Pocket Gamer writes: "There are literally hundreds of play sets aimed at toddlers that focus on fitting shapes into holes. Matching up squares, circles, triangles, and random extravagant shapes apparently helps develop the child's mind. Who hasn't, as a child, tinkered with these games while waiting in a doctor's office or at a relative's house?
We're all experts when it comes to SPiN: The Silhouette Game, then. That same shape-fitting ethic is intact here, albeit twisted in a good way. Matching a circle with a circle isn't too difficult, for instance, but trying to force the shape of a parrot on a perch through a silhouette that initially looks more like Florida state than it does a bird is no easy task."