HexSpin brings to the table a puzzle game that mimics bejeweled, but with one major difference. It involves colors that need to be matched up. Each hexagon can be spun to match the colors to try and get the same colors together. You have to do as many as you can in the allotted time limit in order to get the most points possible.
I had trouble with HexSpin at first because I tried to just start playing and didn't go through the instructions. After I couldn't get the hang of it the first go 'round, I took a look at the directions and I must say that the game is still challenging. I never did complete a hexagon within the allotted time limit.
The help section of HexSpin, however, does a good job of explaining how the game is to be played and how the scoring system works. The options section lets users choose to either drag a finger or to spin your finger in order to rotate the hex. It also lets users adjust the touch screen's sensitivity.
I like the creativity that is involved in HexSpin. I have seen games like this one before that required players to slide a line or flip the colors to make a pair, but I have yet to see one spins the colors such as HexSpin. I love innovation and that gets a thumbs up from me.
Puzzle lovers should note that HexSpin is on the harder side and will probably take a fair bit of practice to become good. HexSpin is not for beginners or those looking to toss off a few games while waiting in line at the post office. That being said, if you have the dedication, you may just find greatness in HexSpin.
Watch HexSpin in action on YouTube: