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Description

Control an army struggling for survival in the post-apocalyptic world. Choose one of the 4 unique factions—Moloch, Borgo, The Outpost, The Hegemony—and defeat your opponent in tactical warfare. Play solo against an AI opponent or against a human player in an asynchronous cross-platform multiplayer mode.
Prove that you have what it takes to survive:
March with the machines of Moloch, leading its army toward setting the new world order.
Become Borgo and unite the forces of the mutants who spread terror in the wastelands.
Lead The Outpost, humanity's last and only hope, and try to beat the machines in against-the-odds guerrilla warfare.
Be the boss of The Hegemony, a land of gangers uncaring about the fate of others, living only for violence and their mad entertainment.

Neuroshima Hex is a fast paced, tactical game for 1 or 2 players based on the well known tabletop board game by the same name. The game has been published in 8 languages and enjoyed by fans all over the world. Throughout the years, it has been steadily developed by Portal Games, and now offers as many as 19 different armies. In May 2007 Neuroshima Hex was awarded a special jury distinction for the Best Polish Designer Game published in 2006.

FEATURES
- Official Neuroshima Hex game with original artwork
- 4 different armies with unique strategies (other armies will be made available for purchase with future updates of the app)
- For 1 or 2 players
- Asynchronous cross-platform multiplayer mode
- 3 AI difficulty levels
- In-game tutorial & manual
- Tons of gameplay
- Easy to learn, hard to master

Previous version of the Neuroshima Hex app gained a lot of recognition:

AWARDS:

"iOS Game of the Year"
Game Shark

"Best Card/Board Game - Runner Up"
TouchGen

PRESS QUOTES:

"With great production values the board game has been translated to perfection."
TouchGen (9/10, Editor's Choice)

"Would I Buy Again: Absolutely."
What's On iPhone (9/10)

"Neuroshima Hex is a board game that almost seems like it was destined for the App Store […]"
App Spy (4/5)

"Neuroshima Hex is hard not to recommend"
Games Uncovered (Grade: 'Great')

"Creative game world; deep strategy"
Slide To Play (3/4)

"It's a deeply satisfying game that forces you to have a tactical mind in order to win, and it's incredibly fulfilling when you do."
GameZebo (4/5)

What’s New

Version 4.09

- Medic functions after Grenade was used.
- Ability to move in a draw.
- Assigning random opponents in the Fast Game.
- Notifications about overdue moves.
- Random drawing of the starting player in Automatch.
- Misleading "Your turn" call fixed.
- Opening an app from a notification directs to the Online Lobby.
- Saving sound and music settings.

Ratings and Reviews

4.1 out of 5
535 Ratings

535 Ratings

I'm Batman ,

Have wanted to write this for ages

First, the original game was sheer greatness! There are a few technical minor problems but they are MINOR. Second, although the new update really needs to be fixed (all the armies, all four player spots need to work, resize the board, etc.), I have every confidence Portal will fix this. I have played this game for many years and have always loved this game and still do.

The minor problems?
It is NOT an advantage to go first, so please allow the player who has to go first to choose from at least two tiles.
It’s great that the AI armies seems to have different priorities, but they can be self-destructive at times and just to go after the human player, which isn’t right.
Mississippi is OP and needs to be tweaked. The pushback in combination with the two directional freeze tiles often make it impossible to get a hit on its base.
More on Mississippi: The AI players, which are typically pretty savvy, don’t know they have to block Mississippi’s pushback function . . . and they should.
Last point. Again the AI is typically savvy so it is odd when it uses a move tile on a tile that can move without one. Light green does this all the time.

Sooooo, please fix the update and the above. Not only is that worth a five-star rating, if you figure out a way for players just to give you another $2 to $5, I’ll gladly make a donation.

rockwutiwear ,

Tweaks needed

1. Side Menus: why retractable? They serve zero purpose when closed. Make them permanently fixed.
2. Board zooming: I want to see the action!
3. Notification window: stop blocking my view of the board!
4. Notification window: I don’t want to tap it before each turn!
3. Marquee Text: I want a permanent text box 📺 on the bottom left corner of the UI, to replace notification windows. Use it to display:
A. Turn notifications
B. Discard notifications
C. Tile descriptions, (instead of having to hold down on a tile for 4 seconds)
4. Discard: modify so that if I end my touch away from the tile, it doesn’t discard it. It’s annoying to have to “undo” each time I change my mind when selecting a tile.
5. Remaining Tiles: that number should always be visible! Why only show me in a notification window?
6. Complete overhaul? Where? Was this app was taken down for months just to add a few new illustrations? I was expecting some combat animation with moving camera effects and stuff 🤷🏻‍♂️

fintanp ,

So Broken…

I want the old version back. I can live with the reduced number of armies (for now) but this version of the game feels rushed and really buggy.

The UI is way more crowded than the previous version. Having a chunk of the board covered with mostly empty space is a really poor design choice. It means extra clicks every time you want to interact or just see pieces placed on the left or right of the board.

For some reason I can only ever have 2 players. The game setup screen shows slots for 4 but the lower 2 are completely dead. I don’t know if this is a bug or they’re deliberately disabled for some reason. If it’s a bug then it’s a pretty bad one to ship with. If it’s deliberate then clearly the game shipped too early - the devs could at least have removed the 3rd and 4th player slots.

Other gripes: I’ve had a least one game where the only unit left on the board (mine) failed to fire on the final round. The AI is sloooow, much slower than the old version (although hopefully it doesn’t crash or make weird choices like the old one did). I haven’t tried it yet, but a friend reported that he could only set up an online game with himself…

I hope the devs get this fixed soon. This was one of my favorite casual games. Right now it’s a shadow of the former version.

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