Rolling Sky Remake Level
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What is an RSR file?
An RSR file is a game level created for use with Rolling Sky Remake, a fan-made version of the video game Rolling Sky. It defines the level's layout, including what terrain and objects it contains. Players can download many RSR files on Rolling Sky Remake's website.
Rolling Sky Remake is a Windows, Mac, and Android game in which players roll a ball across a 3D path, dodging obstacles along the way. It is based on the original Rolling Sky game.
Players can create their own Rolling Sky Remake levels (using the game's level editor) or import other players' levels. These levels are saved as RSR files. While players can typically edit RSR files created by other players, some are password-locked and can be edited only if the player knows the associated password.
How to open an RSR file
You can open an RSR file with Rolling Sky Remake (multiplatform). To do so, open the game, click the Play button, and then click the Import button. You can then navigate to and import your RSR file. After you do, the level the file contains will appear in Rolling Sky Remake's level selection menu.
Programs that open RSR files
Poser Model Preview File
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Preview image of a 3D model created with Poser, a 3D model rendering and animation program; provides a thumbnail preview image of the model in the Library palette; saved with the same filename as the file it represents, except for the extension.
NOTE: RSR files are only used by the Windows versions of Poser before the Poser Pro Pack. They can be read by the Windows version of Poser 7 and earlier, but are not supported by Poser 8. Newer versions of Poser save preview images in the .PNG format, which is compatible with both Mac and Windows machines.