Block! Hexa Puzzle is a new game for the iOS and Android platforms where your goal is to figure out where all of the pieces on the board go. The pieces are all different shapes, and you have a big variety of board sizes to play with, some easy and some insanely hard. Read on for some tips and tricks for Block! Hexa Puzzle!
There are an unlimited amount of moves that you can make on any particular level in this game. Take your time, do the puzzle carefully and remove any pieces that you need to remove in order to make everything in the puzzle work. Place the largest and/or most difficult pieces to place before you do anything else.
You earn one star every time that you beat a level. Rack up these stars because with certain star milestones, you can unlock premium levels. Scroll over from the basic level screen to unlock the premium level screen. Mavin, which is the cheapest set, requires 320 stars to unlock. The rest require more of them.
Hit the “free” button with what looks like a video on it in order to earn free hints. The hint comes after you watch an advertisement video, so if you run out of hints and you don’t want to spend any real-life money on more of them, the fastest way to get them is to complete several videos.
You can switch back and forth between any of the basic level packs whenever you want to. Beat an entire level pack and you will get free hints as a bonus from the chest at the end of the level. If you get stuck on a level, though, don’t be afraid to go back and work at different levels for awhile. Freshen your mind from the one you’re stuck on, and then come back later and try it again.
Another way to get free hints is by completing the quests. Tap the trophy icon to get to the quest menu. If a quest is already complete you will be able to collect the reward. If not, then you will be able to tap it, go to where you need to go to complete it, then collect the reward later.
When you get 20 stars, you’ll unlock the daily quest mode. When you earn a whopping 560 stars, the rotate mode will be unlocked. This is a new mode that will require you to rotate the pieces before you put them down, as leaving them the same will not result in a good match.