Puzzle is a board game that was created in the early 1970s by an American named Howard Wexler. The game is played on a square board with a number of triangular-shaped pieces, called "puzzles", placed on it. The object of the game is to move the puzzles from their original positions to a designated location on the board.
The game is played by two or more players, who take turns moving one of their puzzles. A player can only move a puzzle if it is adjacent to their other puzzle. If a player cannot move one of their puzzles, they must forfeit their turn. The first player to move all of their puzzles to the designated location wins the game.
There are a number of variations of the game, including one where the player must first remove all of the tiles from the board before moving the puzzles.