Tower Defense Ball Shooting Game – Marbles Lines
Marbles Lines is a classic-style tower defense ball shooting game for kids where your goal is to make sure the advancing line of different-colored marbles (balls) doesn’t make it to the end of the path. In this fun and colorful game, you must shoot different-colored marbles at the marching line of marbles that is inching its way along a path. If the first marbles reach the hole at the end of that pathway – its game over!
Marble Lines is an easy-to-play version of the popular tower defense-type games, and is perfect for younger kids. Use your Marble Blaster to fire new marbles into the line, one after another. Eliminate marbles by forming groups of 3 or more of the same color. Clear all marbles in the line on each level to progress. Your quick reactions will be tested as there are so many marbles creeping their way along the path. It will also exercise your color-coordination abilities as you must keep matching marbles of the same color – under pressure! Think you’ve got what it takes? Happy marble munching!
How to Play: Use your Marble Blaster to fire marbles into the marching line. Before you shoot, you see the color of the next loaded marble poking out of the top of your gun. To shoot, point the gun by moving your computer mouse and left click to shoot. To swap the color of the next marble to be shot, hit the Spacebar on your computer keyboard. Your shot enters the line of marbles exactly where you aim. If that marble makes at least 3 in a row of the same color, all of those marbles will be eliminated (this is good!)
However, if you fire a marble into the line where it doesn’t make at least 3 in a row – it will only make the line longer (this is not good!) To complete a level, you must eliminate all marbles in the line. As you progress through the levels, the path moves more quickly, and in later levels, you have to deal with two different paths (Yikes!)
Tip: Use your swap option; Keep swapping and firing the same color marble to increase your chances of matching 3 or more.