Spring Marbles


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BenSpring MarblesIt's finally spring and time for some sunshine! For anyone still stuck indoors watching the rain, Rincom9 has you covered with Spring Marbles, a light, cheerful puzzle game that will brighten even the most overcast day. Across 28 levels, your aim is to clear each board of marbles, with the catch that they can only be removed in specific groups. The cards on the right side of the screen will show you what groups you'll need to make, so it's just a matter of figuring out how to remove them from the shape on the playfield by clicking and dragging over the marbles you want to take away. Keep in mind that you can create groups horizontally even if the diagram shows you need them vertically, and vice-versa. Gameplay is intuitive and entirely mouse controlled, and the crisp graphics and clean UI mean there's never any confusion about what you're meant to do... just how to do it. Puzzle or logic fans will love this one, and it's a welcome reminder of why we all look forward to spring's arrival.

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wildflower12 April 28, 2012 5:24 AM

This among several other games, doesn't fit in the screen. The edges are completely cut off. Can we have either a bigger screen or an alt link?

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Hi wildflower12. Can we get some more information? The game looks fine to me on Windows Chrome. What browser are you using? What other games are you experiencing this on? (Remember that details help us track down user issues.)

I have no problems with this game fitting in its screen. Maybe you accidentally zoomed in on it?

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This is definitely a browser "zoom" issue. Your browser has been zoomed in and that adversely affects the display of some Flash games. You can reset most browsers by pressing [ctrl]-0 (zero) or by selecting "Reset" from the browser's "View" menu. Check our Support page FAQ for answers to this and other commonly asked questions.

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It was a decent puzzler. Somewhat easy, I only had trouble on 2 or 3 levels.

The general strategy is to

remove the larger or more complicated shapes first and then use the alloted 2- and 3-orb shapes to divide up the remaining orbs.

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