Erkunden - Ausrüsten - Entkommen! Bei diesem Twin-Stick-Arenashooter musst du auf deinem Weg zum Ausgang des Hexodius-Komplexes die Angriffe der verschiedenen Droidentypen überleben. Decke die Karte auf, erkunde das Spielfeld und verbessere deine Drohne mit mächtigen Objekten.
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Veröffentlichung: 21. Juni 2013

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Erkunden - Ausrüsten - Entkommen!

Bei diesem Twin-Stick-Arenashooter musst du auf deinem Weg zum Ausgang des Hexodius-Komplexes die Angriffe der verschiedenen Droidentypen überleben. Decke die Karte auf, erkunde das Spielfeld und verbessere deine Drohne mit mächtigen Objekten. Benutze deine Daumen und deinen Verstand in den mitreißendsten taktischen Schlachten, die du je erlebt hast!

Features


Erlebe echtes Arcade-Shooter-Feeling:

  • Mitreißende taktische Schlachten in 6 verschiedenen Arenen im Arcade-Modus
  • 3 Missionstypen und Bosskämpfe im Story-Modus: Überleben, Zerstören und Verteidigen
  • 25 Arten von Feinden mit jeweils individuellen Stärken und Schwächen
  • Steige lokal und online bis an die Spitze der Bestenliste auf
Entdecke Den Hexodius-komplex
  • Erkunde und durchquere 6 verschiedene Welten
  • Unterschiedliche Umgebungen und Spielmechaniken in den 6 Labyrinthen
  • Jeder Schwierigkeitsgrad verfügt über ein eigenes Ende
Passe Deine Drohne An
  • Mit 40 Objekten und Upgrades machst du deine Drohe bereit für den Kampf
  • Lege die Freischaltreihenfolge der Objekte fest und entscheide, was du am dringendsten brauchst
  • Kombiniere verschiedene Objekte und Upgrades, um deine eigene Spielweise zu entwickeln

Systemanforderungen

    Minimum:
    • OS:Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Win7 (Versions x86 or x64 bit).
    • Processor:Intel Core or Core 2 Duo 2.2GHz (Intel Pentium D or AMD Athlon 64 x2).
    • Memory:1 GB RAM
    • Graphics:ATI Radeon HD 3600 or NVIDIA Geforce 8600, 256MB minimum.
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:300 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9 compatible sound card.
    • Additional:Microsoft Xbox 360® Controller for Windows® strongly recommended.
    Recommended:
    • OS:Microsoft Windows XP/Vista/Win7 (Versions x86 or x64 bit).
    • Processor:AMD/Intel 2.6 GHz Duo/Tri/Quad Core CPU recommended.
    • Memory:2 GB RAM
    • Graphics:Any ATI/nVidia with at least 512 Mo or RAM, compatible DirectX 9.0c and supporting Shader Model 4.0. ATI Radeon HD 3800 or NVIDIA Geforce GTX260 recommended.
    • DirectX®:9.0c
    • Hard Drive:300 MB HD space
    • Sound:DirectX 9 compatible sound card.
    • Additional:Microsoft Xbox 360® Controller for Windows® strongly recommended.
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DarkShamos
( 0.3 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 30. Juni
Eine absolute Sauerei!!! TOTALER FEHLKAUF !!!
Das Spiel spricht zwar davon das man es besser mit einem GamePad spielen könnte, dumm daran ist nur das keine einzige Taste auf der Tastatur reagiert. Mit andern Worten, das Spiel zwingt einen zum kauf eines Gamepads. Ich kann und will diese Art von missratenen Kontrollertypus nicht nutzen. Hätte mal vor dem Kauf etwas davon dagestanden das es nur mit GamePad zu spielen wäre, hätte ich es gleich verworfen, anstatt mir zu kaufen. Ich finde das ist eine absolute Sauerei, den mein Geld bekomme ich dafür auch nicht wieder zurück. Um das Spiel zu beenden hilft dem entsprechend auch nur der TaskKill via TaskManager, was ich dann auch getan habe um diesen Review zu verfassen!!!

FAZIT: Hätte der Hersteller klar und deutlich zu erkennen geben das es nur mit GamePad spielbar ist, oder aber wäre auf die Idee gekommen, bei einer PC-Version Maus und Tastaur zu verwendenung mit einzubinden, würde ich vermutlich nicht auf die Idee kommen hier meinen Daumen runter zu verabreichen. Aber wieso Sollte ein Programmierer für eine Software die für PC besteimmt ist auch auf die Idee kommen Maus und Tastatur als Eingabegeräte zu implementieren, nein ein GamePad ist da natürlich die erste wahl. Lieber Hersteller, diese eure Politik ist lächerlich!!! Wenn ich könnte würde ich hier nun 10 Daumen runter geben, dafür das ich hier die Katze im Sack gekauft habe!
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jwtrooper
( 1.9 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 27. Dezember 2015
Enjoyable arcade twin stick shooter. Seems most of the negative reviews are because of it needing an x-input controller. The game itself is pretty decent though. Would recommend.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
JehainNirakh
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 12. September 2015
worthless purchase. absolutely no response to keyboard and mouse.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Selva
( 0.8 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 26. August 2015
"Under system requirements it says "Microsoft Xbox 360® Controller for Windows® strongly recommended." This is incorrect. There are no KB controlls. There are no mouse controlls. There is no option for compatability with other controller types. Be warned."

Temporary Review Update:

Game has been updated since this review. KB & Mouse controllers are now an option, though some have reported issues with them. Specifically if other devices that windows labels "controller" are attached. The game seems to auto detect and put you into controller mode without question if these are present. Note: I have not personally encountered this.

So, now that I am actually able to PLAY the game, I will re-review it shortly. Alas, since Steam does not have aneutral setting I can not YET reccomend this game. Though the 30 seconds I have played so far seem promising.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
RoX
( 9.6 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 17. August 2014
Such a very underrated game and the Metacritic reviews are a joke. The 'God is a Geek' review for instance describes the game as "enjoyable" but then scores it a 40 out of 100, only for reasons by comparison to other games of it's genre. There are a lot of game reproductions on the market (the twin stix genre has to be one of the most reproduced) so its not really a fair reviewing Hexodius by comparison and not seeing it as it's own game. 'Hexodius', with it's own challanges, and characteristics that separate it from all the other twin sticks on the market. I need not remind the real gamers how many of them that are on the market but it's a lot and I'm a fan of everyone of them (well almost... *cough*Arcadia*cough* ,ehem.) and Hexodius is not an exception.

The game play is your basic twin stick arena shooter, you do get power ups which gives it a hint of action stratagy. The other part I didn't like about Hex was how stale the "Action" started out. Yes, it started off a little slow but the action eventually starts picking up becoming more challenging to the players skill level, and the arena's start getting a little more tricky to navigate, and enemies a little more stronger and powerful. In turn, you power up as well and there is no shortage to choose from, with 4 large sets that can be upgraded and customized.
Controls are highly programmable, in fact, makes this twin stick even easier to pick up and learn.

Yes, there are minor annoyances in this game... like the text popping up in the middle of the battle and pausing it, then throwing you back in... it kind of isn't kewl and you'll see that complaint on a lot of reviews. A minor design flaw. Really Dev's?! ...this is a robot based game... if you can't/won't hire voice actors, get a text to voice simulator!!!
Geez...

Graphics are okay (screenshots tell that story) but I'm not exactly sure why this will not run on my i5-HD3000 GPU laptop, as I have no problems running Assult Andriod Cactus... ?! (Currently running this on Phenom IIx4 810 w/ R9 280X - no probs)

Sounds are okay but also bring us back to the text issue. So I must note to devs: If you are going to progress a story, or write a book of instructions for the player, don't do it in the middle of the action, very few players will have the patience to read it regardless of the fact that it removes players from the game.

With more worlds beaten, more arcade modes are unlocked, so there is a decent amount replayability here but because this game cleverly infuses hazards in both the enemies and in the environment, it becomes tricky, with it comes frustration. It is sometimes best to experience Hex in smaller doses.

Overall I enjoy this game, I think the Metacritic score killed what should have been a more popular game, because 47 is a ugly number and in my opinion, it should have been in the high 60's or low 70's. Even so, over a year later, I still play and enjoy Hexodius.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
SliQ
( 3.1 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. Juli 2014
Mir gefällt es =)

Ist ein wenig wie Bubble Tanks für den Browser...
Zum zwischendurch mal zocken ist es sehr gut geeignet!

VG,
SliQ
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
Smatt
( 3.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 3. Juli 2014
Hexodius is a traditional twin stick shooter. Usually games that reccomend the controller before you even start playing, really grind my gears. However, With this one after trying both settings. I'm glad I got that message for a change, because with keyboard and mouse it was next to impossible to play.

The game is great fun and highly addictive, but from what I can see, not very popular on steam. I don't know why this is as its a fantastic game. You have a story mode, and a traditional arcade mode (with leaderboards everyone. Yes. You can own your friends). The story mode follows a very basic story and has several objectified missions to get to a dimensional portal at the end of the zone. There is plenty to do. And you get rewarded for exploring all the map with bonus unlocks and bonus health items.

Your ship is also fully customisable with whatever powers you desire from the menu, different combinations will give you different pro's and cons of course, but work out whats good for you.

The soundtrack to this game in my opinion is rather good, but gets slightly repetitive when you've been in the same zone for a while.

All in all, Hexodius is a great and addictive twin stick shooter, and there is a lot on offer if you try to give it the time of day. I give hexodius a 8/10.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
S_Jake
( 4.4 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 14. April 2014
While the concept is solid and the game inventive, Hexodius unfortunately lacks both the intensity and fun a good twin-stick shooter should provide.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
West_Ninja
( 0.2 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 21. Januar 2014
Oh God, I paid good money for this boring game. D:
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
.biz marquee
( 1.7 Std. insgesamt )
Verfasst: 29. November 2013
Hexodius combines a twin-stick shooter with customization and exploration elements in the form of ship equipment and a world map. Buy ship weapons or upgrades, or find them throughout the world, and equip them on your ship before a level. Weapons are unlocked through collecting energy crystals, a mechanic similar to Gradius (where Hexodius sort of gets its name).

Graphics are well done but nothing amazing, and a lack of diversity between level stages means the game starts to feel the same after time. The sound's well done but there aren't enough music tracks, which makes the stages in the same world feel even more same-y. Haven't tried playing with a mouse and keyboard but I imagine the fine precision of a mouse would make aiming easier. My biggest issue with the game is that it refuses to run at my native res, which means I need to run it in a window. The actual gameplay, however, is quite fun.

At $10 I'd only just recommend this, since it's a quite fun arcade game but the lack of polish really brings it down. At $5 however, it's a steal.
Hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig
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55 von 70 Personen (79 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.8 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 26. August 2015
"Under system requirements it says "Microsoft Xbox 360® Controller for Windows® strongly recommended." This is incorrect. There are no KB controlls. There are no mouse controlls. There is no option for compatability with other controller types. Be warned."

Temporary Review Update:

Game has been updated since this review. KB & Mouse controllers are now an option, though some have reported issues with them. Specifically if other devices that windows labels "controller" are attached. The game seems to auto detect and put you into controller mode without question if these are present. Note: I have not personally encountered this.

So, now that I am actually able to PLAY the game, I will re-review it shortly. Alas, since Steam does not have aneutral setting I can not YET reccomend this game. Though the 30 seconds I have played so far seem promising.
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1.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. November 2013
Hexodius combines a twin-stick shooter with customization and exploration elements in the form of ship equipment and a world map. Buy ship weapons or upgrades, or find them throughout the world, and equip them on your ship before a level. Weapons are unlocked through collecting energy crystals, a mechanic similar to Gradius (where Hexodius sort of gets its name).

Graphics are well done but nothing amazing, and a lack of diversity between level stages means the game starts to feel the same after time. The sound's well done but there aren't enough music tracks, which makes the stages in the same world feel even more same-y. Haven't tried playing with a mouse and keyboard but I imagine the fine precision of a mouse would make aiming easier. My biggest issue with the game is that it refuses to run at my native res, which means I need to run it in a window. The actual gameplay, however, is quite fun.

At $10 I'd only just recommend this, since it's a quite fun arcade game but the lack of polish really brings it down. At $5 however, it's a steal.
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12 von 14 Personen (86 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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3.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 3. Juli 2014
Hexodius is a traditional twin stick shooter. Usually games that reccomend the controller before you even start playing, really grind my gears. However, With this one after trying both settings. I'm glad I got that message for a change, because with keyboard and mouse it was next to impossible to play.

The game is great fun and highly addictive, but from what I can see, not very popular on steam. I don't know why this is as its a fantastic game. You have a story mode, and a traditional arcade mode (with leaderboards everyone. Yes. You can own your friends). The story mode follows a very basic story and has several objectified missions to get to a dimensional portal at the end of the zone. There is plenty to do. And you get rewarded for exploring all the map with bonus unlocks and bonus health items.

Your ship is also fully customisable with whatever powers you desire from the menu, different combinations will give you different pro's and cons of course, but work out whats good for you.

The soundtrack to this game in my opinion is rather good, but gets slightly repetitive when you've been in the same zone for a while.

All in all, Hexodius is a great and addictive twin stick shooter, and there is a lot on offer if you try to give it the time of day. I give hexodius a 8/10.
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7 von 9 Personen (78 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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9.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 17. August 2014
Such a very underrated game and the Metacritic reviews are a joke. The 'God is a Geek' review for instance describes the game as "enjoyable" but then scores it a 40 out of 100, only for reasons by comparison to other games of it's genre. There are a lot of game reproductions on the market (the twin stix genre has to be one of the most reproduced) so its not really a fair reviewing Hexodius by comparison and not seeing it as it's own game. 'Hexodius', with it's own challanges, and characteristics that separate it from all the other twin sticks on the market. I need not remind the real gamers how many of them that are on the market but it's a lot and I'm a fan of everyone of them (well almost... *cough*Arcadia*cough* ,ehem.) and Hexodius is not an exception.

The game play is your basic twin stick arena shooter, you do get power ups which gives it a hint of action stratagy. The other part I didn't like about Hex was how stale the "Action" started out. Yes, it started off a little slow but the action eventually starts picking up becoming more challenging to the players skill level, and the arena's start getting a little more tricky to navigate, and enemies a little more stronger and powerful. In turn, you power up as well and there is no shortage to choose from, with 4 large sets that can be upgraded and customized.
Controls are highly programmable, in fact, makes this twin stick even easier to pick up and learn.

Yes, there are minor annoyances in this game... like the text popping up in the middle of the battle and pausing it, then throwing you back in... it kind of isn't kewl and you'll see that complaint on a lot of reviews. A minor design flaw. Really Dev's?! ...this is a robot based game... if you can't/won't hire voice actors, get a text to voice simulator!!!
Geez...

Graphics are okay (screenshots tell that story) but I'm not exactly sure why this will not run on my i5-HD3000 GPU laptop, as I have no problems running Assult Andriod Cactus... ?! (Currently running this on Phenom IIx4 810 w/ R9 280X - no probs)

Sounds are okay but also bring us back to the text issue. So I must note to devs: If you are going to progress a story, or write a book of instructions for the player, don't do it in the middle of the action, very few players will have the patience to read it regardless of the fact that it removes players from the game.

With more worlds beaten, more arcade modes are unlocked, so there is a decent amount replayability here but because this game cleverly infuses hazards in both the enemies and in the environment, it becomes tricky, with it comes frustration. It is sometimes best to experience Hex in smaller doses.

Overall I enjoy this game, I think the Metacritic score killed what should have been a more popular game, because 47 is a ugly number and in my opinion, it should have been in the high 60's or low 70's. Even so, over a year later, I still play and enjoy Hexodius.
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3 von 4 Personen (75 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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3.6 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 23. Juni 2013
The game starts a little bit slow, but it gets more interesting after 15 mins.
I love the variety of enemies, the nice upgrades, and the map made of "board games like" tiles.
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17.7 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 25. Juni 2013
Amazing stuff !
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0.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 12. September 2015
worthless purchase. absolutely no response to keyboard and mouse.
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4 von 10 Personen (40 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
Nicht empfohlen
4.4 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 14. April 2014
While the concept is solid and the game inventive, Hexodius unfortunately lacks both the intensity and fun a good twin-stick shooter should provide.
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6 von 48 Personen (13 %) fanden dieses Review hilfreich
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0.2 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 21. Januar 2014
Oh God, I paid good money for this boring game. D:
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Empfohlen
3.1 Std. insgesamt
Verfasst: 29. Juli 2014
Mir gefällt es =)

Ist ein wenig wie Bubble Tanks für den Browser...
Zum zwischendurch mal zocken ist es sehr gut geeignet!

VG,
SliQ
War dieses Review hilfreich? Ja Nein Lustig