Despite having possibly the most cryptic and least-catchy name of any Wii game, NEVES Plus: Pantheon of Tangrams, which is known as the much more friendly “Lucky Puzzle” in Japan, is actually a simple Tangram-based puzzle game. You and up to three other players work together to move, rotate and flip seven lucky stones into each of the 500+ silhouette puzzles. Available multiplayer gameplay modes include Versus, Speed, Lucky Number and Party. The game’s release date and Wii Points pricing has not yet been announced, but for now you can check out the screenshots that should give you some idea of what the newest, most addicting puzzle game from Japan is all about. And if you’re like me and didn’t have any idea what a Tangram is, apparently it’s a puzzle that is said to have originated in China as far back in history as the Song Dynasty from between 960-1279AD.