Developer: Secret Exit, Ltd.
Price: $4.99
Version Reviewed: 1.0

Graphics / Sound Rating: ★★★★★
Game Controls Rating: ★★★★☆
Re-use / Replay Value Rating: ★★★★☆

Overall Rating: ★★★★½

SPiN is a puzzle game where your goal is to rotate 3D objects to match up with their silhouette. With 100 different objects to match, this time based game is a quick and fun play that will provide many good plays.

The size of this game is pretty impressive. With 100 objects, 11 levels each with 100 stages, unlockable trophies, and innovative game play, it provides great replay value for it’s price. We did have a little trouble with gestures getting missed — guessing it was either we started them too early or they were not large enough to be picked up. Either way it didn’t really impact the overall game.

The game play does get a little getting used to. But if you are reasonably good with identifying the objects and their orientation, it will be fairly easy to pick up. My first play I only got to stage 3, the second time I got past stage 12 and have been progressing slowly since then. It’s important to try a few times before you give up — adapting to the game can take a little work. But it’s worth it.

While no demo is currently available, here’s a teaser video that shows you the game play mechanics and the quality graphics:

Spin is a fun little game, lots of levels and objects to master. But it’s the kind of game that you will either love or hate. If you pick it up, and I suggest you do, try not to get too frustrated too quickly.

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