Spinnn (for Mac OS X) 1.3.0
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Move and spin falling game pieces and try to create horizontal lines, in any of the over 30 different games found in Spinnn.
Sep 13, 2011 19:57:36 Size 1953 kb Licence Shareware Status Minor Update Languages English OS Mac OS Homepage norbyte.com Author Mandus and Rasmus Soderberg
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Description: Move and spin falling game pieces and try to create horizontal lines, in any of the over 30 different games found in Spinnn. These games are divided into four sets, each with its own style and special rules. The four sets are as follows: The Classic set of games, the Things set of games, the Obstacles set of games and the Tricky set of games. All Classic games are focused on the basic puzzle, where some games have larger, or oddly shaped, pieces. In Things, the games have objects (like a tree or a pyramid) that can be part of a line and removed (with a score bonus). The games in Obstacles contain objects that can be part of a line, but not removed by any other means than special tools like drills and bombs (a score bonus is earned for every destroyed block). The Tricky games are a lot like the Classic ones, but they usually have magic tools to help you. Whether you are a novice or an expert, you will surely find your favorite game in Spinnn. Short tags: spinnn, spinn, spin, puzzle, action, arcade, falling, blocks System Requirements: OS X 10.4 or later Change Info: Various improvements. Find last version of Spinnn (for Mac OS X)
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