On A Roll 3D
Platform Release Date Cost Players
Microsoft Store - Xbox One & PC 07 Dec 2018 £3.99/$4.79/€4.79 1 local Microsoft Store - Xbox One & PC
iOS App Store - iPad & iPhone 02 Mar 2018 £2.99/$2.99/€3.49 1 local iOS App Store - iPad & iPhone
Steam - PC, Mac & Linux 12 Feb 2015 £2.79/$3.99/€3.99 1 local Steam - PC, Mac & Linux
Our favourite spherical hero is back, only this time in glorious 3D! Can you navigate through 24 huge levels across 6 different themes? Be prepared to take on all the platformer classics: spikes, mines, dynamite, conveyor belts, springs, switches, doors, bumpers, lasers, saws, fire, ice, water, electricity and trapdoors, not to mention a host of enemies and bosses!
On A Roll 3D was released on 12th February 2015 on Steam for PC, and on 14th October 2016 support for Mac and Linux was added. On 2nd March 2018 it was our first release on iOS when it became available for iPad and iPhone, with full support for Game Center achievements and leaderboards. On 7th December 2018, the game became our first release on Xbox One with support for Xbox Live leaderboards and achievements.
On A Roll 3D is the sequel to On A Roll, which was the first game ever released by Battenberg Software. We've written a level guide below, which gives you a few handy hints and tips on how to get through the game and how to defeat the bosses.
Here is a video trailer and some screenshots from the game. Click on the screenshots to view larger versions. You can also download the soundtrack to the game for free here.
Level Guide
On A Roll 3D is split into six separate levels, each of which have three areas and a boss. This brief guide explains what you can find on each level, what nasties you'll have to contend with if you're to get through it and the best way to defeat each boss. Enjoy!
Levels 7 - 9 DLC
Platform Release Date Cost Players
Steam - PC, Mac & Linux 06 May 2022 £1.69/$1.99/€1.59 1 local Steam - PC, Mac & Linux
On 6th May 2022 three brand new On A Roll 3D levels were released for the Steam version of the game. These include lots of new objects and game mechanics along with some old favourites. As with the existing six levels each of the new levels is split into three areas and is followed by a boss. The new levels are: