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Rating: 4.3/5 (50 votes)
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Hexagonator

JeremyThere are hardcore puzzle games, ones with a capital "P," that are enjoyable only in the relief your poor nerves receive when the tension of a particularly hard and time-consuming level is finally over. For the less masochistic among us, those with kids, family obligations, tight work schedules, or just those that want to relax a little with something fun, there's Hexagonator, a soothing point-and-click puzzler from Char Studio that's perfect for those brief snatches of free time that present themselves throughout the day.

Just click and drag your hexagons to their proper slots so that the colors match to create a perfect pathway to harness the power that is the hexagon. Get them all in the proper order on the first try to receive all three stars at level's end. And don't be afraid to play this one late at night after the kids are put to bed and the worries of the day have receded. Here's one puzzle game that won't keep you up at night.

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uncopy2002 January 29, 2013 6:15 PM

This reminds me of Hexiom connect, but not as ridiculously hard as that game.

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VanellopeVonShweetz February 2, 2013 3:43 AM

It's exactly like Hexiom Connect... In fact it's the same game presented with different graphics. That doesn't feel right somehow...

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I'd say they're different. Hexiom Connect has tiles with different colours, which makes for completely different game play.

At least, I didn't get to any Hexagonator levels with multicoloured tiles.

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