders ,but its well done but kinda boring i quitted after the tutorial,i liked 1.5 and its a lot better for me
Context? Context is for casuals.
Hexagon Puzzle Game
An old style, pixel-art noir adventure, inspired by classical point-and-click games.
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