Vexed is a puzzle game in which your goal is to move similar blocks together, which causes them to disappear.
Once all the blocks are gone, you’ve solved the level and you’re presented with a new level to solve. You move blocks by putting the mousepointer on them and dragging to either the right or left. If an empty space is encountered, “gravity” takes over and the blocks fall towards the bottom.
So, it all sounds pretty simple doesn’t it, a mere trifle barely worth bothering with. Somewhere after about level 3, you begin to appreciate how poor Mrs Bennett’s nerves felt in Pride and Prejudice when things didn’t go the way she had them planned.
“It’s all very vexing, Oh my poor nerves.” and she didn’t even have a computer game to drive her nuts.