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A prose adaptation of the first level of the videogame. Captures well the abstract, crystalline beauty of being a marble and striving towards the Goal.
-- Carl Muckenhoupt
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A 20 move adventure that has some surprising moments and great replay value.
I played this game and to my delight discovered how nice it is. I could just keep playing it.
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