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Tell us your high scores in Super Hexagon!

10:00 PM on 09.10.2012

So we're really going crazy over Super Hexagon here at the Destructoid offices. It's all I could talk about this weekend, and I've gotten more than a handful of fellow editors addicted to the game. Currently, the highest score in the world on Hard difficulty is 200:29 by TerryCavanagh according to Game Center. That's insane, but who cares about some random person of course that makes sense because it's the creator of the game!

I care more about what my fellow Dtoiders have scored, as that's where the real competition is for me. My best time so far is 62:42, just barely over a minute. Not bad, but nothing to brag about seeing as how Tony Ponce is currently in the lead with his score of 79.01. Right behind him is Conrad Zimmerman, with his time of 74:42. In fourth place in our internal pool is Chris Carter, with 50:29. Then there's Chad Concelmo with his laughable time of 39.24. Everyone laugh at him!

So what your best time in Super Hexagon so far in any of the levels?

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