I was waiting for a guest in a Dubai hotel when I noticed that playing Bottle Spinner not only reduced my nervousness but also put less stress on my brain after shutting it down. It proved to be a great time killer.
Lahore, Pakistan (PRWEB) August 25, 2017
A small team of android apps developers claims that their recently launched game is not only helping to reduce people’s anxiety and nervousness but it is also letting them forget fidgeting once they start playing it. It is titled as Bottle Spinner in the Google Play store and ranked in top 10 if you search for Bottle Spinner on the Google Play store.
Bottle Spinner game for Android has been launched recently with an aim to provide casual mobile gamers and normal users an easy way to not only pass their time wherever they are, but to also reduce anxiety and nervousness. And especially, when they have no decent alternative to killing time through their mobile phones. It has a very basic game play and allows them to spin various types of bottles with different additional features to pace up the speed and score maximum.
It is interesting that original motivation to create this new concept was based on the team lead’s kids getting bored of their previous "Fidget Spinner" games.
Fidget Spinners can be used to kill nervousness or anxiety up to some extent. And not to mention, mobile games have taken this to a whole new level. With this interesting new game, users can have a chance to spin some bottles for fun instead of fidget spinners. And it will allow them to conceal their anxiety and nervousness as well. Bottle Spinner is a great realistic game and according to its creators, users might forget the original fidget spinner apps.
Fidget Spinner is a toy that stays like a propeller on the player's fingers, having blades that would spin with the help of a ball bearing.
As per wikipedia, In an interview appearing on May 4, 2017 on NPR, Scott McCoskery described how he invented a metal spinning device in 2014 to cope with his own fidgeting in IT meetings and conference calls. In response to requests from an online community, he began selling the device he called the Torqbar online.