Hexcited is a puzzle game written in J2ME and meant to be run
on cellphones. Created during the summer of 2006, the project took about
a month to complete.
How to play:
The player is presented with two rows of hexagons
which act as the ceiling and the floor. One at a time, hexagon shaped game
pieces appear on the ceiling. The player can move the piece on the ceiling left
or right, and drop it onto the play field. The piece falls until it hits the
floor or lands on top of a already dropped piece.
As time passes the floor moves closer to the ceiling. If any of the dropped
pieces get pushed into the ceiling or the floor reaches the ceiling, the game
The player can make the floor recede by removing
pieces from the board. This is done by arranging pieces into groups of the same
color. A group of pieces is created when three or more pieces of the same color
all touch each other.
Left, Right arrows -- Move the piece on the ceiling horizontally.
Down arrow ---------- Drop the piece on the ceiling to the floor.