Summary: This is yet another hex-based puzzle game. The game mechanic is pleasant enough, though it includes a heavy random factor that prevents you from taking the game too seriously. There's also no tutorial or help feature, so you just have to infer and then remember exactly how the special pieces work.
Summary: Of the casual puzzle games I've played on Steam, this is probably the one I keep coming back to for a 15-minute break most often. It's simple in design, and can sometimes be difficult to really see the full effects of a given "push", or player action, several moves ahead, which is exactly what such...
Summary: This game is not bad for the price. It is not the best puzzler/color matching game. But it will keep you interested long enough to make up for it's price. I wish they would have done many more levels. I personally used it as a secondary activity while playing other games.
Summary: A pleasant color matching game. It lacks a proper tutorial, but only takes about 5 minutes to get the hang of it. The puzzle mode is kind of a pseudo-tutorial and I would suggest starting there if you want to slowly get the hang of things.
Summary: This game is good if you want a puzzler to keep you half occupied whilst doing something else. So to start the main gameplay involved in this puzzle is to push hexagons in order to group up 6 that are the same colour for them to explode.