Marble Lines

by Novel Games Limited

A strategic game for forming and destroying groups of identical marbles to prevent them from falling into a hole.

Operating system: Windows

Publisher: Novel Games Limited

Release : Marble Lines 1.5.1

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'Marble Lines' is a dynamic strategy game that demands precision, quick thinking, and concentration. The primary objective is to prevent the line of colored marbles from reaching a point of no return by forming groups of at least three identical marbles, which will destroy them and clear the line.

At the beginning of each level, a line of colored marbles steadily moves through a maze, inexorably heading towards a hole at the end of the path. You control a launcher located at the center of the maze, armed with a marble ready to be shot, and the ability to see which marble will be up next. You can move your mouse to alter the shooting direction, then click to launch the marble.

  • Form groups of three or more identical marbles to destroy them
  • Launcher with the ability to preview the next marble
  • Change shooting direction by moving the mouse
  • Swap the positions of the marbles in the launcher by pressing the space bar
  • Score displayed in the top-right corner of the screen

If you manage to form groups of at least three marbles of the same color, these marbles are eliminated from the line and the remaining marbles merge. As you progress, the mazes become increasingly complex and the number of marbles grows, making the game progressively more challenging. If the marbles fall into the hole, the game is over. This game, with its many twists and turns, promises intense and captivating moments of entertainment.

'Marble Lines' enhances strategic thinking and concentration through its dynamic gameplay and challenging levels.
Operating system: Windows 7/8/10
Processor: 1 GHz or higher
RAM: Minimum of 512MB
Hard disk space: 100MB or more

Easy to learn with a simple, intuitive control system.
Challenging game play that enforces quick thinking and precision.
Offers progressive difficulty for sustained entertainment.

Can become repetitive after extended play.
Complexity increases quickly, can be frustrating.
No multiplayer option for competitive play.
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