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Submitted by NYC_Gamer 993d ago | review

PCGamer-Super Hexagon review

PCG:Monday’s review: You’re a small triangle navigating a maze as its walls pivot and spin toward you in predictable patterns and with increasing speed. Avoid the walls for as long as you can and compete for the longest times. It’s fun, but too small, simple and hard to provide lasting pleasure. (PC, Super Hexagon) 90/100

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