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Rolley Ball
Rolley Ball

Developers

Jiggmin

Publishers

Kongregate, Newgrounds

Rating

T

Genres

Puzzle

Release Date

2007-01-11 (N)

2007-03-03 (K)

Rolley-Ball is an Adobe Flash puzzle video game developed by Jacob Grahn that was released on 2007-01-11.

Gameplay

Rolley-Ball Gameplay

The sixth level "Panda!!". While colored yellow, blue and red, players cannot touch blue, red and yellow walls, respectively.

Rolley-Ball is a puzzle game similar to Labyrinth where players control a ball with the arrow keys or a mouse inside a board maze, with the primary objective being to escape. The mouse controls are more spastic overall and the game doesn't refocus the board back to the center unlike arrow key mode, though players are given more points to compensate. After several levels, color station balls are introduced that allow the player to change their ball to either blue, yellow or red, which let them pass through walls of the same color at the cost one of the other colors killing them. Each level is also timed and the player receives bonuses at the end for how quickly they complete it, their remaining lives and the extra point pick-ups they collected.

Trivia

  • The "Jemooky is a genius!!" on the title screen is a reference to a member of the Brackenwood forum Jiggmin used to post on.[1]
    • "Ebert and Ropert" is also a reference to the hosts of the At the Movies television series.
  • The full sound effect for happy blocks in the Platform Racing series is heard as the level completion sound.
  • Jiggmin entered the game in a mousebreaker.com competition where it tied for third place.[2]
  • The game was originally titled Super Rolley-Ball during development.[3]
  • This is the first game of Jiggmin's not to feature widescreen support.
  • "Rice Wine", a song in Beat Master 3000, is titled "Rolley" on Newgrounds, hinting it was written for this game.[4]

References

  1. http://s7.zetaboards.com/Brackenwood/topic/435020/1/#post270446
  2. http://web.archive.org/web/20061216190316/http://mrjiggmin.com/
  3. http://web.archive.org/web/20061206204851/http://mrjiggmin.com/
  4. http://www.newgrounds.com/audio/listen/67087

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