Spinners vs.Monsters is a colorful and fast-paced casual Android arcade game that does not claim the laurels of a better project, but it performs just fine in the role of a timekiller, offering the user through simple manipulations and movements to destroy the funny kind of monsters. And to help us in this will be an adaptation called a spinner, which in the real world is positioned as an anti-stress toy and is gaining in recent years more and more popularity among the younger generation. So, in the project Spinners vs. Monsters for the Android platform under your control comes a spinning spinner, colliding with opponents, he instantly destroys them, which is exactly what we need. From the destroyed monsters there drop out loud coins and special energy, which we do not advise to highly disregard. Gradually, the intellect and capabilities of the opponents will develop, and the user will be more difficult to cope with the task set: monsters will throw spears into the spinner, throw explosives, strengthen protective characteristics, bristle with needles and so on. Bumping into such obstacles, our turntable loses the speed of rotation, and if it stops, then we automatically will be transferred to the rank of the losers. In order to prevent this as long as possible, we attack monsters only from the side where there is no active protection. In the end, thank the guys from CrazyLabs for such an interesting and easy-to-learn novelty, which has become another high-quality product of this studio.
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