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Download size8 MB
- Windows Phone 8.1
- Windows Phone 8
- Windows Phone 7.5
- photo, music, and video libraries
- data services
- HD720P (720x1280)
- WVGA (480x800)
- WXGA (768x1280)
Supported languages (5)
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Enjoy Hexic® Rush, a newly designed speed-based approach to the classic Hexic® game! Unlike the leisurely pace of the classic Hexic® Marathon mode, time is not on your side. Let adrenaline power you through Hexic® Rush or try the more cerebral classic Marathon mode. The creators at Carbonated Games bring you Hexic® Rush for Windows Phone 7. Based on the popular Xbox 360 series of Hexic® games created by Alexey Pajitnov. Support: www.windowsphone.com/help. Key Features: • Hexic® Rush and Marathon modes • Xbox LIVE Achievements • Xbox LIVE leaderboards
10/18/2014Terrible. Slow. Not like Hexic at all. This phone may have the worst apps ever.
8/1/2014Love the game, but the way to spin the hexagons is confusing.
6/15/2014I love Hexic but this one the controls just suck!!!!!
4/15/2014Love hexic so much
2/21/2014This game is absolutely fantastic. Brought back great memories of Hexic HD.
12/5/2013No problem with making flowers. Love this game. Please add this game for Surface Tablets!!!!
8/6/2013This is an innovative and addicting take on the puzzle genre, and trying to unlock the Xbox achievements adds replay value. There are 2 modes. In the Marathon mode you cannot rotate clusters unless there is a combo possible, making it difficult to create flowers, but forcing you to take your time and calculate the implications of every move. Once you learn how to 'starwalk' (@opticon9 has a video link on Twitter), this mode becomes a lot of fun. In Rush mode you can rotate clusters even if a cluster isn't possible, making it easier to create flowers (but you also have to deal with timed bombs of increasing difficulty and forcing you to pick up the pace). The differences between the two modes mix it up well, offering two unique gameplay styles. For some reason you can only have one saved game at a time even though there are multiple modes of play, but it saves your progress exactly so you can easily exit the game and come back later to continue where you left off.
7/25/2013Great of course,but will never be as good as the Zune HD one:)