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    Spin-a-Stick review: A challenging game that's easy to learn but hard to master

    Synopsis

    The objective is to guide a spinning stick through the maze, to the portal at the end without hitting anything.

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    Things are made harder with narrow pathways, changes in spin direction and moving obstacles.
    Free for iOS

    This simple puzzle game falls into the 'easy to learn, hard to master' category. In each level, the objective is to guide a spinning stick through the maze, to the portal at the end without hitting anything. Just drag the spinner in the direction you want to go. Things are made harder with narrow pathways, changes in spin direction and moving obstacles.

    The neon design is reminiscent of Tron but you do get some relaxing music. There are 41 levels with more promised soon. Since the game is free, it is ad supported. There are full screen ads after every few levels but you can skip most of them. You can also choose to watch a video if you want to skip a level (in case you can't cross it) or to gain an extra life.

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