Marble Arena 2 coming to PC, Mac and Linux on December 13th

Brightside Entertainment has announced Marble Arena 2, a physics based, free, 3D marble game, featuring vibrant HD graphics, fun and addictive gameplay, and easy to use built-in editor for creating custom levels. The game will feature 50 mayhem filled levels, and being a physics based game, it will test the player’s rolling skills on several types of surfaces and make use of a multitude of physics contraptions in fun and sometimes headache inducing ways.

According to the developers, updated graphics engine will provide vibrant, 2011 looking, HD graphics, while still maintaining compatibility with lower spec’d computers or laptops. A built-in editor will also allow easy creation of custom levels, or customization of already existing ones.

Players will be pitted against sneaky A.I. controlled marbles in single player games, and against each other in multiplayer games of up to 32 participants.

The game will be available on December 13, 2011, for all major platforms (Windows, Mac OS and Linux) and will be completely free.

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