by: Jason Miller • 29
Despite the harmless appearance of the screenshots, Polar Roller is an extremely unclassifiable game based on physics, where a ball must roll over infinite randomly generated platforms, the farther the better.
The game starts without mercy (no menus, settings, or tips of any kind), so expect a few minutes of absolute confusion to understand what's going on. The plot thickens when you find at the upmost left corner of the screen a button titled "roll" that rolls the camera, turning your screen upside down - or any other allegedly random effect. The sphere also reacts in a different way to different kinds of platforms, and there are colored squares on your way to get temporary acceleration or defy gravity.
Don't let your ball down even when you look stuck on a wall or the side of a platform; a tap or flick can save the game and keep you rolling.
If you thought Flappy Bird was fifty-fifty absurd and addictive, it's because you haven't played Polar Roller.
by Peter , Appszoom
Jul 19, 2014
The "Snow" must go on as they say and you will too in Polar Rollar! A sidescrolling platformer designed to test the depths of your reflexes as you speed, bounce, roll, slide and launch your way across an infinite dynamically generated winter wonderland!!
how to play:
Tap anywhere on the screen to jump.
The roll button starts or stops rolling the camera with the snowball. Adjust it to get the perfect angle for your jumps and landing after big air! Or just leave it on for the challenge!
When hitting the edge of a surface you can wall jump. You cannot wall jump on every platform. Different platforms dynamically generated have different physics properties. This game is fully 3d with a physics engine so time your jumps, and manage your acceleration for best results!