Hexcells is an ambient logic puzzle game for PC, Mac and Linux.
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發售日: 2014 年 02 月 19 日

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"Fantastic puzzle game, give the sequels a shot if you want a harder challenge."
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“It quickly reaches those magnificent moments where you’re working out new rules on the fly, realising that if you apply previously acquired understandings you can make logical leaps and eliminate or highlight in a brand new way. Those are special moments that only very few puzzle games manage.”
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Hexcells is an ambient logic puzzle game for PC, Mac and Linux.

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Mac OS X
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    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP or later
    • Processor: 2.0Ghz+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0+
    • Hard Drive: 60 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: OSX 10.5 or later
    • Processor: 2.0Ghz+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0+
    • Hard Drive: 60 MB available space
    Minimum:
    • OS: Ubuntu 10.04 or later
    • Processor: 2.0Ghz+
    • Memory: 2 GB RAM
    • Graphics: Shader Model 2.0+
    • Hard Drive: 60 MB available space
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2.1 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 12 月 29 日
Great puzzle game. As others have mentioned, its minesweeper, with some added gameplay elements. Relaxing music, no time limit, and a very zen like vibe going thru-out.

Acheivement hunters, its an easy 100%. Took me 2 hours.

Only drawback is its short, so try to find it on sale.
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2.1 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 10 月 31 日
It's like a cross between Minesweeper and Picross set to a soothing, chilled out ambient soundtrack, where every successful move plays a note that sounds like you're contributing to the score. Yes, it's as addictive as that sounds, but alas it's over in a couple of hours. But it's still enormously addictive, and there are two sequels...
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2.0 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 10 月 2 日
Great OCD timewaster!

The game is a mix of Minesweeper and Piccross within Hexagonal cells. It has beatufiul minimalistic graphics and it is very well organized within itself, keeping the player aware of new mechanics and making everything simple but escalating from it.

If you like Minesweeper, puzzles, have OCD tendencies, or just want to waste some time having fun while keeping your head occupied, then this game is for you.
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10.1 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 10 月 17 日
One of the best puzzle games I've played. It's a bit like minesweeper but without the frustration of logically impossible puzzles, and it's honestly much more fun and interesting. It's simple to understand the basic rules/tricks but levels can definitely be tricky. Luckily there is always a logical next step based on the clues you get such as "there is 2 blues touching this hexagon" or "there are 3 blues in this column and they are all touching each other". The clues get more subtle as you go on, and by the end you need to combine multiple clues and always be considering what clues have now become relevant with your latest move.There's not a huge amount of puzzles, but the quality of them is good and the solutions/levels are nicely varied. It's already a low price and in the sale it usually drops by a good margin, so it's definitely value for money whenever you decide to pick it up.
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4.2 記錄時數
張貼於:02 月 19 日
I usually satisfy myself with mindless clicking at things that move, clubbing zombies and “flamethrowing” aliens enough to make a batter-happy Flintstone giddy. After a while the repetitive slashing and gouging puts a strain on my steadily numbing mind and I need a break. Brainiac games like Hexcells provides that pause from the world of action titles that many gamers find soothing from time to time. The minimalistic interface calms you to the core like entering your hotel room, the first day of your sunny beach-filled holiday. Easy-peasy controls and rules, as most strategic puzzle games tend to excel in, are explained through directions (though for Level 1 I felt the couple of trial plays planted in the beginning of each rule change, would have sufficed). I’ve seen plenty of reviews exclaiming it as comfortably easy to finish, which isn’t quite true as new rules are added regularly and consistently starting at Level 11. This lessens repertoire and makes Hexcells highly entertaining for a puzzle game of its kind. It calls for the elimination and deduction tools we have honed through countless hours of playing games such as Sudoku and Minesweeper. There is no timer so in a sense is closer to a Sudoku that’s pleasing to the eye. Hexcells adds the “chic” that Sudoku lacks and the logicality which Minesweeper is deficient in through functions which allow no room for the guessing games and visuality to match. No function is lacking or overdone in Hexcells. As Goldilocks would say, “It’s just right.” It is one of the most accessible and convenient game I have ever played. The UI looks fantastic for touch screens and as I’ve been marooned on my laptop for a few months, it’s always heaven to play low spec games that won’t freeze mid-play and still provide high quality content to keep me amused for consecutive hours. It is also a great game for a few minutes here and there as an easy to start, continue and leave at any time type game that doesn’t bore. For example, the widely loved classic, Peggle will have me dozing off in a few minutes flat although it’s a sweet little thing.

The intermediate level starts around Lv. 18-19 and I started finding it mind boggling beginning at Lv. 22. After that point some are comparatively easier than others which didn’t reflect the actual order or the levels. Thank goodness because the couple of easier levels here and there let me hang on to my sanity!

Most of the reviews I’ve read stated plenty of appreciation towards the needlessness of guessing the answers. There is 0% need to speculate and everything must be calculated if you want to play the game to its maximum. Keep in mind that if you mess up once you’ll end up with the obvious answer which means it’s extremely easy to use trial and error to pick through the games effortlessly. This sucks all the fun out of it so I suggest you aim for 100% accuracy each time you play or try and forget the hex you just wrongly clicked and move on to something else so you won’t end up getting everything easy. Another tip I have is to try playing it as fast as your mind will think and fingers will click because the music sounds better that way. It has one of those almost interactive tracks so that what and how you click will determine a different sound that in turns melds into the original score underneath it.

In all honestly, the aspect the feature I enjoyed the least was the music in Hexcells as it is repetitive and some parts sound like an orchestra of mobile phones with annoying, monotonous ringtones. (Note: I understand that there was only so much the developer could do and it wasn't that bad, I'm just used to better soundtracks is all. ;D) Which is why I eventually turned down the volume and even then I still couldn’t quite stand it. It wasn’t the relaxed ambience I was hoping for but it wasn’t as noticeable when playing at a faster pace (clicking hexes in acceleration) for reasons already noted above. A better example would be Duet, the strategic arcade game by Kumobius (iOS/Android). The music is directed via the player’s fingertips as they go through the puzzles and it is scored in a way that’s surprisingly meditative for a game of somewhat high difficulty. The fluidity of a game’s soundtrack influences a massive portion of its play mood in any genre. Other than that, I’m interested in buying the other two as well for a rainy day and hope the background music is a tad better than the first one.
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85.0 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 11 月 1 日
Hexcells could be considered a spiritual successor to the classic game Minesweeper. Your goal is to determine which of the hexagonal cells on each grid should be marked blue, and which should be eliminated from the game, using the various clues given to you for each puzzle.

Unlike that classic, however, there is always a way to logically determine how to solve the puzzles in Hexcells without making a mistake. This sets it apart from games which use trial and error as a mechanic; while there is nothing wrong with trial and error, it's nice to see game that is designed thoughtfully enough to allow each level to be solved the first time without making a mistake for the observant.

Hexcells falls into that category of games which are easy to pick up and play, but difficult to master. Controlling the game could not be simpler; you need only use the mouse to confirm or erase cells and to navigate menus. The overall design aesthetic is pleasing both visually and aurally, with nice ambient music accompanying each section of the game. The music can easily be muted if you prefer, however. There is also no pressure; you can take as long as you need to solve a particular puzzle, and it's easy to back out if you need to take a break. All puzzles can be retried, and you can preview later stages as you unlock them through successful completion of the early stages. The only possible criticism, as I have seen pointed out in reviews on-line, is that you can't determine which puzzles still need to be perfected once you've cleared many of them, unless you write them down or something. Once a stage is cleared, its symbol in the puzzle index is marked blue, without any discerning marks to distinguish those you have perfected from those in which you made a mistake.

Hexcells is not a short game, but it's primary downfall is that once you've played through a few times, the replay value goes down. It's almost like the Portal series; once you have that initial moment of wonder and discovery as you solve each level, it wears off. You can't have those moments of discovery ever again as you have basically figured out everything there is to learn after so long.

But that doesn't mean you shouldn't give this game a try, and the price is right. The puzzle design is very thoughtful; it's clear a lot of work went into each one to make sure that players can perfect them all. This is the type of design that appeals to me. Even if I make a mistake, I know I can come back later and re-examine the puzzle for the correct solution. Unlocking all six achievements is absolutely possible time and practice, adding an additional layer of accomplishment. If you like puzzle games, give Hexcells a try!

8.0 / 10

If you need some extra help with this game, check out my newly-published guide to Hexcells: http://steamcommunity.com/sharedfiles/filedetails/?id=320523083
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4.5 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 11 月 2 日
Minesweeper x Sudoku w/ some great aesthetics.

Hexcells is a very relaxing game. It eases you in with the first few levels and then starting at around world 3, it gets a little bit more tricky. Your goal is simple enough: Right click the cells you think are blank, get a number that tells you how many blue 'hexcells' are adjacent to that cell, and then left-click the cells you think are blue. There are other variables introduced later on, but that's all you need to know at the start. Find all the blue cells in a level and you win. It's not an incredibly difficult game (it took me 4.5 hours to 100% the entire game) but the visual style and the relaxing ambient music make the experience worthwhile, especially if you get it on sale.

+Very elegant visuals and soothing audio
+Great gameplay concept executed perfectly
+Generally a fun puzzle game if you take your time...
-...but most of the earlier levels are too easy

Recommendation: Get it if any of the above sounded interesting to you. If it sounds too easy, get one of the sequels instead.
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5.4 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 11 月 6 日
Nice game as an introduction to the series. I wish there were more puzzles at this difficulty. This game is easy and very short. Completed to 100% in less than 5 hours while tired and not thinking as fast as I would while fully awake. I think most will find the price is a bit high for the amount of content.

Many say that the game mechanics are similar to minesweeper crossed with Picross (nonogram puzzles) on a hex grid. I would say instead of standard picross mechanics it is closer to the mechanics used in Picross 3D which are actually somewhat different than standard nonogram puzzles.

At the end of each level, you are awarded with a certain amount of progress hexes which are used to unlock more levels. The amount of progress hexes earned depend on the difficulty of the level and the amount of mistakes you have made during the level. There is no way of knowing how many progress hexes there are for a specific level or, if you missed any in prior runs, how many are still left to earn. This is only indicated at the end of a level and can not be checked on again without completing the level once more.

Note that Hexcells Plus has a much higher difficulty than this game and not just more puzzles at a similar difficulty. If you found this game too easy or think you may be ready to try to take on more challenging levels, go try that. Don't be fooled by how easy the first few levels are on Hexcells Plus. By level 12 you've already exceeded the difficulty of this game. If you've played Hexcells Plus, my advice is to not bother with this game unless you found that the difficulty curve was too steep and are looking for more simple levels to better get used to the basics of the mechanics.
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0.2 記錄時數
張貼於:01 月 21 日
Traditional Rating - 93/100
Recommendation - Minesweeper fans rejoice!!

Remember the free old Windows game Minesweeper? Remember how fun it was finding those hidden mines, and how you could feel your brain scream "NOOOOOOOOOOO" whenever a mine would pop its stupid head up and kill you? Remember how immensely frustrating it was when it was entirely impossible to solve levels without guessing?

WELL, NO MORE! Hexcells to the rescue.

Hexcells is very similar to Minesweeper in that you have to use various clues and reasoning to find the hidden blue cells on each level, but unlike Minesweeper, Hexcells' soultions can ALWAYS be reasoned, and if you're doing it right you will never have to guess.

The levels start out easy, with simple rules and puzzles, but new tricks are added just regularly enough to fully grasp, and before you know it, you'll find yourself scanning through 15 different criteria to find the 1-in-100 blue cell to start a level off. It's very satisfying.

Speaking of satisfying, the puzzles here never seem overwhelming or too tricky. Take my opinion with a grain of salt (since I have always loved games like this), but the level of difficulty in these puzzles was just perfect, and while some levels did force me to stare at them for a while, the solution was always there somewhere just waiting for me to grab it.

The Hexcells series is really 3 games: Hexcells, Hexcells Plus, and Hexcells Infinite. They each have different puzzles, and they are each worth getting, but Hexcells Infinite is the one to get if you're on a budget. It has the most advanced puzzles, and it includes a random level generator, so you can literally play to your heart's content. All 3 of them will slowly progress you through the mechanics of the game, though, so don't feel like you will be overwhelmed if you jump right into Infinite.

It's worth mentioning that the random levels in Infinite are mere pale shadows compared to the premade levels (they are often quite easy), but for fans that cannot get enough and don't want to go back to the guess-fest Minesweeper, they can be a lot of fun.

I highly recommend this game. If you're a fan of logic-based puzzle games, you can't go wrong with any of these 3 games. The prices are cheap, and the series is rather unique. If the devs could have just tightened up the infinite level generator ever-so-slightly, this game might be the only game I've rated to pass Brothers: A Tale of Two Sons.

Scratch that Minesweeper itch, my friend!
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2.0 記錄時數
張貼於:03 月 7 日
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4.2 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 10 月 11 日
Minesweeperest/10

Like Minesweeper, only it works. And it's clever as fukk.
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4.8 記錄時數
張貼於:01 月 30 日
Hexcells is a fun if very short logic puzzler. The objective is to reveal the number of blue hexes in each puzzle level. There are only thirty or so puzzles to beat and the game can be completed in a few hours. Early levels are relatively easy to complete but as you can imagine the last few are pretty complex to overcome without making a mistake.

Each level begins with some hexes providing some initial clues as to where the first blue hexes may be found. Numbered hexes reveal the number of possible adjoining blue hexes. Additional elements such as connected or unconnected chains, blues in a row providing additional clues. Together with these assisting functions the player must use their powers of deduction to complete each puzzle without making a mistake. Though each puzzle is entirely solvable, trial and error is possible though making a mistake with affect a "perfect" completion.

If you arent a whizz with logic or deduction then you will become frustrated on these harder levels. The fun though is completing each puzzle entirely through deduction rather than through trial and error.

I thought it was very enjoyable though personally I preferred LYNE.
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4.8 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 12 月 29 日
When I was a child, before I knew that computers were the key to the universe, I used to climb up into my dad's chair and play the classic, the only, the original—that's right, Minesweeper. Of course, at such a tender age I had no clue what I was doing. I clicked random squares and there were numbers and I could put flags down if I wanted to, but they didn't seem to actually change anything because sometimes I lost and sometimes I won, but I wasn't quite sure what caused it to go either way. And then I typically got kicked off of the computer anyways.

Hexcells is a game that will take you back to the days when Minesweeper was the only game that the school computers could run. It's an updated version of a classic strategy game with a bit of added style: you play with hexagons instead of squares. The board starts with an oddly shaped field made of orange hexagons. Mines are marked by left-clicking a hexagon, turning it blue. Hexagons are revealed by right-clicking, showing the number underneath if you click correctly and shaking the piece and adding a tally mark to your mistake count if you're too hasty in your decisions.

Unlike the original Minesweeper, Hexcells adds more complex features as the player advances further in its six sets of levels. Soon the board will be marked with various clues. Symbols mark whether or not the mines surrounding a hexagon are grouped together or spread out and how many mines are in a column on a board. These clues are cleverly used in each level to prevent players from reaching the frustrating Minesweeper stalemate: the point in the game where you are forced to rely on chance and click a random piece in order to continue to advance.

The downside to Hexcell's logic-friendly gameplay is its inability to randomly generate levels (at least, in the original Hexcells—more on that in a few seconds). Each level is hand-crafted to prevent players from getting stuck, which means that when you run out of puzzles, well, you run out of puzzles. However, for the cheap price point Hexcells provides a good few hours of entertainment, particularly if you're already fond of Minesweeper or enjoy puzzle games in general. In addition, Hexcells also offers a purchasable expansion called Hexcells Plus, as well as the inexhaustible Hexcells Infinite, which includes a rather effective level generator and the ability to play user-generated content. As such, the Hexcells Complete Pack is a cheap must buy for all puzzle aficionados.
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2.9 記錄時數
張貼於:03 月 9 日
Hexcells is a logic/puzzle game. One can describe it as an enriched version of the standard Minesweeper, but in a hexagonal grid.

The game is nice (the ambient music as well), but too short for my tastes: It only has ~30 fixed puzzles and it took me about two hours to finish, without much difficulty. I got this for 1€ in a flash sales so it was OK, in terms of the figure-of-merit: 1€ cost per 1hour of play. But, I strongly suggest you skip this game (and the sequel called "Hexcells Plus") and directly jump into the third and final game,"Hexcells Infinite", instead. Infinite has a number of fixed puzzles as well as a random puzzle generator to keep you playing forever.
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5.0 記錄時數
張貼於:02 月 27 日
Really fun puzzler that's tranquil when you need a break between getting angry at russian noobs and playing ♥♥♥♥♥♥ early access games.
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4.3 記錄時數
張貼於:01 月 21 日
I'd describe this game as a combination of minecraft and picross on steroids, hexagons instead of squares! How cool is that? It's a neat little puzzle game that gets tricky when you attempt to go for a perfect level. Like most games it gets more difficult as you progress. The puzzles increase in size but you'll be given new information i.e. how many blue hexagons there are in a column or if they're consecutive or not. It's fun deducing whether or not you should break a block from that and gets devillish when you need to consider multiple things at the same time.

My only gripe is that the amount of levels available is on the low side however I do understand that there is user generated content to make up. INFINITE REPLAYABILITY as long as the community supports it. I cannot empasise that enough.

As for the music I'd say it compliments the game. You won't notice it but it does bring about a clinical atmospehere. This suits the minimalist theme. It's a good thing you won't notice the music since it would otherwise be a distraction, I feel games like this one require more of your concentration. Despite that it's quite which curbs the frustration of making silly mistakes after completing the harder part of a puzzle.

9/10 It's well worth your time if you enjoy aforementioned puzzle games especially at the low price point.
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2.0 記錄時數
張貼於:03 月 18 日
I'm a fan of Minesweeper and the game is really fascinating.. for me.

At first, the author(s) changed gameplay in a very interesting way. It's not about hexes. They changed numbers (bomb-number in Minesweeper) and they mean in some cases a bit differ. As a result, you need use familiar logic, but differently.

The second gameplay feature is that designer(s) made fixed levels which are created by hand. It sounds strange for classic Minesweeper, but here it's amazing. The author(s) made up tricky and interesting levels. You can pass all of them without single step on bomb, but you need to think and the answers make you feel great.

Achievement hunters will be delighted to get to know the game. You can easily get all of achievements in three games, and they cost little money (specially with discount).

If you want to play or check it, I recommend to buy "Infinite" version. The most trickiest and interesting levels are there, and there is inifinite game and you can endlessly relax and enjoy it, as much as you like.
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0.7 記錄時數
張貼於:03 月 20 日
Simple. Relaxing. Achievements are attainable. A great puzzle game to pass the time. For $2.99 its well worth the purchase.
I recommend this game.

8.5/10
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1.7 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 10 月 28 日
As many people said: It's pretty much like Minesweeper, but(!) in a new way you wouldn't expect.
It tooked the basic concept and evolved it with fresh features and a mdern interface. You never feel like playing a simple clone or an old rusty game. The Levels are preconstructed which makes u avoid the logical dead ends known from Minesweeper. But actually that's a downside too! It took me 1:30h to solve all puzzles in the game and earn every arcivement. For 5€ this would ve been way to less. I can only recommend this game because buying the double package for 2.50€ seems fair to me for this nice little puzzle game.
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0.5 記錄時數
張貼於:2014 年 12 月 5 日
Hexcells Plus is an atmospheric puzzle game with really logic levels on which you never have to guess, but cross-analyse clues to make the right decision. You have some different kind of clues and it's variations to deal with, which can be hard and confusing, but the game provides you marker features to help you with it.

Game: 8.5/10
Graphic: 8.5/10

100% Achievement : Easy | Medium | Hard | Very Hard
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