Tetris has been conceptually reverse-engineered again, and this time, you already know what pieces you get to work with in advance. However, instead of letting gravity take its course, and dropping your blocks into a rectangular box to form lines, you will need to drag them into a geometrically designed frame that could be a letter, numeral, or symbol. ScrollGroup's newest production, ShapeFit offers you a truly casual tangram puzzle game experience, as there aren't any time limits to worry about or stress over. Your only goal is to solve the puzzle, and fit all of your puzzle pieces into the shaped frame.
The game is entirely driven by the mouse, which makes this a great game to sit back, relax, and just let the logic portion of your brain and index finger go to work. The puzzles appear to be deceptively simple, but you may find that just isn't necessarily the case. A strategy you might employ is to look for unique sections of the enclosure, that may seem to have only one part that seems workable; and yet it is actually a combination of multiple pieces that will solve your dilemma, and still alow you to fit the rest of your parts in. You can also get hints, should you find yourself stuck, but only three per level, so use them sparingly. ShapeFit isn't for players that are solely looking for flashy graphics, or exquisitely composed music, but it isn't trying to be. It is a simply-designed, clever puzzler, that lets you exercise your gray matter, and that can be a good thing, too.
Thanks to Cyberjar88 for sending this one in!