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Marble Mania

A topic by KilledByAPixel created Oct 05, 2016 Views: 429 Replies: 11
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Working on a marble madness inspired game using UE4. It's taken me a while to get the graphics looking correct but I think I have it down now after getting some advice from irwatts. Player controls are in and core gameplay is functional. I am setting it up as an endless runner.

So far all I have to show is this tweet with a gif, compression makes it look terrible though...

I will have more to show soon!


Ohhh yeah; Used to love playing these type of games! Looking forward to your game


Another alltime fave for me! Good luck!

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Loving this so far, can't wait to play it (also, compression isn't making it horrible at all, it's making it look more legit! Like it's streamed from a crappy display device from back in the days)


Thanks! I'm taking the day off from work tomorrow so I can work on it all day. So much to do!


Excellent idea! That game type is one of my all-time favourites! Looking forward to trying it out.

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Things are progressing well. Better player controls. New font. Lots more section types for the random generation. So much more work to do.

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I made a ton of progress today. The game is all functional, but missing a lot of the trimmings and gameplay balance. Also I still plan to add sound effects and music.

Latest GIF:


This takes me back to old PC isometric ball-controlling games. But with the game boy style to it. Keep it up!

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Just submitted my entry!

Put some extra polish in today for high score tracking, and boot up sequence. Also added more randomness and tweaked gameplay. Got slightly better font working. I really wish I had more time though. The sound effects are super rushed and ran out of time for music.


I made a video of my entry!

Rate my game:


I wrote a Postmortem of my experience on this game jam. I go into some details about how it was made where I went wrong. There is also some info about how to achieve this effect in UE4. I hope you enjoy!