A downloadable ROLL : The Eyeventure for Windows, macOS, Linux, and Android

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ROLL : The Eyeventure is a relaxing adventure game designed for tablets and smartphones.

« Using your device's gyroscope, guide a lonely little eye lost in a colorful, dreamlike world! »

ROLL : The Eyeventure is the culmination of a student project initially launched in 2018 at L3Di school.

3 years later, Nicolas ZELVELDER and Etienne KARCIAUSKAS, the duo at the origin of the project, take back the concept and realize a new version of the game, more accomplished. 

The average playing time is around 5 minutes and can be played by a very large audience, from 5 years old.

This time they are accompanied by a small team that supports them during the production of the game.

ROLL: The Eyeventure will finally be released for free on Google Play Store on March 17, 2021 and on October 11, 2021 on Apple Store.

To fully enjoy the experience, we highly recommand you to play with the gyroscope of your tablet or smartphones ! The game is free on Google Play and Apple Store !

The team :

Nicolas ZELVELDER (Game Design, Art, Programming - Project referent):

- nicolas.zelv@gmail.com

- https://twitter.com/NicolasZelv

Etienne KARCIAUSKAS (Sound Design, Art) :

- https://www.artstation.com/etienne_k

Damien MAYANCE (Programming) :

- https://twitter.com/Valryon

Mathieu BOUCHONNET (Programming) :

- https://twitter.com/Eagleee_

Quentin GENDRE (VFX) :

- https://www.artstation.com/quentin-gendre

Julia CLÉMENT (Narrative Design) :

- https://juliaclem.itch.io/

Thank you again to the L3Di teaching staff : Guillaume Boissinot, Erik Geslin, Emma Probert, Laurent Gosselin and Massi Belabbas.

PlatformsWindows, macOS, Linux, Android
Rated 5.0 out of 5 stars
(2 total ratings)
AuthorNicolas Zelv
Tags2D, artgame, Casual, chill, Colorful, eyeventure, Minimalist, Relaxing, roll, Short


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ROLL.zip 45 MB
ROLL.apk 41 MB

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