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Hexarchy combines the best elements from deckbuilders, 4X strategy, and hex-based board games to create a truly unique experience. Build a deck to your own style, playing cards from your hand to perform actions on the board. Construct on your hexes to collect resources and broaden your empire, or play technology cards to expand your deck. Develop an economy which fuels your objectives, balancing the happiness of your civilization with the demands of war. Play Hexarchy your way! – with a variety of Singleplayer game modes, including Skirmish, and daily and weekly challenges and more. Or enjoy multiplayer with your friends or other players from around the world. Feel right at home with familiar 4X game concepts. Build cities, armies, wonders, and improvements with your cards. Discover other civilizations in a procedurally-generated world. Research technologies and adopt civics to access new unit, building, and ability cards. Strategically destroy cards to tailor your deck to the situation Adapt your tactics: is an enemy city too well defended? Take their food supply to starve them instead. Can’t defeat an invading army in the field? Try cutting off their supply lines.
That is a way to inject difficulty, but it is one of the least satisfying systems to overcome. While I wouldn’t normally comment on hear-say, on default settings, the AI just refuses to exploit blunders. I get that good AI is hard to make, but it needs work. As a quick example, while fighting a war through my territory the AI kept killing my defenders in passing, but never actually stopped to capture the city they keep walking past. Their goal was some worthless, un-upgraded city held by a stronger rival. It would have been more fun for me (and more productive for the AI) if the AI were to capture my cities and force me out of the game altogether. The game is too short. This caused me a lot of difficulty early on. Gunpowder units by turn 9, wins typically under 20 rounds and frequently under 15. Even expecting a short (session-length) game, I expected a longer turn-count. This means that long-term planning is generally non-existent and you should focus on immediate needs over long-term growth.
The map generation feels a bit weak. It is fine, certainly, but alternate algorithms could allow for a lot more interesting challenges. Safe valleys with resources in a high-risk central location. A loop where Everyone fights on two fronts at once. Isolate everyone on their own island and just make it a point race. Similarly, the end-of-game condition (points accumulated or elapsed turns) is also uninspired. Alternate game-end and victory conditions would do a lot to add variety. After the very early game, having the resources necessary to play most of the cards you draw isn’t a big issue. This is where turns get longer but less interesting; the series of interesting choices is over and now you’re just biding time until the final accounting takes place. Eventually, research just gets sold for money because it has no other use. That is especially noteworthy considering how few turns games last.
- Requires a 64-bit processor and operating system
- OS: Windows 10 (64 bit)
- Processor: Intel i5 / AMD Ryzen 3 Pro 2200G
- Memory: 4 GB RAM
- Graphics: Integrated Graphics
- Network: Broadband Internet connection
- Storage: 2 GB available space
- Click the Download Here button above and you should be redirected to GamesDatabase.
- Wait 5 seconds and click on the grey ‘download now’ button. Now let the download begin and wait for it to finish.
- Once the game is done downloading, right click the .zip file and click on “Extract to” (To do this you must have 7-Zip or winrar, which you can get here).
- Double click inside the Hexarchy folder and run the exe application.
- Thats all, enjoy the game! Make sure to run the game as administrator and if you get any missing dll errors, look for a file named All In One Runtimes.exe run this and install it.