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  • Summary: Guide Spoing through 50 underground caves to get his diamonds back. Build platforms using green gems to climb to high up places and throw yourself around in this elastic platform puzzler.INNOVATIVE GAME MECHANICThrow, Fling and launch Spoing around in this platformer with a twist. Judge your trajectory and leap through the many pitfalls of the dark caverns.CREEPY MONSTERSWatch out for the creepy spiders, chameleons and bats that inhabit the caves. Touching them will reset you back to the last checkpoint and cost you valuable time!TIMING IS EVERYTHINGThe quicker you get to the diamond the better, but be careful, your timing will need to be just right to avoid the many obstacles that stand in your way!---Find out more, first!www.facebook.com/chillingowww.twitter.com/chillingowww.youtube.com/user/chillingo Expand
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  1. May 17, 2011
    Featuring a cool silhouette style with simple controls and challenging physics-based gameplay, Spoing is an exercise in both speed and accuracy that frustrates as much as it delights.
  2. May 16, 2011
    It's a sweet game overall, thanks in part to the user-friendly touch controls. The story is forgettable and it's a shame that Chillingo released an HD version for the iPad (instead of making it universal), but we still had fun navigating through each stage.
  3. May 16, 2011
    There are plenty of reasons to love this quirky little game, but getting faster times and more points will keep players slingshotting for every last diamond.
  4. Jun 1, 2011
    Spoing gave me hours of fun that always stayed challenging, and that's the core of a great gaming experience. Hopefully games2be will have the chance to improve the game around that core in future updates.
  5. May 24, 2011
    A polished but ultimately bland game, Spoing will fill up the spare minute here and there but there are plenty of better casual iOS titles available.