Warning: 3D Stunt Marbles Pro for Android is highly addictive [Hands On Video]

by Robert Nazarian on

Last month I reviewed 3D Stunt Marbles, but it was just a preview version. They just released the official version a few days ago, and it’s as awesome as I expected. For now, there’s 15 brand new levels or destinies as they call it, but the developer, DMW Media, is promising updates with at least five new destinies per month.

Basically it’s a physics game in which you use your phone or tablet’s accelerometer to negotiate your marble around obstacles including ramps, ledges, tunnels, half-pipes and more. You must roll over each gem to complete the level. This new Pro version adds more detailed layouts, camera controls to change your viewing angle, and night time settings.

3D Stunt Marbles Pro is only .99 cents which is cheap considering how much fun you’re going to have with it. They even threw in a second game called 3D Flick Bowling, but honestly, I haven’t even tried it yet because 3D Stunt Marbles is so good. Checkout my hands on video after the break.

YouTube Preview Image

Android Market Link

3D Stunt Marbles Review [Hands On Video]

by Robert Nazarian on

The other day I stumbled upon 3D Stunt Marbles by DMW Media and I immediately downloaded it. At first I didn’t think much of it, but quickly I was impressed. 3D Stunt Marbles is a physics game, but quite simple. You need to negotiate your marble by tilting your tablet or phone around obstacles, ledges, tunnels, half-pipes, and more. You have to collect all the gems to complete each level.

This is a pre-release version so unfortunately there are only 7 levels, but DMW Media gives us a good taste of what’s coming. The developer is targeting early 2012 for a full release which will bring 20 new levels along with plans to add newer levels every couple of weeks. Why not give it a try, it’s free in the Android Market.

YouTube Preview Image

Android Market Link

Marble Droid brings amazing 3D playgrounds that will keep you entertained for hours [Hands on Video]

by Robert Nazarian on

A couple of weeks ago, I reviewed 3D Stunt Marbles, which is a cool game, but if you’re looking for something conceptually the same, but a little different, the folks over at Zebralightning Studios just released Marble Droid.

With 3D Stunt Marbles it’s more about getting from point A to point B without rolling off the track. With Marble Droid, you want to get from point A to point B, but the maze or playground isn’t as dangerous. You need to figure out how to collect the orbs the fastest way possible. I say they aren’t dangerous, but I’ve only played 3 levels. The playgrounds include ramps, elevators, moving platforms, bumpers, boost pads, and even teleporters for warping to other parts of the playground. I found myself completely immersed in the playgrounds that Zebralightning Studios created, and I’ve only played three levels so far. I can only imagine how awesome the higher levels are going to be.

You can use the Accelerometer by tilting your phone or tablet (or an on screen joystick) to navigate your marble around the maze. You can even jump with a flicking motion. You can also easily change the camera angles by tapping on the the top, bottom, right or left sides.

» Read the rest