Increasing complexity, this is the concept that better defines Huebrix. A puzzle game that starts with a simple premise: to distribute the colors from each starting point out onto the grid. Let's explain it better: the grid is divided in square cells, your mission is to drag color squares from starting points making a colored path as they fill the whole board.
This can sound simple, however, more handicaps will be added to the grid as you progress. For example, squares with small color squares means that a same color path should pass through. Likewise, arrows will determine the direction the path should pass through, X will block path, and many more.
Huebrix comes with hundreds of puzzles divided in 12 difficulty levels. There's no way to beat it in a few hours. It will keep you glued to the screen for weeks. If you get stuck on any level, there's a hint system for helping you solving the puzzle.
Graphics are minimalist (who cares about that? This is a puzzle game) as well as control (just tap, hold and drag). Addictive as hell.
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by Manu , Appszoom
Sep 07, 2012