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Hexagon is a kind of game that is easy to learn and at the same time very addictive. The first Hexxagon game was released by Argo Games in 1992. Its rules were based on Ataxx game invented in the late 80s.

Please visit Hexagon homepage for more information.

News – October 02, 2009

MapView v.1.1.7: fixed bug in handling of very large maps.

This release contains a bugfix of improper handling of very large map-files. From now on you can create and view maps with huge resolution (such as 20000x15000 pixels for example). Please note that in order to create such maps you should update your copy of MapMaker to version 1.1.1.

Another new feature in MapView 1.1.7 is an ability to input GPS-coordinates manually in new format known as 'Decimal degrees'. You will find this feature in Manual Coordinate Entry form.

As usually, new versions of MapView and MapMaker are available for downloading at their product page.

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Hexagon is a kind of game that is easy to learn and at the same time very addictive. The first Hexxagon game was released by Argo Games in 1992. Its rules were based on Ataxx game invented in the late 80s.

Please visit Hexagon homepage for more information.

Freecell is an implementation of the well-known Freecell Solitaire for Palm OS handhelds. This implementation combines natural gameplay, high-resolution graphics and compact size.

Please visit Freecell homepage for more information.