Hello everybody, Shaun Meyers here to share my thoughts on Hex by Studio Goya.
Hex is a meditative puzzle game where your goal is to clear all of the colored hexes from the game board. The game starts off with some pretty simple puzzles to solve but as you complete each world the puzzles will get more advanced.
There are 7 worlds in total for you to play through with 70 levels to complete. There are also challenge levels which increase the difficulty by quite a bit. Each world introduces new mechanics such as Portals, White Tiles and Wall Tiles. There are 12 unique tile types in all and they each change up the gameplay a little bit.
One thing that I really enjoy about this game is the music. It’s really relaxing to listen to and it adds to the overall experience.
Overall, Hex is a fun puzzle game with a simple objective to achieve. It likely won’t be a game that everyone is going to enjoy but if you’re looking for a new puzzle game to play with a great soundtrack then I recommend giving Hex a try. I will also say that the game is great for escaping. It’s meditative music and entertaining puzzles make for a very enjoyable experience.
Thanks for taking the time to read this review folks. I’ll be back with my next review soon, until then, happy gaming folks.
Shaun Meyers Out!