Unroll Me

Unroll Me

Unroll Me is another game that tests your brain power. It comes with a lot of promise but does it deliver?

The goal of the game is to deliver a ball to a certain place by manipulating blocks that have channels inside. It will surely test your brain power due to several reasons – your time is very limited and even the beginner levels tend to be hard.

It is exactly this challenge that ruins the game to a certain extent. You do not have time to think how to arrange the blocks because once the level opens the ball starts moving and when it touches a block it breaks down and you lose the level. Then when you click the Pause button the level and the block arrangement disappear and you are taken to a game menu. Add the adds that appear here and there and you will be left with some sour taste in your mouth.

The game uses a good idea and you may like it but it has some problems too. If they do not deter you, you can take a look at the game right here on Google Play.

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