A lecturer at The Guildhall at Southern Methodist University in Software Development for Games, Jeff Wofford has been working in the games industry for over 10 years. He has also just released this addictive little Flash puzzle game that plays like a cross between a tangram and a sliding block puzzle.
The objective of Phit is to fit all the pieces of each puzzle into the lower yellow 'tray'. You do this by dragging each piece into place. The restriction is that there can be no other piece in the way. If there is, you'll have to move the other piece out of the way first.
This combination 'tangram meets Rush Hour' is an interesting hybrid game design that adds just enough to the sliding block genre to make this game a whole lot of fun. There are 100 levels to complete and Jeff has included easy access to all of them. Although the game will save your progress as you make your way through, you can also skip to any level you like from the main title screen. Also included is an unlimited Undo and Redo feature that may help if you get stuck in a tight spot.
A simple idea made into an addictive puzzle game with a great presentation, and enough levels to keep you busy for a very long time.
Cheers to Lee for the link! =)