Description of Marble Madness
I spent countless coins on the arcade version of this game, which proves why Atari was a highly successful game company in the 80s: original concept, great graphics, and solid gameplay. Guide a ball as it rolls downhill toward the exit, escaping enemies and obstacles along the way. A truly timeless masterpiece of game design. Colorful isometric graphics and realistic ball physics (complete with inertia and gravity) are the game's hallmarks that set it apart from other arcade games in its time. Highly recommended!
Note: the keyboard control is implemented like an afterthought-- make sure you have a joystick hooked up to get the most enjoyment from this game.
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Comments and reviews
Jegas 2014-01-03 0 point DOS version
Dosbox 0.74 + Win7 (64 bit) Works ... I had a problem with it not working well with my joystick (which works fine for any other thing I do - USB) - kinda works but nope. Game runs - might be dosbox thing I dunno.
Also - I personally had to slow down the CPU in DosBox for this game it was quite hyper.
Theresajayne 2012-10-04 0 point DOS version
why havent they made a version on the Ipad - that would be amazing.
Commodore 2012-08-26 0 point DOS version
I was so hooked on MM! Almost broke my wrist using the rollerball on the original arcade game!
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