Indie developer Eric Haas introduces Trile 1.0 for iOS. The game is played by filling hexagons with triangular tiles which come in different tile sets. Filling two or three hexagons with a single tile set nets the player bonus points. Positioning the tiles in order to achieve these bonus points without running out of space is what makes Trile challenging. Players can also pick and choose from several game options to make the game more exciting.
Choose the "Random" option and tile sets become randomized. The "Timer" options adds a 60 second countdown, but filling in hexagons adds time so filling hexagons quickly is key. Choose the "Overlay" option and tile sets get one of two overlays, but if a player sets two tile sets of different colors in a hexagon, the hexagon is destroyed.
Trile will be updated frequently. The first patch is due out in mid to late April and will include a new gameplay option for players that includes power-ups.
Trile 1.0 is $0.99 USD (or equivalent amount in other currencies) and available worldwide exclusively through the App Store in the Games category.