Released by Aaron Gorman, Spectragon is a new casual puzzle game for the Android platform. In this game, players will be in control of a hexagon, with each of its six sides containing a different color (or combination of colors), and this shape rests at the bottom of the screen.
From the top of the screen will fall colored circles, each colored in such a way as to match up with one of the sides of the hexagon. Players will need to spin the hexagon to ensure that the circle will come in contact with (and pass through) the matching color. Failure to match the correct colors will cause the game to end. As play progresses, a progress meter for that level will advance across the very top of the screen.
As the levels increase, new wrinkles get added, such as having two circles fall together, and the hex needs to be lined up so that they’ll both pass through the correct sides. The game is available for free from Google Play with a single IAP for ad removal, that rings in at $0.99. The ads are interstitial video ads for those of you curious.