Aurora Hex is a relaxing and soothing puzzle game, where you link matching pieces together to discover beautiful hidden patterns.
- Easy for anyone to pick up and play
- 1000s of unique puzzles to explore
- A beautiful and serene visual style
- Soothing background music
- Gradual difficulty curve for a satisfying experience
- Hint system to help you out if you get stuck
- Optimized for both tablets and phones
- Translated into 16 languages
Twitter : @finalgamestudio
Game Website : www.aurorahex.com
Company Website : www.finalgamestudio.com
Added More Levels!
Bug Fix: hints no longer swap identical pieces
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A win win for all ages!
The soothing sounds in Aurora Hex are just the thing to help me relax after a tough day or as a distraction on a sleeplessness night. There are very few annoying adds and even those don’t break in with twice the volume or worse yet a racket that somehow overrides your silent mode. These puzzles are progressively challenging and provide a satisfying sense of victory upon completion that ends with a gentle “tada!” sound. This game is a win win for busy executives but it also appeals to small children who can easily expand their thinking capabilities and spatial reasoning while playing the the lowest level. We need more of these kinds of apps!
Great game, but no option to remove ads
The ads aren’t too intrusive, but they get tiresome. Wish there was an option to remove them. Hints are nice, but I’d pay $ to stop the ads.
Gameplay is relatively easy & relaxing. Difficulty progression, after a certain point, is pretty flat (puzzles are similar) with occasional puzzles being difficult. I’m on world 9, #20, and I think it was a puzzle in this world that was especially hard. It had only one tile on the board, and I had to use a hint to solve it. (This isn’t a complaint... just “here’s what I experienced”).
I never listen to game music or sounds, so no comment on that.
Btw, the other game by this developer (I think I also called Aurora but with square tiles) is similar enough that I found it redundant. Between the two, I like hex better so I deleted the other. However, the line game, where you draw lines around numbers corresponding to the number, is different and fun. I also found it much more challenging than hex.
I don’t know what to think
Every time I find an app or game that I enjoy, I can’t help but wonder: who is really putting this in front of me?
Is there some mystical cult significance to the hexagon? Are these patterns meant to hypsbotize me into certain thought patterns as I complete them?
If we can’t see this game’s creators, how can we be sure they created it solely for entertainment? How much geometric propagandacan developers pack into one app?
It kinda makes a fella wonder....
And this is a great engaging puzzle game. At the rate the difficulty is increasing I foresee legitimate and fulfilling challenges in my future.
- Final Game Studio Limited
- 125 MB
Requires iOS 9.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
English, Chinese, Czech, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Italian, Japanese, Korean, Portuguese, Russian, Simplified Chinese, Spanish, Swedish, Traditional Chinese, Turkish
- Age Rating
- © 2019 Final Game Studio Limited
- In-App Purchases
- Small Hint Pack $1.99
- Medium Hint Pack $5.99
- Unlock All Areas $1.99
Challenge friends and check leaderboards and achievements.
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.