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8-puzzle: Hex

rated 3.64 / 5 stars
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Jun 12, 2013 | 3:05 PM EDT
  • Daily 4th Place June 14, 2013

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East 5 Points Passed level 19
North 5 Points Passed level 11
Northeast 5 Points Passed level 16
South 10 Points Passed leve 25
Southeast 10 Points Passed level 22
Southwest 25 Points Passed level 27
West 25 Points Passed level 29
Northwest 50 Points Passed level 31

Author Comments

Based on classical 8-puzzle.
Mouse click to move tiles and arrange them into pattern. The goal is to complete within minimal number of moves which is equal to current level. There is a hint which shows minimal numbers of moves left to solve the puzzle from its current state, so you can check your progress. First 17 levels can be skipped.
Progress is saved (or at least tries to) after each level, the hardest puzzle takes 31 moves to solve. It's my second submission, hope you like it.
P.S. In case of bugs/glitches - do not hesitate to PM me with as much detail about them as you can.
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UPD : Fixed fonts



Rated 3 / 5 stars

I had fun playing this game, but once I developed a strategy I blazed through the last 10 levels. All in all a neat idea that I cant help feeling like came from a preexisting brain teaser. Good game play and the retry button being highlighted once a puzzle is unsolvable render 3 stars for about 15 minutes of simple repetitive play.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

it's quite an addicting game!


Rated 5 / 5 stars

Excellent once again. The game was amazing, though obviously not as challenging as the previous one. Either way 5/5, I wish I could give more.


Rated 5 / 5 stars

I love this game
you have to think ahead in order to win at first I didn't know what any of the symbols or key were to play but I read authors comment and it help thanks a lot and rate
(100 out of 5)

DasSG responds:



Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Rather generic, but what really kills it is the fact that there's no undo button, meaning that you have to start over with a new puzzle every time you make a mistake, which is often.

DasSG responds:

Thank you for review.
Idea was to think beforehand and do no mistakes. You're the third one to note about Undo. Since the demand for Undo is popular, I think I'll implement it next time. This game will not be fixed with undo button for historical purposes, to serve as an example and possibly a warning, sorry.