Puzzilla.org is a new tool from FamilySearch.org that is available to all genealogy researchers.
Once on the web page, the site will ask you to log in to your account on Family Search. Once that is completed, you are able to search for cousins using Puzzilla.
Yes, cousins. This site uses information that is available on FamilySearch and allows visibility to your possible cousins.
The user does need a family tree on FamilySearch, so if you do not have an account one can be easily made and a tree created.
Below are a couple images after I tried using Puzzilla. It is pretty interesting and a good tool to begin using. There are descendant and ancestor options.
First image is a screenshot of what it looks like on the page prior to linking. Then, the next image begins with my name on the bottom as the red circle within a circle, then to my 5x Great grandfather Bernardo Roman, along the left side. Granted, this is not my whole tree, just a snippet for a few examples.
Now here is where the cousins are being displaying:
Then by clicking on one of the squares or circles, it will give information on the ancestor and possible cousin and how they are related to my ancestor:
I am definitely going to keep working with this tool and see what I can discover. I would suggest everyone give it a try.
Here is a link to a video provided by the website for an introduction on Puzzilla: http://bcove.me/w1qbenty
PS: Please excuse the poor image quality. Thanks!