A few years ago I released a puzzle game called Netrikulator. I actually developed it at my old day job for a client. I got the game play done and showed it to my boss. Three hours later when I went back to ask him a question he was still playing the demo. I figured I was on to something. Once it was all done, with his blessing, I rebranded the game and released it as shareware.
That was several years ago. Earlier this year I decided it was time to update the game. I brought it up to date to run on modern operating systems, replaced the stock gameplay music with music from real indie bands I found on SonicBids, and changed the high score list so it's stored online and encompasses all players.
The game play is simple. Move the piece around the screen with the mouse. Use the space bar to rotate it, and click to place it down. Your goal is to use the pieces to connect the two network nodes together.
I have posted a public beta on the FIDIM site here. Please download it and pound on it a bit and let me know if anything breaks. You can email bug reports to firstname.lastname@example.org.