1、Laund'ring the silken figures in the brine
3、<p>Hexcells is getting into iOS gaming in a big way. Known from PC gamers as an addictive yet simple looking puzzler, it's about to bring three games to iPad next Monday.</p><p>Announced on Twitter, it seems that Apple has indeed approved the release and that fan won't wait long.</p><p>If you haven't yet played Hexcells, here's what its all about in the words of our master indie specialist Christian Valentin:</p><p>"Hexcells plays like a mix of Minesweeper and Picross; each level presents you with a grid of yellow and black hexagons. Numbers on the black hexagons tell you how many blue tiles are around it.</p><p>Later levels introduce more mechanics, such as Picross-style markings that tell you how many adjacent tiles are in a column."</p><p>You can take a look at its gameplay below:
1、The splendor of color which had glowed for weeks along the shores of Four Winds Harbor had faded out into the soft gray-blue of late autumnal hills. There came many days when fields and shores were dim with misty rain, or shivering before the breath of a melancholy sea-wind--nights, too, of storm and tempest, when Anne sometimes wakened to pray that no ship might be beating up the grim north shore, for if it were so not even the great, faithful light whirling through the darkness unafraid, could avail to guide it into safe haven.
2、The Trees and the Axe<p>
3、Users will discover tools to defeat their opponents. These killings will provide you with multiple issues and rewards, which you can use to upgrade your tools, weapons, character and skins, and outfits in almost every gameplay element.