From the mind of @Dave_Perkins, in association with Fishbreath Labs, and with special thanks to the Godot engine and Fishbreath’s copious free time at his in-laws’ last weekend, we present…
Hexagone is a puzzle game played on a grid of hexes.
Play by selecting hexes in a chain whose values add to 7. (Click hexes to select or deselect them, or right-click to deselect all hexes.) When you finish a chain, you earn points based on the length of the chain (the length of the chain squared) and the number of times you cross between colors in the chain (x2 multiplier for every color change). The value of each hex used drops by one. When a hex’s value drops below zero, it disappears, and the spirals collapse inward.
Play carefully, though! When your chain enters the center hex, or runs through two zeroes in a row, your multiplier resets to x1.
The goal is to build up the highest score before the hexagon collapses so much that you can no longer make moves. There’s also a timed mode for shorter games: you have three minutes to score as highly as possible, and hexes missing after the spirals collapse are replenished.
Both modes are available on random boards, and on a daily challenge board (for offline play). Brag about your scores!
Get it for Windows (or Linux/WINE) or OS X.