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For other uses of this term, see Rollin. Rollin Screenshot of Rollin Developer(s) Ticsoft Publisher(s) Ticsoft Designer(s) SAV Creation[1] Platform(s) MS-DOS Release date(s) 1995 Genre(s) Puzzle video game[2] Mode(s) Up to 2 players Cabinet Top-Down Perspective Display VGA resolution Rollin was written by Michael Riedel from SAV Creation and published by Ticsoft, who among others also published Road Hog! and Flying Tigers[3]. Rollin is a fast-paced game which requires a lot of concentration. The object of the game is to maneuver the ball from the start to the goal. The ball follows the laws of gravity, momentum and the conservation of energy. Various dangers and problems have to be mastered. Up to 2 players can play the game with either the keyboard, mouse or 2 joysticks. A friendware version of the game was distributed with Limited Distribution License: "This product is being distributed as friendware. That is, you can pass copies along to friends as long as you do not charge for it. This includes charging for the disk that the product is placed on. No fee of any kind can be charged unless a distribution agreement is signed with an authorized Ticsoft distributor. Distribution of this product via BBS is acceptable." Contents 1 Gameplay 2 See also 3 References 4 External links Gameplay The player has been transformed into a ball by an evil scientist. Now he must roll his way through various mazes if the player hopes to survive. His goal is to roll your marble around the level, collecting items and gold (in order to buy keys or other items at shops) in order to eventually get to the level's exit. The player wil encounter monsters, keys, doors, trampolines, acid to destroy walls, and more. See also Marble Blast Gold Ballance Marble Blast Ultra Switchball Rock 'n' Roll (video game) References ^ "Moby Games - Rollin". Retrieved 2008-08-10.  ^ "DOSGAMES - Puzzle games". Retrieved 2008-08-10.  ^ "Games published by Ticsoft". Retrieved 2008-08-10.  External links - Rollin' (DOS/Windows) cheats, codes, hints, and FAQs - Game music base - database of Games, Games music and soundtracks