App Review: Spin Quest by Thomas Bonnin
Spin Quest by Thomas Bonnin is a great mind game that is easy on the eyes and hard on the mind. The goal of this game is to rotate the hexagons in various ways to match the picture located in the top left of the screen. This may not seem such a hard task, but each level must be completed within the number of moves given. This game is pretty self explanitory but is extremely fun.
There are three ways to control the way the hexagons spin: Drag, Click, and Spin. In the Drag setting, hexagons are rotated by touching the shape and motioning it right for a clockwise spin and left for a counter-clockwise spin. With click, choose which way the indicator at the top motions, and click once to rotate. Spin is used to lift up the hexagon and turn it to where you would like it. Be careful when using spin. Turning the hexagon more than one spot takes away the equivalent number of turns.
This is an great game that uses your mind more than your fingers. One thing to watch out for is the restart button. You don’t want to hit it accidentally in the middle of a game. However, if you must exit the game when you get a call or email, the app saves your spot. It will be right where you left it when you get back.
Spin Quest is a highly addictive, intense game. This will keep you enjoyably stressed for hours. I would recommend this game to anyone who likes a hard puzzle, or just needs something to do.
Spin Quest is available in the iTunes App Store for $0.99
Developer’s Website: http://unbalancedman.com