As Super Hexagon is not exactly a Halo 4, Skyrim, or even a Binding of Isaac, I am going to have a little fun with this review. In the spirit of the game itself, I am going to write each sentence in the same way that you might experience them if each sentence were a single session of playing this game … here goes!
Begin. Super Hexagon is … Game Over.
Begin. Terry Cavanagh, creator of … Game Over.
Begin. The soundtrack really … Game Over.
Begin. You know you are in for some ‘fun’ when the first difficulty setting is called Hard … Game Over.
Begin. My first sessions averaged only 5 seconds, but as I progressed … Game Over.
Begin. The game is addicting in a way familiar to mobile game lovers, but still controls great on a … Game Over.
Begin. The longer you survive, the quicker and harder the game becomes. The hexagon part of the game changes shape which forces you to be far … Game Over.
Begin. The constantly panning camera is great, but can still go to … Game Over.
Begin. I won’t even dream of higher … Game Over.
Begin. Super Hexagon is so fast. Rockets strapped to a cheetah being chased by Star Destroyers across the galaxy in a friction-less void … Game Over.
Begin. I can’t recommend it if you are the type of gamer that throws things or has a cat that likes to … Game Over.
Begin. However, for the price, Super Hexagon is a must own, even though it will end up owning you. Over and over and over and over and over and over and over … Game Over.
Begin. … and over and over and over and over and … Game Over.
Super Hexagon is out now on Steam, and on sale for $2.00 until December 4th.