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Marble Madness Construction Set gave enthusiasts of the arcade game Marble Madness a chance to create their own layouts that was not seen in any of the other home versions. However, it lacked a direct conversion of the arcade's level designs, which is where this Deluxe Edition comes in. Alongside an improved version of the construction set, the original game is converted, although without multicoloured graphics.


Marble Madness Deluxe Edition ZX Spectrum Get to the end of a screen within a set time and there's a bonus. I think screen one is deliberately easy, a bit of a teaser to keep you playing when other screens seem tough
Marble Madness Deluxe Edition ZX Spectrum We're off. The ball is manouvered using the arrow keys. This is not precision steering, it's more like influencing the direction the marble will roll next
Marble Madness Deluxe Edition ZX Spectrum Screen 3. more hazards to avoid and a great big hole to fall into. The timer on the left a counts down timer how much time I have before forfeiting the screen bonus
Marble Madness Deluxe Edition ZX Spectrum The game starts with the track appearing from the bottom of the screen, lie an iceberg rising from the deep

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Your Sinclair ZX Spectrum May, 1987 8 out of 10 80


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