If you have ever wanted a game to look more like work so that you could play in the office without fear of someone glancing over your shoulder and seeing particle effects shooting toward all edges of your computer screen while you're dodging asteroids and flying monkeys, then this is for you.
Excit is a puzzle game similar to the previously reviewed Orbox and Orbox B, which were both clones of Roadblocks, set on top of a page from a spreadsheet. The game includes a variety of extras that make each level increasingly more difficult and compelling to play. A level password system allows you to continue a game at a later time, and though the game asks for your name to start with, there is no integrated save system in place.
The game was created by Krystian Majweski and team from Creative Units, a German company that does development and research of computer games. It was designed as a small viral Flash game for a company that was bought up before the game was published, but the authors have made the game available to play anyways, since it is a finished piece of their work. And it's quite nice, too.
Cheers to Wouter for suggesting this one. =)