Hexalot

Bullet
  • A mind-bending puzzle game.
  • Captivating gameplay.
  • Guide your knights across bridges.
Min System request
  • OS : Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
  • CPU : 600MHz or faster Processor
  • Memory : 128

Review for game Hexalot

Experience ever-changing levels with thousands of solutions! You can even save your games. Enjoy enchanting music and beautiful medieval inspired graphics for hours of puzzle fun. Hurry up, before King Arthur's realm is lost forever!



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Genre : Puzzle

Find your A-HA! moment with mind-bending puzzles and jigsaw games.

Date release

September 24, 2005

Game Rank

3216 points

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A fun puzzle game
November 19, 2011

I enjoyed playing through this game in adventure mode (no time limits) and am trying again in arcade mode (time limits). There are 24 puzzle screens to solve and they get increasingly difficult quite quickly. If you are not careful you get blocked and have to restart the screen but I liked the challenge. As an older game, there were no problems playing it on my Samsung N10 netbook.

Good Old-Fashioned Fun!
January 28, 2012

This is an older puzzle game, but I thoroughly enjoy it! The concept is basically to go from point A to point B using the appropriate colored tiles (hexagons) in order to pass each level. It takes up very little space on my hard drive, so I just leave it up all the time (it creates a nice diversion from the norm). It starts off very easy and gets increasingly difficult, it also has great replay value if you like to better your score. Play for hours or just a minute, it will save your game from wherever you choose to stop. The music is a loop, so I always just mute it. If you like logic puzzles, and don't have to have all the new "bells and whistles" to be entertained, I think you should give this a try!

great
July 22, 2013

loved it cant wait for number 2 great game and long fun supburb

one of my all time favorite games
December 27, 2011

Hexalot is an older game and for those of you wanting something different try this out. I read so many reports that gamers are tiring of the same old same old HOGs, Match3's, etc. Hexalot is unique if nothing else. The previous reviewer here misquoted in saying there are 24 levels. There are 36. The game premise is simple, get a group of knights and clergymen from point A to point B. The initial grid patterns are really easy even for the beginner. Then the fun starts when the challenge is augmented. Each of the 36 grids has hexagonal shapes of various sizes and configuration. In some of the grids, there are multiple home ports while in others there is only one way to get the men safely home. The pathways used are crystals of various shape and size which when entered into the grid become a path for the men to proceed toward the castles. Some of the crystals are solid colors and there are multicolored crystals ( sort of wild cards ). There are poison bottles that show up every now and then. If a man passes thru one, points are lost. Some of the grids are mindboggling. Lots of beginners have lots of trouble with grids 17, 20, 21, 29 to list a few. It's a game that requires patience and the use of a mental roadmap. I own about 60 PC games, mostly of the HOG variety. However, Hexalot is the game that I have played more than any other in replay and it never gets old. The crystals when offered are at random and no game is ever played the same way twice. My wife started playing it a few weeks ago and she is in the hopelessly befuddled camp. I told her to keep plugging. I doubt if many players will ever read this review since Hexalot is a much underappreciated game. Those of you lucky or wise enough to do so should tackle the game . It is a gem of the highest quality.

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