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Chances are you've seen variations on this simple puzzle game before, where you slide pieces around a board to try to clear a path for one of them, but in David Tzur's version, you'll need to take into account that all the pieces move at once in the same direction until they run into something!

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Well, I find this an especially charming and accessible game of this genre. Now I'm stymied by level 27. Anyone have a hint?

baileydonk November 6, 2015 8:19 AM

Browser version not working for me (I.E.). Just get a picture and the words "SpinIn- a very strange puzzle game, usually made up of no more than three pieces"... but nothing to click to play.


Blue Nina, I could try to help you with lvl 27 if I could get there. I need to get past lvl 14 first. Please help?


Nevermind, FINALLY got it, movin' on up...


I've always strongly believed that in order for a developer to get his game on the App Store, one of the most basic achievements must be met: spell check!! SPELL CHECK!!!!
Thanks, I really had to get that off my chest. The first one was an oopsie. The second one just made the whole thing sloppy.
It's a GREAT game, however! Just pay attention to the sleek graphics, the unique twist in logic for this style of slider-puzzle game, and the groovy sound tracks.
Again, however…if you see text, look away.


Nitpicking, but the developer made such a point of saying how it was possible to use only the keyboard, and (as far as I can tell), the mouse has to be used to hit the Ok when it's giving a tip.

Aside from that, a fun concept. I like the way it gets more complex without adding more pieces. But I had to give up on level 14.


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