The recently released hit indie iOS game by Terry Cavanagh called Super Hexagon could end up getting an Android version fairly soon according to an AMA the developer held yesterday on Reddit. Released about three days ago, it has already sold over 10,000 copies and is considered by many to be ridiculously addictive.
During his AMA on Reddit, Terry Cavanagh revealed that they would like to bring Super Hexagon over to Android, Blackberry, PC and MAC. So what exactly is Super Hexagon? Think of this game as a sort of dynamic maze game where you have to keep your little shape in the safe spot. Each section in the hexagon playing field can have lines or no lines. You need to move your little triangle shape into a spot without lines before a line and your shape touch each other.
The look of the game sticks to a more retro feel to it in regards to the visuals while the soundtrack is full of chip tunes by Chipzel. Really the best way to learn about the game is to check out the video above to see the game in action. It’s simple, pure and challenging while being very addictive.
For other platforms, right now I’m hoping to do an Android port, and PC and Mac ports. And a friend of mine has a Blackberry playbook, so I might give that a shot too for the hell of it. – Terry Cavanagh
Of course this is all still in the concept phase of things and Terry Cavanagh didn’t reveal any sort of possible release time frame for any of these versions. When more information becomes available, we will be sure to update everyone.
Website Referenced: PocketGamer