Marble Blast Gold is a 3D arcade action game with simple yet addictive gameplay, suitable for players of any age. In the rich cartoon landscape of Marble Blast Gold, players will race their marbles through moving platforms, dangerous hazards, sparkling treasures and power up enhancements in an effort to complete each course in record time.
Marble Blast Gold introduces new players to the game with a set of progressively more difficult beginner training levels, each designed to showcase a power up or game hazard. The hazards players will face in Marble Blast include powerful fans, whirling tornados, land mines, pinball-style bumpers, narrow catwalks, moving pistons, dizzying chasms, and more.
The gameplay involves rolling a marble from the start pad to the end pad around a platform (usually several platforms), while avoiding the hazards along the way, like mines and trap doors. On some levels, there is a Qualifying time that you must beat in order to move on. There is also a Gold time for every level.
To get past these obstacles, players can find and use five different ability enhancing power ups – the SuperSpeed, SuperJump, SuperBounce, Shock Absorber and Gyrocopter. Some levels contain gravity modifiers, which allow the player to change the direction of gravity.
- Has over 100 challenging levels.
- Platford edge.
- Moving objects.
- Oil Slick.
- Trap doors.
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