Games Review: Doodle Hex
DS, BitBox Games, £29.99
Saturday 10 January 2009
How’s your spelling? No, this isn’t an educational title designed to test your letters but a sorcery-packed game that has players casting runes to magical effect.
In order to perform spells, you have to collect different runes, then draw them in the right order to gain power. The action is split between scribbling and collecting, tournaments and challenges, all of which work well enough, but overall Doodle Hex feels like an interesting concept stretched a little too thinly across a whole game.
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