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Marble It Up!

Rating Summary

Based on 18 critic reviews
Strong Man

OpenCritic Rating

75

Top Critic Average

67%

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Based on 18 critic reviews
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Game Information

Available on:Nintendo SwitchSep 29, 2018

Developer: Marble It Up! LLC

Genres: Arcade, Platformer

Get Ready to Roll!

Marble It Up! is the joyful, bouncing, beautiful game you’ve been waiting for. Roll, jump, and master the marble physics to make your way through dozens of breathtaking levels! Experience first-hand the simple joy of rolling while exploring a gloriously psychedelic world full of mind-bending levels and dynamic power-ups. Racing to the goal line is an accomplishment at all levels of play - and with leaderboard replays, ghost races, and rewards to help push you toward the next level, you'll be a master in no time!

Nintendo Switch is the perfect platform for Marble It Up! - a system as fun to use as its games are to play. With HD rumble, you'll actually feel the rush of power-ups and the danger of different terrain. Your collection of Marble skins and cosmetics will look just as gorgeous in handheld mode as they do on your TV screen! And most importantly - the physics-based controls feel more responsive and crisp than any other Marble roller game to date.

So, whether you’ve been rolling marbles for the last decade or have never even seen a marble before (which we find hard to believe) - there’s never been a better time to pick up, play, and Marble It Up!

The next generation of marble rolling game has arrived.

Features:

- Roll, bounce, and boost your way to the finish line across 40 visually striking maps!

- Runs beautifully in both docked and handheld modes at 60fps

- Unlock majestic marble skins!

- Race against your best times in Ghost Mode!

- Watch replays from the online Leaderboards (and learn from the best!)

- Use exciting power-ups to slow time, launch into the air, and glide your way to glory!

- FEEL the course with HD rumble support.

- Test your skills and smarts in an incredibly varied set of kinetic platforming puzzles!

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Destructoid

6.5 / 10.0
Destructoid

If you have been waiting for something approaching a new Super Monkey Ball, or just want a pretty direct translation of the Marble Madness formula, Marble It Up! has you covered. Just don't expect a lot from it and you will probably be very satisfied.

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GamingTrend

80 / 100
GamingTrend

Marble It Up is a cool racing platformer that lives in the realm of games like Super Monkey Ball. The controls are quick to learn and the gameplay is simple yet satisfying. The visuals and level designs are wonderful and no two levels look the same. Unfortunately the game doesn't take long to beat, but it's still worth the ride.

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Gaming Nexus

8 / 10.0
Gaming Nexus

Marble it Up is an enjoyable game, but the short length might turn some people off, especially for its twenty dollar price point.  If you're someone who is constantly trying to better their times in games with time trials, or you're a completionist that just has to unlock everything, Marble it Up will definitely keep you busy trying to find new and interesting ways to finish each stage as fast as possible.  Otherwise, the minimal content might turn some off for now, enjoyable as the current amount of content might be.

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COGconnected

82 / 100
COGconnected

There's plenty to like about Marble It Up! in its current form, but if you're not a diehard fan of the genre, it may be worth waiting for a sale due to how short Marble It Up! feels. It's absolutely a well-crafted experience that looks, sounds, and plays great. It's just a little frustrating to see another indie game on the Switch eShop that feels a little light on content, especially with its price point.

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