This is a relaxing building game where you connect hexagonal tiles together. I like it because it’s satisfying to find the perfect place to place tiles so that you form a lovely countryside.
I got very into playing this over the summer. I found it both meditative and addictive. I played a whole bunch of it while making my way through all the X-Men movies, and clawed my way up rank #167 on the leaderboard.
Since then, I’ve stopped playing this file though because it got too large. Every single tile required thinking through where they’d fit best, and I had to remember what gaps I had and which weird tiles would fit. This ended up requiring too much focus, and now that I’ve stopped, I’ve forgotten what my map looks like. If I started up again, I’d have to re-learn it, which is just too daunting a task.
These days, I just play quick mode, which limits you to placing just 75 tiles, and takes about 15 minutes to play. It’s a perfect morning coffee kind of game, and I used to spend some very nice Saturday mornings playing it.