HexaLines, Puzzle Game for WM
A nice rotating hexagons puzzle is presented by our friend and XDA member the0ne. You can play against two players (only full version) or versus the computer. You have to destroy your opponent’s hexagons or fill them with your color. The game ends when all the screen is filled.
This free version has some limitations like the fact that only a tiny little size of game plan is available, only one game mode (no eliminator), and you can’t play with your friends in versus mode.
Originally posted by the0ne
[HexaLines] A nice puzzle game
NOTE : The developer is new to xda-dev and wanted me to post this info here
an innovative strategy puzzle game for your Windows Mobile phone
Your aim is to fill up as many paths as possible with your color, you can add hexagons or rotate with them. You are playing against two other players – against your friends or against sophisticated computer players (AI). You can pour your color into your opponent’s lines and destroy their hexagons, or cut off their sources. Game ends if the whole game plan is filled, or if the only one player has survived.
You can download full version from PocketGear. There is free demo available!
You can find more information in the game thread.
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