Spinning Plates, also known as Turntables in the code, are round platforms that constantly rotate in a certain direction, indicated by the arrows in their texture. In its center there is usually a spinning pink and white ball, useless for the gameplay
The game Basketfall has some blue spinning plates, two in each section close to the area with the low gravity and the baskets. As a part of the 4.5 update, a variation can show up where the center speed bump is also replaced by a spinning plate.
Bubble Trouble features a very large spinning plate at its center. It grants fast access to any of the five zones that surround it.
Dizzy Heights has the first section which consists in overcoming a great number of spinning plates. The third section has the same aim, but the path is raised up and the player may fall in the underneath section; these spinning plates can be missing in an alternate variation. The last section has three bigs semicircles spinning plates.
In a version of the game Fall Ball, a blue and yellow spinning plate is added to the center to add more chaos to the pitch.
As of Season 4.5 Dave, the Blizzard Fans right after the Slingus Flingus section may be replaced by a Spinning Plate instead. This variant cannot appear without the Low Gravity Zone.
The game Hoopsie Daisy can have two big rotating plates in its arena, to add chaos to the chase of the rings. Some rings appear in these platforms.
The game Jinxed can have two big rotating plates in its arena, to add chaos to the chase.
Spinning plates are one of the many possible obstacles feature in the rooms of Lost Temple.
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The final game Royal Fumble has two golden spinning plates in its arena, to add chaos to the chase.
As of Season 4.5 Dave, the floor of the circular platform section of Skyline Stumble can be replaced by a spinning plate.
As of Season 4.5 Dave, a low gravity zone with a spinning plate may appear right next to the finish line on Slime Climb, giving players a much easier time crossing the final area.
An alternate version of the game Snowy Scrap presents a giant spinning plate in the center of the arena, where both the players and the balls can go on and add difficulty to the game.
Treetop Tumble features two sets of three spinning plates right after the starting area. One more spinning plate is found on each side of the first Water area (two in total). Two more spinning plates are found just after the Lily Pad section in the upper path. Finally, a single spinning plate is found right before the finish line.