By Revolutionary Apps LLC
This app is only available on the App Store for iOS devices.
From our reviews on the App Store:
"Highly challenging and entertaining!"
"I was playing until my eyes burned!"
"This game is powerfully addictive...."
"...the control scheme is genius...."
"Awesome gameplay, intuitive control layout, very addictive."
"...a serious addiction."
AppBoy.com rating: 4.5/5 stars
How many levels can you survive in this addictive retro arcade game?
Can you swing your wand past a field of deadly spikes, fuses, and acid droplets to move to the next level?
As you progress, the field gets tougher and the levels get trickier. Have fun but STAY ALERT! Your wand never stops spinning as you fight towards the finish! Can you do it?
Over 100 levels of fun!
Simple and addictive to play
Great instructions in the Help section
Start at any level
Share with friends
High Score list for each difficulty level
Let us know what you like and don't.
We build games for you! Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org
Thanks for playing!
What's New in Version 1.2.3
* Crash on Options screen is fixed.
* Game volume is now independent of ringer volume.
Just what the doctor ordered - sort of
I loved the original Spin Doctor on my old PowerBook 190. Alongside Super Maze Wars, Spin Doctor was the result of many hopelessly lost hours in thought-and-survival-instincts-provoking bliss. So, it's definitely a great game, and well done on the iPhone…. BUT why the game isn't retina display ready is a dumbfounding mystery. I mean, for Spin Doctor to be released in a day when HD retina displays are the current hardware, there is no excuse for -any- new app to be distributed "derezzed" in this unsightly, uncouth manner. In addition, Spin Doctor should -definitely- be available for the iPad, too. It would be great to have bigger puzzles on such a large screen. Aesthetic criticisms aside, if you really want to test and build your brain skillz, I strongly suggest tapping into Spin Doctor because it's a classic and it'll keep those cogs in your mind spinning when you've got some downtime. Seriously, good for you, Revolutionary Apps LLC, for dusting off this oldie but goodie and bringing in into the light of today. Thanks!
Thank you for letting me walk down memory lane
I recently was able to find and purchase a power cord to my childhood computer-an Imac G3. This was one of two G3s I have had in my life the other contained Spin Doctor and Solarian 2(still looking) and so I was disappointed to find that it wasn't on my computer as thought. While playing brings back much nostalgia, it almost seems wrong to play it on a tiny screen. Besides a bit of lagging it is worth the money ten times over. Now , if I could figure out a way to play Solarian II life would be perfect!
Great game. I didn't play the original but it seems like no compromises were made. The gameplay is accessible but deep, and I anticipate lots of play time with the <100 levels.
One thing the game is lacking is retina artwork. I know the retina icon exists; it's in the app store. Put it in the game! It's nice. And the other assets could use retina resolution as well. The game as a whole is very well presented, even on a retina device, but retina graphics would look clean and crisp, like the gameplay.
Graphics don't detract from the experience, though, which is 5-star quality.
- Category: Games
- Updated: Oct 08, 2011
- Version: 1.2.3
- Size: 2.6 MB
- Language: English
- Seller: Revolutionary Apps LLC
- © Copyright (c) 2009-2015 Revolutionary Apps LLC
Compatibility: Requires iOS 3.1.3 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.