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Manic Marble 2 Free for iPad

Everything you love about Manic Marble is now on the iPad at 1024x768 resolution

Everything you love about Manic Marble is now on the iPad at 1024x768 resolution

Manic Marble 2 Free for iPad

by Rich Olson
Manic Marble 2 Free for iPad
Manic Marble 2 Free for iPad

What is it about?

Everything you love about Manic Marble is now on the iPad at 1024x768 resolution!

Manic Marble 2 Free for iPad

App Details

Version
1.3
Rating
(1558)
Size
3Mb
Genre
Action Arcade
Last updated
March 16, 2012
Release date
March 25, 2010
More info

App Store Description

Everything you love about Manic Marble is now on the iPad at 1024x768 resolution!

Important Note: Some users have reported feeling "seasick" due to Manic Marble's combination of 3D graphics and motion-based control system. If you should in anyway feel ill during the use of Manic Marble, discontinue play immediately.

Manic Marble is back with more free and crazy 3D levels!

Fly over jumps and dodge moving obstacles by tilting and turning your device.

Complete the current level by the goal time to unlock the next one.

Features:

-Fast 3D graphics and physics engine provided by SIO2 Interactive

-Intuitive accelerometer-based control system

-Optional touch-based control system

-Four difficulty settings - including slow motion and high speed options

Tips:

- Practice controlling your marble on the introductory level. Choose the "calibrate" option to optimize the controls for how you prefer to hold your device. If you don't like the accelerometer-based control - try switching to touch-based control.

-Is Manic Marble too easy or too hard? Try a different difficulty setting! Difficulty can be set by pressing the "Menu" button while on the introductory level.

- Don't expect to make goal time for a level the first try. Making goal time takes practice and requires completing the level with relatively few mistakes.

- If you need to slow down quickly - pull your device straight back. It's easier to brake when you're not trying to turn.

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