A few years ago, the game 2048 came to our phones, which was a success despite its simple approach: joining multiple identical numbers of two to form the sum of these two. The goal was to reach the figure of two thousand forty-eight before the panel would not allow us any movement.
2048 in a large hexagon
HexPop is a game that takes the idea of 2048 and moves it to a hexagon with some subtle differences: we find the numbers at the bottom of this one and we will have to locate them manually as long as we have space in the squares that allow us to do it.
It is an addictive mathematical puzzle game that is governed by the following rules:
- Drag the numeric blocks at the bottom of the hexagon.
- Try to make these blocks coincide in number to eliminate blocks with the same number and create one with a higher numerical value: the two with the two, the four with the four, the eight with the eight...
- Keep in mind the combinations: if you run out of space where to place the blocks the game is over.
Its design favors a simple and direct way of game and allows to play without connection to Internet and without limitation of time.