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A work that is interesting because the ball just rolls
The work was inspired by a game called Rolling Sky.
This work has been remixed greatly by the Scratch community. The most remixed is actually its follow-up, Ball Rolling 2 (see link below).
This project is complete with only one sprite when you look inside. And it’s 100% pen!
I love this author because he also publishes bullet projects and his calculations are always beautiful.
Create a course
What accelerates the fun of ball rolling is the freedom to edit courses
After pressing the green flag, try pressing the A key before starting the game.
You will be able to move around the course with the crosshairs.
Next, try pressing the space key. The course tiles will increase or decrease.
The position of the tiles can be changed by pressing the ←→ keys. It is a little confusing as there is no visual support, but it is ok.
Everything from ball rolls 1-5 can be edited. You can even train yourself by making it devilishly difficult!
If you feel like clearing the course in a hard way, it is good to press the A key once to look at the whole course instead of making the course.
[3D]Ball Rolling Series (in order of presentation)
There have been many ball roller series released by the same author, so I will introduce them by series. You can play all of the first series by clicking here↓.
- ball roll 1 …… BGM: “Red Soul like a Hozuki” by Touhou Koumago
- Ball Rolling 2 ……4x harder version. You can jump with colored tiles. The author cleared the game in 30 tries.BGM: “Runate Elf” by Toho-Koumago (clear movie)
- ball roll 3 … …8x harder version. You can jump with colored tiles. BGM: “Shanghai Tea House” by Oriental Red Magic (clear movie)
- ball roll 4 … …800 times harder version (lol) the author couldn’t clear it.BGM: “Is U.N. Owen her?” from Touhou Koumagou. (clear video)
- ball roll 5</a >…..1600This is a doubly difficult version, and I don’t know what it is because it’s already doubled up like a kaioken.
A great success among international users
Ball Korokoro has been colossally expanding overseas as well. Even super-scratcher CrystalKeeper7 remixed and the response has been amazing.
This is a 4x harder version according to the author. You can jump with colored tiles. The BGM is “Runate Elf” from Toho-KoumagoClear video available
8x harder version according to the author. You can jump with colored tiles. BGM: “Shanghai Tea House” by Oriental Red Magic VillageClear video available
According to the author, 800 times harder version (lol) author couldn’t clear it.BGM: “Is U.N. Owen her?” from Touhou Koumagou.Clear video available
This is a successor to the hugely popular 3D Rolling Sky! Were you relieved after completing the last one? Well, there’s more. The floor starts rising from the very beginning. The tension here is rising, too! Let’s roll!
Create a course
To switch to course edit mode, press the green flag, then press the A key before starting. Because this game has many obstacles, it’s would be a good idea to preview the course by pressing the A key. Even in the preview stage, the obstacles will pop out of the tiles, so you can think of how to work yourself through them. Looks like the creator cleared it in one shot!
BGM: “Voile, the Magic Library” by the Embodiment of Scarlet Devil
The floor falls and rises. And then laser beams fly in! Muzu! The author cleared it in 50 times.BGM: “Flowering Night” by Toho-HanaezukaClear video available
Although there are many remixes of Rolling Sky, this series really inherits the spirit of the original. The courses are well thought out and it makes you feel like you finally found the one. The difficulty level is quite honestly devilish. The name of this series is “Rolling Sky”. This game inherits the same name of what the original game was based on. I’m putting it up because it’s cool. Let’s roll!
This time, the stage had a dark background resembling night. At the beginning, you have to slightly change the direction of the ball to avoid falling, but after multiple attempts, you can find the best position to move forward. I believe this stage is aimed at intermediate players, but I was glad to engage my brain fully while progressing through trial and error.
I thought this stage was a slightly gentle, intermediate level stage that seemed to involve moving glass balls. The balls make an impressive “bouncing” sound when they hit obstacles! In this stage, there are multiple obstacles, and if you focus too much on not falling into holes, you might hit the obstacles. Conversely, if you pay too much attention to the obstacles, you may fall into the holes. You have to proceed while paying attention to both things simultaneously, but that was a lot of fun. I’m looking forward to the next series as well.
This time, it’s the Christmas version! The music was filled with Christmas tunes. The objective is to control the ball so it doesn’t fall and to avoid obstacles while aiming for the goal. One surprising aspect in this level was the moment when the vision turned completely white. As the view went white, I had to rely on my senses to guess the angle that would prevent the ball from falling and proceeded accordingly. Not everything becomes white, and you can still see the layout of the upcoming stage before it turns white, so you can predict your moves. Overall, it was an interesting stage.
This series offers various types of stages. In this stage, not only do you need to avoid falling into pitfalls, but you also have to deal with distractions that can hinder your concentration. It was enjoyable to progress while watching out for these obstacles and making sure not to fall. This particular stage seems relatively easy and suitable even for beginners. If you want to improve your concentration or have a tendency to be distracted by your surroundings when you should be focusing on a task, this game can be especially helpful for enhancing your concentration.
This game involves maneuvering the ball to reach the goal without letting it fall. It’s the 17th installment in the series! In this stage, you must avoid going straight down the middle, as the ball will fall, and instead move to either the left or right. There are sections where you cannot progress without making precise movements, so it might be rare to find someone who can succeed in one attempt. However, the charm of this stage lies in the fact that “you can reach the goal by repeatedly challenging yourself.” It’s a stage suited for intermediate players. If you’re someone who does detailed work or wants to hone your fine motor skills, this game is recommended! Give it a try.
” “Running in the Night” is a popular song, isn’t it? I also love this song. The longer you can keep a ball from falling into a pit while the song plays, the longer you can listen to it. If the ball falls, the song stops and you have to start over from the beginning. So, the desire to listen to the whole song grows, and you find yourself trying again and again. I believe it’s enjoyable from both perspectives: keeping the ball from falling and wanting to listen to the song until the end.
Kenshi Yonezu’s “Go Go Ghost Ship” plays in the background. The longer you keep the ball from falling into the pit, the more you can listen to the song. This adds the fun of thinking about how to prevent the ball from falling while playing. It also makes you want to progress further in the game to listen to the song until the end. The atmosphere is mysterious, with colors that match the music’s image. If you’re a fan of Kenshi Yonezu’s music, be sure to try this stage.
You can play a game while listening to Kenshi Yonezu’s songs! To listen to the entire song, you must progress without dropping the ball. In this stage, there are not only moving obstacles around, but also arrow paths. At first, I couldn’t predict what would happen when stepping on the arrow paths, as the ball would bounce in that direction. However, after trying several times, I figured out the trick and was able to proceed smoothly.
In this stage, there are pitfalls and moving obstacles. You need to carefully time your moves to avoid collisions with the obstacles. The stage features music from the band “Yuzu”, including their great song, “Happiness Ruler”. I got so absorbed in playing the game, just wanting to listen to this song. This stage made me wonder if I could develop quick reflexes as well!
I was able to progress at a faster pace than usual! In this game, the goal is to control the ball, preventing it from falling down or hitting any obstacles. Although obstacles would suddenly appear in front of me in this stage, I could anticipate them because the floor colors were different where obstacles would emerge. This level is highly recommended for beginners, as it can be relatively easy to navigate. Give it a try at least once!
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The last project in the Rolling Ball series by s00384206. Very tough version. I couldn’t get to 100%. Someone, please take revenge. Too hard. You can preview the course with the Z key! The visibility The tiles move behind the tower, and it feels like an incredible trap! BGM is “The Centennial Festival for Magical Girls” by the Embodiment of Scarlet Devil.
At first glance, it might seem challenging, but the difficulty level is surprisingly manageable! Once you enter the blue area, you need to exit from the blue, but only one of the two possible paths is correct. Remembering the patterns becomes crucial, such as moving right after avoiding obstacles, stepping on the green area after moving forward, and so on. By memorizing these recurring patterns, even if it initially appears challenging, you’ll likely be able to clear it eventually.
There are many games in this series. The objective is to control a ball and prevent it from falling as you aim for the goal. This time, the stage has a space-like atmosphere with transparent paths and a black background, creating a fresh look. Not only do you have to keep the ball from falling, but you also need to avoid obstacles along the way. The obstacles move, so at first, you might not be able to predict their patterns. However, their movements are simple, so you should be able to grasp the trick quickly.
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*I recommend switching to turbo warp, it is very heavy.
Balls have evolved. It’s a divine evolution. It’s so much fun.
This is a great piece of applied work. Please play it once.
As a Volcoro fan, I’m too grateful.
There are many stages in this series, but this time, obstacles suddenly appear, and you find yourself thinking, “Is there one here too?” As a result, you can progress through the stage with a thrilling, heart-pounding experience. You need to control your character to avoid the obstacles and not fall down, but in this stage, you’ll have to think a little more from the beginning, making it suitable for intermediate players. It was a lot of fun, and I highly recommend giving it a try.
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I was absolutely thrilled by the transparent ball on this stage, as I love everything transparent. The stage itself can be quite challenging, as paths suddenly shift or disappear. Reaching the goal in one try might be difficult, but as you play more, you’ll gradually understand where to be cautious. Eventually, you’ll find yourself getting closer to the goal. Please give it a try.
This game involves controlling a ball to avoid obstacles and prevent it from falling, as you aim for the goal. The title seems to be inspired by the song “Bad Apple,” which serves as the background music. At first glance, the stages may cause you to wonder, “How am I supposed to progress through this?” However, as you advance, you’ll find that you can move quite smoothly. The stages are relatively easy in terms of difficulty. There aren’t any particularly intricate movements, so if you’re interested in this type of game, I highly recommend giving it a try.
This time, the stage has a dark atmosphere, but I enjoyed playing in the cool setting. The music is also cool! I think the difficulty of this stage is about intermediate. There are sudden pitfalls and the blocks below move abruptly, but you can find your way forward by challenging it multiple times. Once you know the path, all that’s left is to aim for the goal! I was absorbed in it once again!
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This stage features a dark atmosphere and a transparent floor, making it feel like you’re progressing towards a boss battle. At first, you must navigate a narrow path, which may be difficult, but don’t worry! As you keep trying, you’ll eventually figure out the position where you won’t fall. The more you play, the more addicted you become!
I believe this stage is suitable for intermediate players. You’ll need to make subtle adjustments to the direction of the ball, so it’s perfect for those who want to try a slightly challenging stage. Give it a try if you’re up for the challenge!
In this latest game, I found a dark atmosphere where you venture to defeat bosses. I really like this vibe! The difficulty level is quite easy, making it enjoyable as you can progress quickly. Contrary to its appearance, it’s quite gentle, so it’s a great experience ^^ I think this version is especially good for beginners to start with. The game design isn’t too complex, so you can predict and plan your moves, like “I can’t jump over this large hole, so I’ll go this way.”
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There are bars now, but no worries, the bars will go up. The lasers can somehow be cleared, too. But the waving floor! I fell dozens of times here.
The creator hasn’t cleared the game yet!
BGM: Eiyasho Touhou～Imperishable Night ‘Reach for the Moon, Immortal Smoke’
*The edit mode for New/ Rolling Ball 4 and 5 is the Z key, not the A key.
This rolling ball can also jump. You can quickly learn to control the direction it moves in with your mouse, as you repeatedly dodge obstacles by jumping. The difficulty level doesn’t seem too challenging. As you attempt it multiple times, you’ll start to see what obstacles appear and where, making it easier to progress smoothly. The path the ball moves along isn’t too narrow, so you can choose from several options as to which direction will make for smoother progress!
There is a path to get through the obstacles, so do your best to find it. It’s hard mode, so it’s challenging from the beginning. If you can’t clear it at all, try playing a simpler mode. But for those who want to persevere despite the difficulty, give it a try!
The atmosphere and sound of the game were bright and uplifting, which raised my spirits. Additionally, the game featured easy-to-see colors that didn’t strain my eyes. Although the speed of the ball was fast, I learned what to watch out for during multiple attempts, eventually reaching the goal. Comparing it to other rolling ball games, I believe this one is more beginner-friendly. I highly recommend it for those who are new to computer games and want to engage their minds.
This game is quite simple, where you use the mouse to determine the direction and jump to avoid obstacles. At first, it’s challenging to time your jumps correctly to prevent collisions with upcoming obstacles and pitfalls, which led me to try multiple times. Time flew by, and I enjoyed playing it. As a timing game, the repeated attempts made me more responsive in my daily life, and I could feel the positive effects of the game.