Hexy was an app that I designed for Sean Heber in 2008. It's simply a game of Hex that we jazzed up with robotic bees. Instead of going with an natural bee route with honey in hexagons, we made robotic bees that had toxic honey. I have no idea why.
The goal of the game is to create an uninterrupted line from one end of the board to the other. Bees (that @David Lanham drew actually!) would fly from left to right occasionally. I have no idea why.
In addition to sounds if you won, lost, or placed a piece, I created a song to play in the background. I have no idea why. I honestly don't even know if it made it into the product, but I'm afraid it's not even available in the store anymore, unfortunately.
In any case, here's the song. It's probably mostly GarageBand loops, but I had fun making it. http://lmnt.me/u/hexy.mp3
about 1 year ago
I have no idea why I am commenting. Maybe cause it's nicely designed?
I have no idea why but all the shine makes me want to play.
one of my favourite games back then :)
I played this a lot.
I loved playing this! After a while, I learned "the best way" to play and it wasn't interesting anymore, but it was a really nicely designed game.
And I liked the random bees. No idea why.
12 months ago
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