Super Hexagon is a minimal action game by Terry Cavanagh, with music by Chipzel. Hexagons are third order permutahedron: The vertices of a hexagon can be formed by permuting the coordinates of the vector (1, 2, 3). The north pole of the planet Saturn has a hexagonal storm cloud pattern with 8,600 mile long sides
About The Game
Super Hexagon, This game is frustratingly addicting. It really keeps you on edge with the mindset “one more time….one more time!” The object is to guide your little arrow that is stationary in the center of the screen from touching ANYTHING that moves towards the center of the screen, all while the stage spirals back and forth and the obstacles change patterns and colors.
Can make some people dizzy with all the twisting and turning and colors changing. It’s a great short game and the ultimate goal is to last as long as you can. There is an option to enable “Arcade mode” which after each turn allows you to type your name in and stuff. Great for tournaments and parties!
I really like the music, too. The style gives it an arcade feel, upbeat chiptune electronica music. The artist is Chipzel and the third stage music in the game, Hexagonest, is my favorite. That track is called Focus. Overall, it’s a great simple game that puts your eyes to the test. Definitely worth it.
OS: Windows XP
Processor: 2 GHz
Hard Disk Space: 35MB
Video Card: Directx 9.0c Compatible Card