HeroCraft Games has announced the release of Hexxagon Labs, the logic game that Jennifer blogged about a couple of weeks ago. The games demo can now be downloaded from the company's website. The direct download page is here.
Hexxagon Labs contains over a dozen arenas filled with intellectual challenges. You compete with computerized, artificial intelligence. And isn't all of it artificial anyway? Or you can compete with your friends, artificial or not, and pass the phone back and forth.
Funny chemistry, witty physics, exciting astronomy, the game includes 17 original levels that the company says are hard to solve. The goal of each level is to occupy as many cells on a field as possible, capturing enemy pieces. Your rivals are American and European professors whose brains are implanted in the game's artificial intellect system. Alfred E. Neuman is not one of them, I'll bet.
Before each level you receive astonishing scientific information that gives you the opportunity, when you have the chance, to show off your erudition and amaze acquaintances by your knowledge. The more you play Hexxagon Labs, the smarter you become. Figuratively speaking, that is.
Hexxagon Labs is available for a variety of mobile operating systems including Palm OS and Windows Mobile. If you visit the download page for a Windows Treo, you want the Pocket PC, not the Smartphone version. All current Centros want the PalmOS version.