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Marble Blast Online

  • IsraeliRD
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  • Last updated on Apr 14, 2014
Videos for Marble Blast Online that I made (gameplay, glitches and other random things). Includes some custom maps.
Please note that this game is no longer available (read more about it below). Levels were made in QuArK and ported through map2dif for TGEA. I have all the original map files and no, I'm not going to give them out so don't bother to ask.

About Marble Blast Online:

Marble Blast Online was released by GarageGames (later known as TorquePowered and then returned back to the original name) in late Janurary 2008 on http://instantaction.com. This game was essentially Marble Blast Ultra ported to both Windows and Mac platforms. Users received 5 marbles free when they played, and if they wanted to play with new marbles they would have had to purchase tokens. The Torque and GarageGames marbles were not available to people who were not staff of GarageGames and/or InstantAction. Marble Blast Online was free to play, meaning all singleplayer and multiplayer maps were available*. InstantAction went into a lengthy maintenance mode in March 2010, only for the public to learn months later that the site would never be resurrected due to financial losses. Since then, Marble Blast Online would no longer be available to the public.

Originally Marble Blast Ultra was developed on the PC, and had 21 multiplayer maps. When it was ported and released to the Xbox360, only 10 multiplayer maps were released with it (but it did have all marbles, including both Torque and GarageGames). With Marble Blast Online, an additional 10 maps were released. A year or two later when Marble Blast Ultra received an update with new maps (DLC content), you could get 10 new maps as well, but one of them was different.

This map was called Concentric and was released to Marble Blast Ultra only. Core, another multiplayer map, was exclusive to Marble Blast Online. The developers were split which of the maps to use for Marble Blast Online and eventually decided on Core.

* - I could be wrong, but I think that only the first 30 singleplayer levels were available and you had to purchase the rest. Or it was only during a certain period of time... I really don't remember. I do recall all multiplayer maps being available...
Videos for Marble Blast Online that I made (gameplay, glitches and other random things). Includes some custom maps.
Please note that this game is no longer available (read more about it below). Levels were made in QuArK and ported through map2dif...
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