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Chris Cardell

Spinning Streak Review

iPhone viral marketing from Barclays… Spinning Streak. Barclays have recently released a number of television adverts, voiced by one of my favourite comedians Steve Merchant (co-creator of the original “The Office”). To compound this, they have created a game for the iPhone, in which, similarly to the advert, plates are being spinned, representing what it’s like trying to balance your money. That’s enough background, onto the game.

The game is fun enough, you have to try and balance a coin as it spins on a stick. If you’re looking for anything much more than this, then this probably isn’t the game you’re looking for.

You can find it here on iTunes or check out the Youtube video.

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