Silen Games of Icy Gifts fame has released a new expansion in the popular Prizma Puzzle series of tile-based connection puzzle games. Breaking out of the tyranny of number-based sequel names, this one is called Prizma Puzzle Challenges. A funky 3D style and some sci-fi touches like teleportation and light cannons add some extra interest to the "draw a single path with limited moves and no backtracking" classic puzzle, which is classic for a reason.
Use your mouse to click on a start tile (or one of them, if there are more than one) and then click on adjacent tiles to start drawing a path. Your goal is the tile helpfully marked "finish". Along the way, keep an eye on how many moves you have left, since if you run out you fail the level. Try to pick up stars in the normal level zones, since that's what unlocks more zones and challenge sets. The game also keeps track of your score, and you can check whether you've reached the max score on a completed level by hovering your cursor over the level in the level select screen.
Prizma Puzzle Challenges heard you like achievements, so it put achievements in your achievements so you can score while you score. Or at least that's how it feels early in the game, when achievements are flying at you for even the mildest accomplishments. There are really only 37 awards, so the last ones take actual effort, as opposed to the early ones, which just barely avoid giving you a reward for not choking on your own saliva.
The game is very similar to Prizma Puzzle 3, coming across more as a 40 level expansion pack, which is perhaps why this isn't Prizma Puzzle 4. What it lacks in originality, it makes up for in steady competence, and the developer has been keen to add small improvements in response to feedback. There are no rough edges here, just pure, smooth, 3D goodness.