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Rolling Sky is an interesting musical ball game. Challenge your hand-eye coordination and reaction! The game is highly addictive and challenging. Now, let's control the ball and conquer the world by overcoming challenges.
Drag the ball left or right to avoid all obstacles and try not to fall off the track!
Control the ball to make it turn, jump, dodge the obstacles, and collect the diamonds. Unlock every musical story!
Challenge your hand-eye coordination with the rhythm of music and try your best to win each round! How far can you reach?
Simple one-touch control
Brand new stunning graphics
Abundant game scenes for you to unlock: Mountains, Universe, Forest, Snowfield, Inferno, etc.
Help the rolling ball escape the traps and unlock the new musical stories
Brand new soundtracks produced by Alan Walker
Free to play
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In this level, you need to pass through 3 warriors who spawn on a random positions. They appear in Samurai only, at 25, 40, 78, 79, 81 and 84%. The moving tiles, random warriors and fast movement increases its difficulty to 5 stars.
This is the only level to be Japan-themed so far.
This is the first main level to get delayed.
The "ghost" in the title might be a reference to yokai, which are common in Japanese mythology.