This has happened in Asia in this May that the Rolling Sky Collection has flown to the Nintendo Switch

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The developers of Rising Win Tech and Cheetah Mobile along with publisher Leoful has announced that they are going to release a new collection that will come on the Nintendo Switch. The Rolling Sky Collection is instrumental in combining two rhythm music games that are award-winning called the Rolling Sky along with it the Rolling Sky 2 and brings the two together in a single collection.

The series of Rolling Sky is part of the rhythm music games where movie shots of a steel ball are taken by the players so that it can dodge the various impediments in a world of 3D. The effect changes and the graphics move in accordance with the music. Rolling Sky Collection Flies Onto Nintendo Switch This May In Asia.

Rolling Sky 2 is the sequel that has got twelve levels where each one of it features a world that is unique. The levels of the game range from the explorers who are trying to find a home for themselves and there are also dolls who are always trying to win back their freedom as well as a team like Bonnie and Clyde who are searching for a treasure. Behind each level, the basic intention is to create an animated movie that is interactive.

In this game, there is even more music than the title that was released previously as over 70 musicians worked on it dishing out original songs. The musicians worked in tandem with the European Symphony Orchestra.

The German Red Dot Design Award for the year 2018 has been own by the Rolling Sky 2.

While the first game happens to be a combination of the fun and rhythm, there is a combination of a great story and music in the second game.

For the time being, the collection will be available only in Asia. It is very much unknown as of now whether the package that has been set will get a worldwide release or not.

Kero Blaster and Ittle De have been previously published by Leoful in both physical and digital releases on the Nintendo Switch. Games have been developed for both the Nintendo Switch and mobile by the Rising Wing Tech while a long list having titles such as Cooking Adventure, Piano Tiles, and Pocket World 3D has been released by cheetah mobile.  

He games for Rolling Sky have been released previously on PC and IOS. Once the games were available on Android but all of the titles of Cheetah Mobile have been removed by Google in early January from the Play Store for having fraudulent ad content and misleading. At least, with the release of this collection, players will consider themselves lucky because they will have full access to all the games without worrying anything about any kind of disruptive ads that will interrupt their experience. 

The release of the Rolling Sky Collection is going to be a physical release. 

For those players who want to get the best of both the worlds and want to play both the games now, both the games are separately available on PC and IOS. The versions of IOS are free to play but it has got ads and in-app purchases. For those players who are in love with the game but are not quite happy with the ads and do not like them, it would be worthwhile to wait for the collection to be released and arrive to serve their purpose. 

This May, in the year 2020 the game Rolling Sky Collection is going to be launched in Asia.


      

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