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Mar 15, 2010 | 9:38 AM EDT

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Tired of all the match-three puzzle games and want to try something new?

Hexagon is a new type of puzzle game that brings match three to an all new level!

Try matching 6 blocks at the same time!



Rated 3.5 / 5 stars

Interesting game

Well this was an interesting game the keyboard responded well to it, the effects were pretty decent aswell, i think you need to add more to this though it needs something extra besides what you have, maybe some mini bonus games or something

Add some extra bonus stuff or something



Rated 4 / 5 stars

This is Addicting!

This is a pretty good game,but it would be way better if you had a leaderboard where everyone could post their highscore.


Rated 3 / 5 stars

Pretty good...

It is pretty addicting although i can see where after a while it can get boring but all in all good job


Rated 2 / 5 stars


Although I kind of like the concept the game itself feels poorly executed. The controls are not so hot and were not clearly explained in the beginning. Also the game has no learning curve or apparent skill increase as time goes on. I don't think the "match three" genera applies at all here, and the comparison doesn't make sense. And if anyone is ever matching six in this game it is purely dumb luck. I am am giving this a passing score because it is ok, but it needs more work to be good. I think a version 2 that is a bit more refined would be nice. As it stands 2/5 4/10


Rated 2 / 5 stars

Good concept, poor execution.

I honestly think you've got something here, the problem is how it's worked exactly. If it wasn't all mouse control, that may help. Something like left and right arrows spin, space breaks... Also, I'd recommend some more easily differentiated colors. After a while, the yellow orange and red all seem to blend together. Blue green red, or even a darker shade of red and a lighter shade of yellow would help. The outer hexes could serve to be slightly larger as well, if that's at all possible. Although, I suppose they wouldn't quite tessellate properly... they barely do as it is... I'm not blamming it because the concept is sound, but it gets a barely passing score because the execution leaves me lacking the addiction factor. You should never want to stop playing a good puzzle game, and I had already lost interest halfway through my first playthrough. Levels may help as well, instead of an invisible counter which eventually makes the game physically impossible without cheating.