Hexplorer - Android puzzle game.

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  1. pastaread

    pastaread New Member

    Jun 28, 2014
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    Try to move the Alien towards the building. Find optimal path. You have to determine time and turns.

    In Hexplorer you have two types of game play: Speed mode and Logic mode. Also 12 different levels on each.
    Speed: Move Alien towards the building as fast as you can, you have limited time, but unlimited turns.
    Logic: Move Alien towards the building in minimal steps, you have limited turns, but unlimited time.

    Each turn gives you 6 steps, which you need to move on Sand, Ground and Grass.
    Sand landing requires 3 steps and 3 seconds.
    Ground landing requires - 2 steps and 2 seconds.
    Grass landing requires - 1 step and 1 second.
    Alien cannot move on water, and trees and tents are also blocking your path.

    Good luck and have a fun.
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  2. depad

    depad New Member

    Feb 21, 2016
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    The graphics on this game are pretty attractive. I sometimes found it a bit to easy though. It would be cool if you could unlock different maps, for example one map could have fire instead of water. More than 2 game modes would be interesting too, an online mode where you could battle against someone else to get to the building first would be awesome
  3. the_don_don

    the_don_don New Member

    Mar 29, 2016
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    I like this project for its simplicity. The colors and menus are fun and easy to understand. The concept is also intriguing, maybe even an early intro/teaching tool for A*
  4. nguyentrongvan

    nguyentrongvan New Member

    Sep 9, 2016
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    Thanks. Good luck!

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