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Thursday, April 3, 2014
Super Hexagon Review
Hello everyone and happy Wednesday. This review is going to be a little short on account of the game containing very little to talk about. Today I am reviewing a fun little indie called Super Hexagon. Created by Terry Cavanagh as independent minimal action game with the sole purpose to dodge the outlines of certain shapes that are closing in on you. The game was released for Windows on November 27, 2012, it is also on mobile devices. The game is synced to an awesome soundtrack which speeds up as the player moves further into the never ending shapes closing in on them. With a certain amount of time that must be completed to overcome each "stage". For example, you start by making a line, which then makes a square, then a pentagon and so forth. With each amount of time bypassed the stage becomes harder and harder, until upon reaching hexagon, the player beats the stage, this take copious amount of time and quick reflexes to achieve this task. There are three stages, Hexagon, Hexagoner, and Hexagonest, each increasingly difficult with different songs. Its fun, tricky and puts your reflexes to the test. Hope you enjoyed this post and I will be back to my regular thing next week. Until then, have fun. Also, its kind of hard to explain the concept of the game in the way I did, so for a understandable explanation, watch the video.
This has been Jacob Arnold, signing off.