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Published on April 20th, 2017 | by Craig Forshey

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New Physics Platformer The Little Ball That Could Rolls Onto Android

3D ball rolling games aren’t usually my cup of tea but an ambitious new entry into the genre by the name of The Little Ball That Could is an exception with great level design that makes it stand head and shoulders above most of its peers. Created by indie developer NaissusWorks, The Little Ball That Could follows the story of a lonesome orb attempting to fix a broken line of machinery so it can rejoin its circular comrades in their collective haven. Inspired by games like Marble Madness and Super Monkey Ball, this physics style platformer has players using their momentum to roll their way to the level goal before the timer runs out while a load of tricky traps and precarious ramps try to slow them down. Along the way players can collect puzzle pieces and gems that can be used to unlock additional levels and slick new ball skins. There is a high level of customization available with both very high and low graphical settings as well as an assortment of different control schemes with support for touch, tilt, and external gamepads. Fans of games like Marble Madness will enjoy this well designed minimalistic interpretation.

 

The Little Ball That Could is free to download on Google Play.

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