Pipe Lines: Hexa

Pipe Lines: Hexa

Pipe Lines: Hexa is a nice and simple Android game that will give your brain some exercise.

The game sports features that you have seen before – after choosing a difficulty level you will be presented with numerous levels to complete so the hours of fun are guaranteed. When starting the game you can also complete a very short tutorial that will show you how to play and then you are good to go. What is the idea behind Pipe Lines: Hexa? There are various holes in a grid-like screen and you will have to connect the holes with pipes by filling in all hexagons that sit between the holes. Sounds easy, right? Well, it is not that easy so you will have to think hard sometimes but the good news is that you can undo moves and even start the level anew with no penalties for you.

Pipe Lines: Hexa is accompanied by nice and colorful 2D graphics and nice sound so you will have fun with these two features as well. We have no complaints here – in fact we really liked the graphics.

Pipe Lines: Hexa is a really nice game for all people who love puzzles. The app is free and does not require a lot from you or your Android device. Instead it can only give you tons of fun and more! So try the game now – you will not regret your decision!

Pipe Lines: Hexa is here on Google Play.

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