Rolling Sky

Rolling Sky

Rolling Sky is a game that does not tell you a thing about itself in its name. If you download and play it, however, you will see that this app might be the next hit on your list.

This free Android game comes with unusual but fun gameplay. Here you have to drag a moving ball left and right in order to avoid the obstacles that you will meet in your way. In addition to this you must not fall off the track. This immediately presents you with a big challenge because the ball travels quickly from the start to the end of a level. It is as if here you are in a racing game but instead of a car you have a ball. If you touch an obstacle or if you fall off the track the ball disintegrates and the game ends. Fortunately there are numerous balls that you can play with so you can restart the level anew. All this action comes with gorgeous 3D visuals so everything is great here.

Rolling Sky is definitely a fun game that deserves some of your time. The app will bring you fun, action and really nice 3D visuals and this is always a winning combination!

Rolling Sky is here on Google Play.

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