Move and rotate your statue and make colour combinations by shooting marbles at the right angle. Explore a huge dungeon map filled with treasures and gems to collect. Go on a puzzling adventure, defeat the many quests and come out victorious as you shoot your marbles to make great combos!
How to play
Meet the objective of each level and add stars to your level map
Destroy all the marbles in the chain before it hits the end
Aspire to cross the target score per level to earn stars
Aim the cannon to make combinations of three or more similar colored marbles
On making combinations, destroy marbles that reduce the length of the mobile train
A black bomb will destroy 4 marbles at once, two from each side
As you climb the level-map, you’ll get rewarded with special gems and jewels. Can you collect them all?
★ Highly addictive arcade gameplay
★ Shoot Fire balls and pop coloured marbles to stop the train
★ Vast dungeon map to explore
★ Unique jewel and sweet gold collecting system
★ Make matches of 1, 2, 3, 4 or more marbles
★ Lots of replay value and madness
★ Beautiful crisp HD graphics
Marble Blitz - Ball Blast Legend will be the first adaptation of the seminal ball-blasting favourite to offer fans the opportunity to see how well they stack up against the deep dungeons featured in this game. Become part of the mania en score high with this free addictive arcade game.
Gems to collect
Some legends say it was formed out of the rays of the moon. Others claim you can see the future in a moonstone during a waning moon.
Hematite [iron oxide]
An opaque mineral with a metallic luster, often black or silvery though having a blood-red streak and showing blood-red when cut in thin slices. Hematite has long been connected to Mars, the red god of war; it was believed that when warriors rubbed their bodies with hematite, they became invulnerable.
Apple-green and slightly fluorescent; a merry stone, a gift in times of joy. Historically, both the Greeks and Romans used it in their seals and signets. Like opal and chrysoberyl, it was said to have the power to confer invisibility on the one who wore it.
Tourmaline is a complex gemstone found in a tremendous range of colors that includes green, blue, yellow, pink, red, black and the watermelon variety, which is both pink and green.
Black Tourmaline [aka schorl]
Protect against dark magic.
Mineralogical kin to turquoise; often apple-green, though what materializes for Alasdair is a deep-green bead and relates to human-to-animal telepathy.
Another feldspar which, though translucent, often has a multicolored sheen.
A relatively soft stone. The ancient Romans called it cupid paederos, "child beautiful as love," regarding it as a "symbol of hope and purity."
The only gemstone composed of one pure element, carbon, whose molecules are bonded with perfect symmetry in every direction.
The bright green variety of beryl. Emeralds are the gem of spring and rebirth, a protection at sea, an antidote to certain poisons.
Technically not a stone at all but fossilized resin, however only the pearl predates its use as a gem. Amber beads have been found in prehistoric sites, and amber is believed to have been traded before 2000 B.C.
The garnet group includes — but is not limited to — almandine (red with violet tint), green andradite and uvarovite, pyrope (red with brown tint), and hessonite (a cinnamon to yellow grossular garnet).
YASG was created for school project, so don't expect a GOTY material here. It was tested only on two devices, so I don't guarantee that it will works on your phone.