Super Hexagon Comes to Android to Test Our Reflexes

Terry Cavanagh, one of the most notable independent game developers, has just been published in the Android market one of the most anticipated games Super Hexagon, less than two months ago a game that will test our reflexes and skills in one of the most frenetic games to Android after his departure in PC.
The mechanics of the game is very simple, because we only have that move around a central figure while we are dodging the obstacles that you approach us, accompanied by a few simple graphics along with a good selection of music. The game is less easy, but should not be confused with bad game difficulty, if not the opposite, as it is one of the qualities of the games of Terry.
It is very easy to fail in the first match in less than ten seconds, and if you survive the difficulty grows exponentially over time. This makes that you required much time training to be able to complete even the simplest level of the three that is there at the beginning, but is precisely that sense of challenge that makes a game so preferred. As a special offer, the game has a 66% discount, leaving it in 0.70€.
However, such difficulties are a problem, and it is that the creator has developed the game using a Nexus 7 trial and has found a noticeable delay in the device, which ended up delaying the departure of the game. This is a priori a problem device, but in this game, where reflections are everything and a millisecond it can not be missed, it makes it impossible to complete the latest levels since not is can fine tune the game to this delay, with what this tablet cannot be used despite its power and popularity.
Update: Due to requests given to Terry Cavanagh, Super Hexagon can already be installed on Nexus 7 tablets under the own responsibility of who installed it

Super Hexagon Version 1.0

  • Version of Android: Since 2.2
  • Developer: Terry Cavanagh
  • Download it in: Google Play
  • Price: 0.70€
  • Category: Tools

Super Hexagon is minimal action game by Terry Cavanagh, with music by Chipzel.