Spin Photo-Doctoring: Headspin Storybook

Yeah, I've solved this one. I'm so good.

This is just lovely, just a simple idea executed with real charm. Headspin Storybook is a spot the difference webgame, with a storybook motif. By spinning the objects on the right you have to make them mirror those on the left within a time-limit. Succeed, and you go onto another level with more things to spot and/or less time to do it. The design is simple and obviously compulsive, but the ambience is what makes it. Hell, my lunch today was soundtracked by Headspin Storybook bubbling along in pastoral bliss, which I suspect is good for my digestion. Play it at lunch today then. Or, at least, listen to it.


  1. MonkeyMonster says:

    34294 and a nicely digested bag of chips! Makes you shake your head in shame when you have to re-do a level due to the shame of missing a really obvious one…

  2. rei says:

    The time limit makes what could’ve been a nice, relaxing game, into something quite stressful. A pity, as far as I’m concerned.

  3. Ian says:

    Pleasant but the repeating stuff I’d failed made me sad and bored.

  4. Calabi says:

    The boo! noise when you fail keeps making me jump.

  5. DigitalSignalX says:

    Damn those itty bitty trees on old gamer eyes :( BOOOO!

  6. caesarbear says:

    The time limit and the obnoxious boo makes this no good for children. That’s a real shame. I try to be on the lookout for games the wee ones can play. It’s very rare to find a good one.