Platformer rules have changed in the video game Roll’d, and players will have to master the game mechanics to earn success. It will be coming to the Nintendo Switch this holiday season, and will provide a lot of entertainment, especially for those that are looking for a challenge. \n \nHere is a gameplay video of the PC version of Roll’d, which will be just like the Switch version: \n \nhttps:\/\/www.youtube.com\/watch?v=D8v5Im-8b80 \n \nThis is a unique platformer since the gamer doesn’t control the character. The track is what the player needs to focus on! They need to keep the course straight for the character to walk on, and if they don’t, they’ll lose. \n \nWhen the match starts, the hero begins walking along the course that the gamer has chosen. However, it won’t be a straight-shot forward. The course will feature inclines and declines that the player will need to straighten out for the hero to pass over. \n \nThe higher the difficulty, the curvier the course will become, making it much harder to keep the hero on the correct path. If the hero walks on the part of the map that is on a steep angle, they will fall off and plummet into the abyss. But no worries, the pig will climb back out of the nether and be ready for another stroll. \n \nRoll’d is genuinely one of the games that has a concept that’s easy to understand, but super challenging to master. \n \nThe gamer will start with a basic pig character, but all in all, there are over 30 heroes for the player to unlock as they navigate through four different difficulty modes and various graphical themes. \n \nThe better the gamer does on these courses, the higher the score they will accumulate. There is a world leaderboard that they can try and make, as well as achievements to earn. \n \nRoll’d isn’t just a single-player game. It supports up to four players for local multiplayer action as well! \n \nProbably the best part of this game is the price. It’s dirt cheap. Right now, Roll’d is selling for $1.99 through the Nintendo eShop, and it will be available to be played on December 26th. \n \nIf a gamer doesn’t have a Nintendo Switch, but they want to play Roll’d, it’s available on PC via Steam, and it’s literally selling for 49 cents. The reviews are good enough to truly warrant someone purchasing the game for the price point of two gumballs!