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Clearly, This is what Rock Simulator Should Have Been

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In Rolling Sun, you're a rock. Well, technically, you're a god whose avatar is a rock. Point is, you control a rock and solve physics puzzles in some really fancy environments, all the while unlocking new skills. See? Already better than Rock Simulator.

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The game's been in development for PC since 2012 in one form or another, receiving a trailer this February and arriving on Steam Greenlight just two days ago. There's no release date set, but the project's CryDev page estimates that it's 90% complete. It certainly looks that way, even if you look at the February trailer:

Looks nice and mellow. Level art's gorgeous, too. If you're interested, you can download a rough, two-level demo from the CryDev page*, vote for the game to get greenlit here, or follow the developers on Indie DB. There's also a few environment screenshots for you below.

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*If you do get the demo, note that the game executables are in the Bin32 and Bin64 folders. Look for GameSDK.exe. As I said, rough!

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Rolling Sun [Steam Greenlight]

Rolling Sun [Indie DB]

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DISCUSSION

gentlemoondestr
Siddhartha Gautama (????????? ????)

"A platfrom game with a new kind"

"Funny gameplay with some abilities"

"Disover multiples environments"

Aren't these somehow strange or even gramatically and/or semantically wrong sentences?

Gives me the feeling that the game will be full of bugs if they don't even really care about checking three single sentences.