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Submitted by -Mezzo- 1675d ago | review

TouchGen: Neuroshima Hex Review

TouchGen: Battle is where skills are honed, and where the weak is separated from their wretched existence. The board is where it is all laid out, and where the strategies are proven. The initiative is the motivation, and those motivated not to die take killing more lightly. In the world of Neuroshima Hex the world is a board, and life is a battle. Whatever you do, don’t take any win for a given. In a turn an initiative can change, and all your strategic cunning goes out the window. (iPhone, Neuroshima Hex) 4.5/5

MrMccormo  +   1676d ago
I have the physical boardgame of this and it's great! Definitely don't pass up the chance to try this one out.

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