Rolling Sky – Fate is a map that’s been inspired by the original Rolling Sky game on the mobile platform that just celebrated it’s 4th anniversary. For those who aren’t familiar with Rolling Sky, it’s an exciting platforming game on the mobile platform in which players have to roll a ball through several dangerous tracks while ensuring that they don’t fall off or run into any obstacles that’ll stop them in their tracks. Rolling Sky – Fate takes the tried and true gameplay that this game has been renowned for and recreates it within the Minecraft world and the end result of all this is actually a pretty immersive and engaging visual experience that you’ll be quite pleased with.
The gameplay of Rolling Sky – Fate, much like the original Rolling Sky, revolves around moving through a dangerous series of obstacles while trying to ensure that you don’t fall off the platform. There’s only one level in the map but it’s fairly long and there are two difficulty settings to choose from as well and each individual difficulty level provides a completely unique experience. The level design itself is pretty spectacular and the straightforward mouse based controls are quite intuitive and make for a highly engaging experience.
Compatibility and Technical Aspects
Aside from being extremely fun to play, Rolling Sky – Fate is solid on a technical level as well so there aren’t any significant bugs or glitches in the map that would surface at inconvenient times and hinder your experience in any way. Rolling Sky – Fate has been designed for version 1.16.4 of Minecraft so you’ll need to have the same version of the game in order to enjoy the map.
Overall, Rolling Sky – Fate is a stellar Minecraft map featuring a near flawless recreation of the original Rolling Sky’s gameplay.
How to install Rolling Sky – Fate Map?
- Press the Windows or Start button, then press R. This will open the Run prompt.
- Type %appdata% into the prompt and run the command.
- A folder filled with other folders will now open. Just find the Minecraft folder among these and open it.
- In .minecraft you will find another folder, saves. Unzip and move your world file into this folder and you’re all done.