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mik
mik presents ...

2008/7/13

Marbles

How to play:
Press 'Run' and then click-and-drag the golden ball. Clear the
board within the given number of moves. Bonus points are awarded
for keeping the golden ball on the board when it is cleared, and
for finishing in fewer moves than indicated. You earn an additional try
for every three boards cleared.

New in this version: More (and more interesting) levels.

Ideas for the future:
Levels (so that you only go to the beginning of the current level
when you lose, not the very start of the game).
"Black marbles": these must not fall of the board (but will be somewhat
in the way).
Smoking marbles (these must be cleared off the board within a given
time, or they'll explode...)

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Tags: mouse game simulation physics boardgame

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landrylandry

2013/5/24

man you should make your own pool game
David.BudnickDavid.Budnick

2013/11/22

Wow!
Green_CodeGreen_Code

2014/10/7

This is really good but in real life if the marble was to hit another straight on wouldn't it bounce straight back the way it came? Just a suggestion. :)
danpostdanpost

2014/10/7

@Green_Code, actually, no. All the energy would be transferred to the forward marble and the one doing the hitting would presumably stop. In real life, the only difference would be due to the roll of the first marble. Compare them to, lets say, billiard balls. The one doing the hitting would roll slightly forward. The only ways the hitting marble would reverse is if it had back-spin on it during contact OR if the second marble had more mass than the first (provided no other objects are influencing the system).
TolyToly

2016/3/13

Why isn't it even finished?
valdesvaldes

2016/5/11

@Mik, I downloaded your game, and sends one Error. Class Board, method getGoldMarble(), Line: List<Actor> marbles = getObjects (GoldMarble.class); //incompatible types Solution, chance Actor to GoldMarble. I obviously don't think you made a mistake, I suppose the problem are Greenfoot or Java updates.
RidicolasRidicolas

2016/11/24

Some times the gold ball goes off the screen bottom and I dont lose and I cant click it :(
RidicolasRidicolas

2016/11/24

level 5 you cant even see the ball
A new version of this scenario was uploaded on 2017-05-31 12:32:49 UTC Adapted to new API
mikmik

2017/5/31

@valdes - you are right. This was caused by a change in the Greenfoot API in a newer Greenfoot version. I have fixed the source code now - running the downloaded version should work again now.

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