Transportation plays a major part in this Ocean puzzle game. As with all games of this type, there is a time factor involved. In Puzznic there's a count-down while you struggle to match up blocks of the same colour or pattern. When two or more likewise blocks rest adjacent, either vertically or horizontally, they all flash and disappear. The object of Puzznic is therefore to remove all the blocks from the screen by careful manoeuvring.
The game does need real care, since you can only move your blocks sideways. To get them to go down just push them over an edge and gravity takes its course. With only two of each type of brick it is simplicity itself to sort out a screen.
Where it starts to get tricky is when there are three blocks, and two are very near each other. Remove those two, whether by design or accident, and you're scuppered, with one block remaining.
Puzznic doesn't boast great graphics or sound, but after a couple of screens it becomes fiendishly clever, requiring more and more fore