Word game. You have got a kind of word game. It is something where to win a stage, you must form words from blocks that, according to the instructions, "fall up" your screen. Each block contains four letters, which can be rotated and moved left or right. Your goal in Spinword is to spell words containing three or more letters as blocks accumulate on your screen. In general, once you form a word horizontally or vertically, it disappears. It's important to avoid wasting blocks since reaching the bottom of the board results in the end of your game. It.s also a good idea to work fast since each level is timed. Let the clock run out, and you have a chance to be shown how to spell "Game Over." At least when you play a word game, you're exercising your brain, allowing you to both have fun and work out your grey matter.
Style and atmosphere inside the game:
This is fun, exciting and educational game at the same time. The game consists of a progression of 60 levels. I think it is an imposing number. There are a few different modes including bonus mode. A bonus mode allows you to play a single level as long as you can. In this mode, rows of letters occasionally form at the top of the board, pushing the letters you've placed toward the bottom of the screen. Four difficulty levels ranging from Relaxed to Fiendish are available. Spinword also gives you badges for completing difficult tasks, such as spelling a nine-letter word. Ten of these are available, but few are easy to acquire. I should also mention the visuals and audio. Spinword's soundtrack contains just one song, and if ever there was a bad musical match for a game, this is it. Most logic offerings feature relaxing tunes, but not Spinword. On the other side of this problem the music can help you to raise morale. The 3D graphics are pleasant enough, but tend to lag a smidge on the high resolution setting... Beyond that, the interface for Spinword needs polish. In addition, while your goals for the next level are shown before you begin; these same instructions are nowhere to be seen while playing the stage. Moreover, you have just one life, so if you blow it on level 12, you lose. You can start a new game where you left off, but your score is reset. Combined with the inability to plan ahead, having no extra lives discourages the taking of risks, so you might as well be blasting aliens or swapping gems as opposed to playing Spinword.
Offline gameplay: 1 player
ESRB Ratio: Everyone
Extras and features:
Stunning Graphics Original Game Concept Alternating Goals
No mouse control during gameplay
Windows XP,Processor: 1.0 GHz,DirectX 7.0,256 MB RAM,Free hard drive space: 120 MB,SVGA 16MB DirectX 7.0,16-bits Sound Card
Spin word, Spin Word, Spinworld, Spinwodr, Spiwnord.