Hexoscope is a Casual and Puzzle game for PC published by Sometimes You in 2016. Solving chaotic puzzles with your reasoning!
Hexoscope PC Game 2015 Overview:
The chaotic combination of hexagonal Chips should be arranged from the Power Source to the Power Receiver in this game.
Hexoscope is a new puzzle game that challenges your skills to create from Chaos. You should arrange the chaotic combination of hexagonal Chips to create a Chain from Power Source to Power Receiver. You should swap Chips with each other to combine their pins into solid Chain from Source to Receiver. The puzzle is arranged when the Receiver gains Power from the Source through the Chain. You only have to swap the chips with each other to merge their pins.
Hexoscope is a tile puzzle game with the goal being to build a red tiled path between two or more specific tiles. All tiles in between have different directional lines etched into them, allowing you to create one, continuous path. This is a design trope going back all the way to Pipe Mania (and can be seen in games as current as Loop and klocki), but Hexoscope throws in a couple of creative twists.
First, you cannot use a “black” tile unless you turn it blue…but you cannot turn a tile blue unless you successfully create a path into it with at least 1 red tile (or more in later levels). This results in some apparent roadblocks that might lead one to think that a board is unsolvable: Don’t fall for it, because that is exactly what this evil little puzzle game wants you to think!!
Features of Hexoscope:
- Unique gameplay.
- The relaxing music which is composed by Dmitriy “Cyberworm” Vasilyev specifically for Hexoscope.
- 72 chaotic levels of various complexity.
- Levels are randomized on each replay.
Minimum System Requirements:
- OS: Windows XP, Windows Server 2008, Windows 7, Windows 8.1 Classic or Windows 10
- Processor: 2.33GHz or faster x86-compatible processor, or Intel Atom 1.6GHz
- Memory: 1 GB RAM
- Free Space: 100 MB
File Size : 30.12 MB
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