Marble Blast
Marble Blast
1.3.1

3.8

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Marble Blast1.3.1

17 January 2003

Roll your marble past obstacles and hazards.

Overview

Marble Blast is a game where you roll your marble through a rich cartoon landscape of moving platforms and dangerous hazards. Along the way find power ups to increase your speed, jumping ability or flight power, and use them to collect the hidden gems and race to the finish for the fastest time.

What's new in Marble Blast

Version 1.3.1:
  • fixes a problem with Mac OS X 10.1.5.

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14 Reviews of Marble Blast

4
Anonymous
17 January 2003
Version: 1.3

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A FPR (First Person Roller). I love it! It's very well done and reminds me a lot of an old marble game I used to play on my SE/30. I'd register it if the process were reasonable (e.g., just let me PayPal you the 15 bucks instead of that "create an account" nonsense).
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asmeurer-1
16 February 2005
Version: 1.3.1
It's ironic that this game came on my new 17" iMac G5 and it doesn't support the native resolution of 1400x900. The least you could do it use the stretched resolutions instead of the one with the black bars on the sides.
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4.5
Anonymous
26 November 2003
Version: 1.3.1
A great game - very very addicting, it runs fine on our system, apart from freezing sometimes on one of the levels. Really worth it, but hard to stop especially if you have work to do!
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4.25
Anonymous
14 November 2003
Version: 1.3.1
This is a great game running on a great new engine. I would suggest those of you having problems take a look at your system and maybe do an update or two. Runs fine on my PBG4 on os 10.2.8. Also I have had no problems on any of my other 2 PMG4s which have been running 10.2.6 until just recently. It really bothers me when someone says something is buggy and it is just their system config that is the actual problem... A former Apple emp.
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Anonymous
08 October 2003
Version: 1.3.1
Acutally there is a way to skip a level. Control-click on Marble Blast application. Choose Show package contents. Now go to marble/client. Find a file called prefs.cs. Open it and look for something like $pref::QualifiedLevelAdvanced(Beginner,Custom,etc).. If you find 15 change to 16,20 to 21 and volia! You've skipped the level!
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Anonymous
23 September 2003
Version: 1.3.1
It's stable on three macs here, all 10.2.7. My kids are addicted, I'm trying to resist. Lots of fun. Sure would be nice to have a way to bypass levels though.
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2.5
Anonymous
11 August 2003
Version: 1.3.1
Crashes my powerbook G4 with 10.2.6 every time I open it. Looks like it would be great fun, but after having to reboot my computer every time I tried, I quit. You get what you pay for.
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1.5
Anonymous
31 July 2003
Version: 1.3.1
Yes, I'd love to try out this game, especially since Apple and GarageGames are giving it away free to all .Mac subscribers. Too bad it crashes every time I get passed the intro menu. Its very infuriating to have Apple promote buggy software.
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3.75
Laurie Vaughan
29 June 2003
Version: 1.3.1
Apart from the challenge of this game, it is helping me to get over my vertigo. I don't like having to master one level before moving on to another, I would like it if you could skip that level and come back to it later.
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Anonymous
11 May 2003
Version: 1.3.1
Why does it sound like all of these reviews were written by the developer? It's truly a fun game, but the reviews take it to another level... gimme a break.
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4.5
Anonymous
16 March 2003
Version: 1.3.1
THIS IS A FANTASTIC GAME. SINCE I'VE REGISTERED 2 WEEKS AGO MY CHILDREN HAVEN'T PLAYED ANYTHING ELSE
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4.75
Ian Lueck
27 February 2003
Version: 1.3.1
Boo-yeah! A beefed-up Marble Madness for the 21st century! The graphics are colorful and the game runs at 60 fps! The music is quite catchy! The controls, using a combo of the mouse for the camera and keyboard for movement/action, work very well. And the demo actually lets you play quite a few levels, unlike most paper-thin demos today. Try it- you won't regret it.
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5
Anonymous
18 January 2003
Version: 1.3
I have never so quickly run out an bought a game ! Excelent !
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4.5
Anonymous
17 January 2003
Version: 1.3
Top notch game, fun for ALL ages.
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4
Anonymous
17 January 2003
Version: 1.3
A FPR (First Person Roller). I love it! It's very well done and reminds me a lot of an old marble game I used to play on my SE/30. I'd register it if the process were reasonable (e.g., just let me PayPal you the 15 bucks instead of that "create an account" nonsense).
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