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Design your own marble run using a variety of balls, platforms, spinners, flippers, and tubes. Use the simple touch screen controls to rotate, lengthen and shorten, and drag pieces around the play space. And experiment with unique iPad-specific features like teleporters that beam balls across the play area. (Try that with a traditional marble run!)
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