Find the Golden X With Hyper Grid for Android
Do you like puzzle and logic games? How about minesweeper and Sudoku? If you answered yes to any of these two questions, then you will certainly want to check out what XDA member hyperbyteX has in stock for us. If you are wondering what the offspring of both minesweeper and sudoku would be like, look no further. The objective of the game is to find the location of the “golden x” and the way to do it will be by using logic and clues in the form of arrows and color coded values, which will tell you direction and distance to/from the “x”. It is a fun game with endless playing time, in case you are left with nothing else to do for a while.
The game is in its initial stages, but seems to be doing quite well so far. Please post some feedback in the thread to let the dev know if the game is good or not.
I released my first ever android game (made a few other apps but no games before). Its a unique puzzle game called Hyper Grid (there is a lite version), can you guys (only if you want of course) try it out and let me know what you think!
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