Yes, the actual name of the game is simply 'Puzzle.'
This game is made by American Video, though it's not acknowledged
anywhere in the game itself; probably because the public was still
shocked at their release of Wally Bear and the No Gang
In any case, rather than dropping the player straight into a lame
platformer with an anti-drug backstory, this game gets straight to the
point. And from the looks of that caterpillar, they've abandoned the
ways of staying away from drugs.
Note the semi-useful Help feature, activated by
pressing Select, which allows you to view the completed puzzle up to
five times! However, this one's pretty self-explanatory.
In any case, this is how the game's played: It shows
a puzzle's solution, mixes up the pieces, and then challenges you to
put them back in the right order before the time limit is up. You are
assisted in this task by the three blank slots on the right-hand side
of the frame, where pieces can be stored away for later use.
After finishing a puzzle, you're greeted by a screen
that informs you of your time, your score, and a Best Score that seems
completely unreachable, unless you're using a Game Genie or similar
device. Judging from my score, i'd have to finish that stage in less
than a second to beat the high score...
At this point, the next puzzle starts, this time using a picture in
place of some numbers. Otherwise, it's pretty much the same as before.
I don't know how long this game continues, as I lost interest after the
first couple of puzzles.
Overall Score: 5/10
One-line synopsis: If you really must play this game, go ahead; you can
find those cheap plastic puzzles at Chuck E. Cheeses and this game for
about the same price.