You can play this game inside this web page, or you can click here to play the game as a standalone web application. Both are ad free.
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Click on easy, medium, or hard to choose the puzzle difficulty level you wish to play. After you choose your difficulty level you can choose to play a puzzle with 37, 61 or 91 cells in it. Easier difficulty levels have more givens and harder difficulty levels have fewer.
Alternatively you can click on the PRINT button to create a printable version of today's puzzle.
The help button explains how HexNum puzzles work.
In the lower right corner of the welcome screen there are buttons to erase gameplay data, share the game on social media, and read developer info.
The game has a button for more games at the bottom and a language selector which is in the upper right corner.
Put numbers from 1 to 6 in a circle around the gray cells. Each number can appear only once in each circle.
On easy mode this game is quite easy, especially if you play a smaller level size. I was able to beat the first puzzle the first time I tried it in 61 seconds.
On harder levels or larger levels it can be easy to make a mistake. Click on the red and white "?" button in the lower right corner to check your work.
When you have finished the puzzle correctly a hexagon with a thumbs up in it appears over the top of the puzzle with your completion time in it.
Each day this game offers another level to play through. You can play through mutliple puzzles from each day by choosing to play different difficulty levels and different puzzle sizes.
Your web browser automatically stores the amount of time it took you to complete each puzzle.
You can click on date to choose another date and play another puzzle.
The lower right side of the game offers buttons to restart the game, error check your progress, pause the game, control game music & sound effects, or switch between full screen or embedded play modes.