Hexologic is a challenging puzzle game coming to Windows via Steam, but also Linux. Since we reached out to developer MythicOwl, they are keen on a Linux port. So players can immerse themselves in the beautiful world of Hexologic. Solve challenging yet rewarding puzzles and also listen to relaxing music.
“We have not planned a Linux release, but since we’re using Unity as the game engine it would be natural if the game takes off ? Right now we are focusing on the polishing side for the platforms that we will deliver the game to on May, 29th.”
So you can take a dive deep into the game’s atmosphere. Immerse yourself into the Sudoku-inspired gameplay mechanics.
Hexologic Sudoku style puzzle (Windows, then later Linux)
Hexologic is a one-of-a-kind game built around the general idea of Sudoku. While this includes a twist, as the game uses hexagonal grids. Developers were able to rebuild the well-known game rules. Also bringing it to a whole new level of gameplay.
Thanks to their creative approach, puzzle game fans out there will get the chance not only to rediscover Sudoku. But also to fall in love with Hexologic too. Which is whole point of posting details about the coming release. Well that and Linux too.
So the game is easy to learn and a highly addictive logic puzzle game. Focusing on hexagonal grids, Hexologic reinvents the rules of Sudoku. Combining the dots and hexagons will be a rewarding experience for both puzzle game veterans.
These simple gameplay mechanics adorned with beautiful graphic design. Including relaxing music and challenging yet conquerable puzzles. Will hopefully guarantee many hours of fun for gamers of all ages.
- Relaxation, putting your mind at ease in the immersive atmosphere
- 4 completely different game worlds, each with unique gameplay mechanics
- 60 levels designed down to the smallest details
- Well-balanced puzzles
- An atmospheric soundtrack accentuating the game’s ambience
Hexologic will come to Windows on May 29th priced at at a price of $0.99 USD on Steam. So even if we have to wait for Linux support. Wine could be an alternative. And considering the price, it’s viable. The games also going to be available on Android and iOS.