Really confusing I dont know what to do with the program, really. A tutorial mode or help menu would be useful. Also the UI is really user unfriendly. I get that the app is in a kind of 'beta' phase but it takes too long to get used to what I actually have to press to get anything done. In later stages, pre made templates for DnD sessions or 40k campaigns would help for DMs who just want a generic map to get started on would be epic
Making my board game Perfect since I couldn't draw hexagons... Bloody tricky things. Exported it to sketchbook apps and what not and got exactly what I needed. Thank you.
Great Job This app deoes exactly what it is intended to do. Works very well & is actually 'intuitive'. HGR isn't exactly what I was looking for, but is a great jumping off point for me. I contacted the dev asking questions; I heard back quickly with actual answers about what I wanted. I will check out any app this dev puts out in the future. Quality, passion, and a brain all combine to make something good.
Hex graph I used this to create a map for my tabletop game. I had to export the file into a sketchpad as noted in other review. Then i filled that in to get what o wanted. Note to dev. Thank you much appreciated. If only you can make this into an all in one graph, hex, etc... sketchbook/graph paper.
Near perfection at first go OK, I'm giving this 4 stars out of 5 because I too would like SVG output, and there's one 'minor' tweak I would like (but I'm likely the only person out there wanting this). Overall, it works great on my tablet and phone and has a set of tools that allows for almost every customization possible for making a basic hex map grid. This is one of the best apps I have ever found on Google play. The only feature(s) I would like is a way to clarify the map size. The current set up is for an even distribution in the length of the hex columns: if the first column is 15 hexes long, all the columns are 15 hexes long and the second column starts 1/2 a hex down and the third is 1/2 hex up from the second and so on. Would it be possible to have the second column start the 1/2 hex up and then the third column be 1/2 hex down from the second? Second, some maps alternate the column hex length so if the first column is 15 hexes, the second might be 16 (taller) or 14 (shorter) by count and then the third would be 15 again. So I'm hoping for an option(s) for Map Height: Map Even or Offset; If Even, 2nd Column Up or Down; If Offset, 1st Column Long or Short. Does any of that make sense?
Not what I expected or just unclear documentation I was hoping for a tool that I could do hex-based mapping for a Science Fiction game in.. After downloading the app I find I can toggle from hexes with number labels and hexes with dots but I cannot figure out how to add information (points for stars, lines for star lines, etc) I might edit this if the app was updated to include those features I am looking for. OR those features may be there and I'm just not finding them... in which case they may as well not be there. EDIT: I do like the fact that the developer replied so quickly. I believe that if this app was what I had been looking for I would have given this product a much higher rating so I would recommend this to others if it met their needs.
- Fixed a minor sizing problem which caused the right/bottom hex edges to get truncated in some cases.
- More internal work on exporting the underlying JSON data, but it is not yet exposed to users.
- Can now set hex label size relative to the current hex radius (4 size settings).
- Undo levels increased to 15.