The tower in the arise mode should go faster if it's very low, otherwise the gamemode is very boring.
In Hexaria, you remove the gems from the field by including them into patterns, where the same order of gems appears multiple times in the same sequence.
Race against time in the Normal, Hard and Expert difficulties, prevent an ever-growing tower from reaching too high in Arise, be limited in your movements and plan in advance in Tunnel, or fight against a rain of meteors stacking to the top in Downpour. Not feeling like a challenge? In the Zen mode, you can make patterns on your own pace, while gaining self respect with over thirty mantras.
The game gains its ambient atmosphere with relaxing music, stunning backgrounds and minimal distractions. Also included is a feature that makes the game playable for colorblind people. Hexaria currently supports the English and Dutch language.
|Platforms||Windows, Linux, HTML5|
|Author||Auroriax (Tom H.)|
|Made with||GameMaker: Studio|
|Tags||2D, accessable, ambient, Colorful, hexagon, mind-bending, Mouse only, pattern, Relaxing, Time Attack|
|Code license||Apache License 2.0|
|Average session||A few minutes|
|Accessibility||Color-blind friendly, One button|
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Hexaria is a nice game. I prefer to play the Tunnel variant because it has no time limit. The point system could be better. Different music would be better. Is the title from Cafe del Mar?
I play the download version for Linux (Hexaria 1020 Linux.zip) on MX-15 Debian Jessie 32bit.