MythicOwl just updated it’s most recent puzzle game, with loads of new content and features. Hexologic got richer and more challenging with new worlds, levels, hex types and a game mode, designed for most experienced players!
September 27th, Warsaw, Poland.
Today, Hexologic received an update, with 36 new levels, 2 biomes, updated soundtrack and lots of other features and enchancements.
Players can now embark on a journey through space and solve puzzles with a much more demanding and challenging settings, such as limited assists and shuffled hexes. First setting removes green bands informing about a solved row, second one randomizes values on hexes, bringing a new life to already solved levels.
The brand new trailer showing all the changes the update brought can be found HERE.
Hexologic is a popular hex-based puzzler and a creative reinvention of tile-based riddles. It features an artful design, relaxing ambient music and proves to be a challenge, even to the most experienced fans of logic games, such as Sudoku and Picross. Thoughfuly designed gameplay introduces new, more complex mechanics as we explore worlds – biomes.
MythicOwl followed it’s community’s advice and decided to extend Hexologic’s playtime and enchance the overall experience, making it more appaling to experienced fans of logic games. The update is free, now available on Steam and both mobiles, with Nintendo Switch to follow up shortly after.
HEXOLOGIC’S NEW FEATURES:
36 new levels
2 new worlds
New types of hexes with different abilities
New difficulty setting (limited assists, shuffled hexes)
Soundtrack extended with new, relaxing music
Improved in-game navigation (PC & Nintendo Switch)
Improved overall stability and bug fixes