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Yesterday, while cleaning up my media center, I found my copy of Ratchet & Clank: Into The Nexus, which I bought sometime before Christmas last year. I had been pretty excited about this game pre-release, what with it being the first "traditional", albeit shorter than usual,...

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The rules are simple, your colored pathways can't cross each other and the entire grid must be filled on each level. Sounds easy? Forget it, each level will have a variety of challenging spaces placed on the grid, forcing your pathways to move in one direction, stop completely, or wrap around the screen to the other side. You may call them obstacles, but a true person of hubris would call them helpful clues to completing the puzzle!

HUEBRIX starts easy, as any good puzzle should, but as you wind your way through over 100 levels you're going to start to sweat, we guarantee it. Best of all, you can download over 300 additional puzzles, each categorized by difficulty, just in case you need a little more practice in 'intermediate' level audacity. Conquer the super challenging modes and declare yourself smarter than all of your friends, or better yet, use our built in level editor to create your own mind twisting puzzles and share them with everyone!
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