Throw your opponents out of the arena!
The most addictive .io game!
The faster you are ,the harder you hit.
Knock your opponents off to become bigger and stronger!
Be the last one to win!
SUBSCRIPTION PRICING AND TERMS
In Spinner.io we offer you the following subscription option:
- Premium Membership offers a weekly subscription for $4.99 after a 3-day free trial. It gives you new spinners, access to daily free coins and removes ads.
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- Minor bug fixes
- Valentine's Day Spinner
Ratings and Reviews
You’re Competing with Bots
When I first played this game, I though to myself, “Oh boy, another game I’m going to get addicted to!” But after eight wins in a row, it was quite obvious how horrible this game tricks you into thinking you’re actually competing against other players. The bots seem to have the same pattern every time. The opponents randomly start following your spinner with perfect accuracy and when it lands a hit, it immediately forgets you’re there. There will always be one or two circling the perimeter of the stage. And when you’re alone with the last opponent, it’s almost hilarious of how easily it gives up. The lobby just so happens to get full every single time with exactly 1.8 or so seconds left before the start of the game. The randomly generated ‘usernames’ the game gives to the bots are laughable. It would be a five star game for me if I was actually offered a challenge against real people. But the playability dies after your fifth win in a row.
So I’ve read all the other reviews and they complain about ads and real multiplayer, but the game is fundamentally pointless. Getting kills makes you bigger. You get kills by knocking other people out. However, getting bigger does absolutely nothing to increase your momentum or the distance you can knock other spinners. Momentum is directionally based ie 2 cars each stop when they crash head on and keep moving in a direction whenever it is not a head to head collision. It is very easy to just wait out the entire match without chasing kills. No matter the size difference in the end, both players will be at an apparent standstill indefinitely until one gives up. This is not a fun game where you hit other people out and gain strength through kills. It’s a boring game that rewards PATIENCE and sitting in an arena every game waiting for your opponent to make a mistake or give up. 0/5 make “winning” meaningful
Offline game with scammy monetization
Game is offline but wears a mask to seem like it’s online. “Players” at the beginning of a match load up instantly with randomly generated names and only move in straight lines when the game allows you to change direction instantly. Game is obviously offline and too easy.
Monetization sickens me as there is no point to getting premium be it an offline game. It’s really predatory as making the game appear to be online tricks people into thinking they are buying cosmetics to show off to other players. And because of how fast matches last, having an ad after every round just makes me not want to play it at all. The game is just a scam. They dont say it’s multiplayer in the description, but they put in so many artificial signs to make it look multiplayer to try and trick people to spending money on the game.
- Good Job Games Bilisim Yazilim ve Pazarlama AS
- 155.4 MB
Requires iOS 8.0 or later. Compatible with iPhone, iPad, and iPod touch.
- Age Rating
- Rated 4+
- © Suji Games
- In-App Purchases
- Premium Membership $4.99
- No Ads $2.99
With Family Sharing set up, up to six family members can use this app.