AndrewGOO9 writes: Innovation lately seems to be more of a indie developer venture than what we've seen from bigger publisher and developers as of late and while the games may not serve to blow us all away visually, there is usually a level of polish combined with an addictive element to keep people coming back for more until it seemingly has taken over a small facet of their lives. Such is the case with Entanglement, an oddly addictive tile game from Gopherwood Studios. Starting from a stone at the center of a hexagonical board, players are given tiles to create a path, illustrated in red, that begins to traverse across the laid tiles around the game area. If at anytime you run into a wall, the game ends. In the meantime, players are challenged to create long, winding paths over elaborate distances to score as many points as possible before trapping themselves into a corner.