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Spinner Wheel is an online random wheel app to help decide upon making a choice

Spin the wheel or MULTIPLE wheels simultaneously. Create a custom wheel now using this free online decision generator tool.

Spinner Wheel is a wheel spinner to help decide upon making a random choice. Whether you need to spin the wheel for a random number generator, a wheel of names, a raffle generator, a wheel spinner for games or a simple yes or no wheel - Spinner Wheel has it covered.

This virtual wheel simulator is the first of its kind to let you create multiple custom-designed spinner wheels to use either independently or at the same time. This opens up a huge range of possibilities.

How to Make & Spin the Wheel 🌀

To achieve this, make a New wheel and edit the entries by adding your own. Use Design to give your spinner wheel page some personality and Save your wheel so that you can use it again later.

Use the Edit tab to insert images, any text such as names, numbers, percentages and emojis🔥. Teachers can spin the wheel to use as a random name picker for the classroom combined with a second wheel with a particular question.

You could spin a wheel to decide between job offers, what game to play or which movie to watch. The possibilities do not stop there, as spinner wheels are definitely more interesting when you use two or more...

MULTIPLE Wheel Spinner Functionality

What makes Spinner Wheel stand out from other spin wheel sites is the ability to add and save up to eight wheels on a page.

Click on the spinner wheel panel menu to create multiple wheels. Use Edit on the panel menu to fine-tune your settings on each wheel.

Let’s say that you wish to use one spinner wheel to decide what to eat for lunch and a second wheel to decide whether to eat in or take out the meal. On spinnerwheel.com, you can create these and then simultaneously spin the wheel (or in this case, wheels) to arrive at your decision.

Another way that the multiple wheel functionality can be used is by creating a custom wheel of names to choose a person, then a second wheel to decide what that person will win (from a list of prizes) and then a third wheel to decide on a challenge that the person selected by the first wheel must complete in order to win that prize.

The custom spinner wheel possibilities are almost endless and you are even able to design the editable wheel with a background image and pictures (images) on each wheel.

What's more, this wheel spinner creator can be edited with custom audio by choosing from a selection of music and sound effects. This free spinner wheel generator system has been designed with the utmost flexibility in mind.

Popular Wheels

Magic 8 Ball

Tap on the virtual Magic 8 Ball online to get an answer to your question. 

The user simply has to think of a question where the response would normally be "yes or no" and pose this to the ball. 

A number of predetermined responses are available, and the ball chooses one at random. Or does it? Perhaps that is where the magic happens!


🎱 Magic 8 Ball Answers

The answers on the Magic 8 Ball are fairly well-known if you have used one enough times. They are thus common knowledge and there are 20 of these answers in total.

Below is the complete list of Magic 8 Ball answers:


  1. It is certain
  2. It is decidedly so
  3. Without a doubt
  4. Yes definitely
  5. You may rely on it
  6. As I see it, yes
  7. Most likely
  8. Outlook good
  9. Yes
  10. Signs point to yes
  11. Reply hazy, try again
  12. Ask again later
  13. Better not tell you now
  14. Cannot predict now
  15. Concentrate and ask again
  16. Don't count on it
  17. My reply is no
  18. My sources say no
  19. Outlook not so good
  20. Very doubtful

These answers can broadly be split into three categories: Affirmative responses (answers 1-10), evasive responses (answers 11-16) and negative responses (answers 16-20). From this, it can be logically deduced that the asker is twice as likely to receive an affirmative answer to their question than a negative one.


That said, the Magic 8 Ball online asker also has a 50/50 chance of receiving an affirmative answer overall.


How Magic 8 Ball Came To Be

This page pays tribute to the famous Magic 8-Ball novelty toy, a registered trademark of Mattel. The Magic 8 Ball first burst onto the world stage in its current form in 1950.  


The technology behind the Magic 8-Ball was developed by Albert Carter, son of a clairvoyant mother, as 'Syco-Slate'. The idea to create something to do with fortune telling must have been written in the stars.


Sadly, though, he died before the patent for it was granted in 1948. 

Brunswick Billiards, part of Brunswick Corporation, asked for the technology to be inserted into a plastic sphere that looked like a black number 8 billiard ball. It then went on to become a cultural phenomenon, being used both as a children's toy and a fun paperweight around offices and homes.


This Magic 8 Ball online game is free to play. Using a virtual Magic Eight Ball might not quite be the same as holding and shaking the actual physical orb. All the same, we hope that it provides you with the answers for guidance that you seek!


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