Rolling Balls

Rolling Balls

Rolling Balls is a simple and free Android game that may be a perfect solution when you want to kill some time or rest a little during your working day.

The app is so small we did not notice when it installed on our Android tablet. Once you run it you will see that the interface is also very simple. There is something like a plane and a few balls on it as well as a hole. The goal is to get the balls inside the hole as quickly as possible and once you do you can move to the next level. At one point in time the balls become more and more while the hole gets smaller and smaller and this is the challenge that the game puts in front of you. There is a special red ball too and it must go inside last in order for you to win a level.

There isn’t much else to say about Rolling Balls because it is a really simple but fun game for Android. Like we said it is a perfect tool to kill time or reduce tension and stress. Other than that it will not help you much but what it can do is not little.

Rolling Balls sits here on Google Play.

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