Nordisk Releases Free Version of Marbians
Nordisk Film Games Publishing has released a free version of their popular retro, marble-themed puzzler, The Marbians. If you were on the fence, debating whether or not to drop a measly dollar (really?) for the full 72-level version, this is exactly what you need. These 16 levels can be downloaded at no cost for any device running Android 2.0 and above. It’s also worth noting that the paid 99¢ release has also been updated to support Honeycomb tablets.
Hit the break for a demo video and download links to both editions.
The Marbians need your help in this physics-based puzzle game—players must fling and flick the Marbians in their marble-encased spacesuits across increasingly formidable courses. Bounce the aliens off walls to earn more points, collect moon rocks, and find the way back to their UFOs! Navigate obstacles and challenging puzzles; then compare your best scores to those of your friends and the best players in the universe.
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