Independent Game Dev Terry Cavanagh of distractionware is bringing two of his games, VVVVVV and Super Hexagon to the Android game console Ouya. Super Hexagon is slated for a release next Tuesday, July 3rd, with no date given for VVVVVV. Super Hexagon has players controlling a triangle through a hexagon without hitting the walls.
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Terry Cavanagh, developers of such gems as VVVVVV and Super Hexagon, has been busy porting over a variety of his older Flash games over to Ouya to start things off right. So far he has ported over ten of his older Flash games and is also strongly considering bringing VVVVVV and Super Hexagon over to Ouya as well.
Terry Cavanagh’s rather addictive yet somewhat frustrating game Super Hexagon has had an update go live for it today for the Android version. The overall theme for this update is the game’s performance, minimizing any in-game lag that could happen and the game just running faster in general. These are important aspects of the game considering the entire game is based off of your ability to get your little shape into the gap of each hexagon that comes at you.
Terry Cavanagh is known for coming up with brilliantly designed (not to mention devilishly challenging) games. His latest one – Super Hexagon – is a masterpiece. The game redefines the definition of “tough as nails” for Android games – be warned that this is not meant for the faint-hearted. So just what exactly is so great about this game? Read on to find out.
We’ve talked a couple of times in the recent past about Terry Cavanagh’s rather popular indie game Super Hexagon coming to Android and now it has finally arrived. You might remember our last article about Super Hexagon where we mentioned it wouldn’t be available for the Nexus 7. Well that changed and it is also available for Nexus 7 owners.
We reported back in September of last year that the developer behind the hit iOS and PC game Super Hexagon was considering making a port of his game for Android devices. Well Terry Cavanagh has confirmed that the Android port is coming soon for Android gamers to enjoy, except if you own a Nexus 7 tablet.
While we don’t usually post about the Game Music Bundle sales that happen, mostly because it is related to iOS games, the current one that is going on right now actually features the soundtracks from games that happen to be on both iOS and Android, most notably the soundtrack from Phosphor Games’ latest release Horn.
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.