This was been released for a plethora of systems, and started it's life in the arcade, where you used a trackball. I have actually played this game on a couple of systems, but chose the NES, because it were there I played it the most. Now, first off, this game only has a very few levels, but they are very hard to get trough, and takes some time to complete. Basically, you start with a ball (presumably made of marble), and guide it through an isometric landscape, where you try to get to the end. That's it. There are of course a couple of obstacles on the way, but that's the basic gameplay. Both the sound and video are "ehh", I don't really find them memorable or impressive. The best part of this game is the gameplay, which, though, gets somewhat too repetitive, but still remains addicting.
The arcade classic made it as a port by Milton Bradley themselves and brought back the fun of trying to maneuver a marble through a maze filled with deadly obsticles and pitting players against the clock in a race to a f... Read Full Review
Although it may not be the best NES game out there, it is definitely original. Hitting a Marble against a bunch of walls and trying not to let it crack may not prove to be the best pasttime, it sure is addicting. I've pl... Read Full Review