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Hexage

is a video game developer, based in the Czech Republic but registered in the United Kingdom. read more

Founding date
2009
Address
City: Mníšek pod Brdy
ZIP: 252 10
Country: Czech Republic
Number of Employees
5
Website
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Updated
3/14/2016 11:55:40 AM
Hexage

is a video game developer, based in the Czech Republic but registered in the United Kingdom.

Description

The company has produced multiple titles for mobile devices. A few of studio's games have surpassed a million downloads. The most successful title is Reaper: Tale of a Pale Swordsman.

The company was founded in 2009. It originally focused on mobile devices but in 2013 the company released its games for Windows. Reaper: Tale of a Pale Swordsman even became available on Steam as it succeeded on Steam Greenlight. The company also tried to release Radiant Defense on Steam before, and it got released as well.

Eventhough the company is based in the Czech Republic it build an image of British company. It was due to fact that in 2009 it was impossible to release video games from the Czech Republic on Google Play. The company develops its games with its own devices.

Games

Title
Year
Platform(s)
Genre
Description
All games by Hexage
Buka
2009
Android, IOS, Windows Phone
Shoot 'em up

Totemo
2009
Android, IOS, Windows Phone,Windows, OS X
Puzzle video game

Radiant
2009
Android, IOS, Windows Phone,Windows, OS X
Shoot 'em up
A Space Invaders clone.
Everlands
2010
Android, IOS, Windows Phone,Windows, OS X
Turn-based strategy

Evac
2010
Android, BlackBerry 10, IOS, Windows Phone, Windows, OS X
Maze game
A Pac-Man clone.
Robotek
2011
Android, IOS, Windows Phone,Windows, OS X
ActionTurn-based strategy

Radiant Defense
2012
Android, IOS, Windows Phone,Windows, OS X
Tower defense
A sequel to Radiant.
Reaper: Tale of a Pale Swordsman
2013
Android, IOS, Windows Phone,Windows, OS X, BlackBerry 10, Ouya
Action role-playing game
The first title by Hexage that is available on Steam.

This article uses material from the Wikipedia article Hexage, which is released under the Creative Commons Attribution-Share-Alike License 3.0.


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