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July 15, 2018

hexa knot [browser]

Swap hexes to make colorful knots in the chill puzzler Hexa Knot by Nebula Bytes.

12 comments:

WeeEck said...

Nice game, going to keep me busy for a while.

Anonymous said...

Good game - like the music too. Very easy to zone out and just keep clicking :-)

Anonymous said...

Ehh, it's certainly nice and polished, but it needs a way to lock pieces that you're sure about. Or better yet, it needs an area where you can store pieces off to the side until you're ready to put them in, like a typical jigsaw puzzle, which is essentially what this is. As is, there are too many aspects that just become too tedious, especially on the larger levels.

Sample said...

I usually like these sorts of puzzles, but for some reason, this one just doesn't do it for me. It might be the colors hiding behind other colors at times, or it might be that there's no internal gaps. It seems to me like it's just solving without actually doing any work. Compare this game to the ones like it by LogicalCell. The latter games are obviously authored and often make you re-think your solutions where as this game sometimes has multiple solutions. It just doesn't seem well-constructed to me.

Does anyone else feel this way?

Kaden Vanciel said...

I'm stuck on Level 15. Should there be YouTube walkthroughs?

Anonymous said...

Nice, relaxing game. I like how it was kind of hard at first (on the Tiny levels), but then I started to see the patterns of how it only makes sense for the tiles to go in certain places. Once you get how to fill out the edges, the interiors are easy enough. Until the 'Large' and 'Huge' levels, and then it gets quite a bit more challenging as there are often multiple 'valid' ways to places tiles, and you only find out that they're wrong until many moves later. Still, iterating along gets the job done.

Anonymous said...

Loved this! Thanks Bonte!

Anonymous said...

Oh and just when you thought you were nearing the end :)
Lovely relaxing game
THANK YOU to the creator and also to Bart for posting

Anonymous said...

How can I turn off the music ?
It is nice enough, but I want to listen to important stuff.

Anonymous said...

I did all 100 free levels & never had a to change a working solution.
So to be clear, there may be many tiles that fit, but only one total fit.

Anonymous said...

Chill puzzle indeed

Anonymous said...

It is SO AMAZING!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

 

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