Based on the physical board game, the mobile version of Neuroshima Hex was released back in as old as September 2010. Playing in a field made of hexagons with a turn-based tactical fashion, the must decide which tile to be used on the field, where to place the tile and which direction to orientate the tile to. Nevermind the exciting app icon and its cool-sounding post-apocalyptic setting, combat are only played out abstractly with tiles vibrating each other, there’s no cool action to show off. Nevertheless, its fanbase and popularity over the years have proved the game to be something quite worthy.
Following numerous major updates, improvements, and new features, it took Neuroshima Hex two years to reach the soil of Android. Android gamers, are you intrigued? Do you plan to pick it up soon? Is the $5 tag justifying the hype you heard on the iOS counterpart? Let us know in the comments.