Entanglement, from Gopherwood Studios, is a simple puzzle game that will remind you of a tonypa release both in terms of visual and conceptual design. Your job is to create an unbroken path that weaves around the hexagonal grid and touches as many pieces as it can. You do this by rotating hexagons one at a time, setting each one into place and extending the orange line with every click. If you bump into a wall, the game ends, so all you have to do is drag things on for as long as you can.
Controls are handled with either the [arrow] keys and [spacebar] to rotate and set pieces, or a combination of the mouse and scrollwheel. The keyboard is more accurate, but the mouse feels more natural. Points are scored for each hexagon you draw a path through. This means that even after you set a tile in place you can still earn points from it by connecting to a path that wanders its way.
If you can beat the game with a score higher than 75, you'll unlock the Two Tile mode that allows you to work with a back-up hexagon you can swap with the current piece. There's also a local multiplayer option that lets you bring in as many as five friends. Now, not only do you have to avoid touching the walls, but you can't cross another player's line, either.
Entanglement isn't a new idea by any means, but its implementation is so smooth it will pull you in without hesitation.