Developer Ozzie Mercado is on quite the roll with his simple puzzle games. His latest is a cool little sokoban-variant named PUSH3M, that shows it's still hip to be a square. The rules are simple: The goal of each level is to move the blocks onto the outlined areas. However, blocks can only be moved if doing so would push another block. Clicking a block will select it and show the possible moves to make. You then make a move by clicking the arrows or using the [arrow] keys. Holding [spacebar] will let you see through the blocks, so that you can tell what outlines are already filled. After 16 levels, you've PUSHed3M all!
PUSH3M is a fun, moderately-difficult brainteaser that's just the thing to get the mind running during a coffee break. It takes a little bit for the challenge to get going, and it would be nice if you could make multiple moves with a single block without having to re-select it, but for the most part, it is a short, sweet and very clever puzzle. Block a little time in your schedule, and check it out!