Inca Ball

Inca Ball

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Marble Popper

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Launch into the valiant quest for the treasures of the ancient civilization in a marvelous arcade puzzle, shining with nice visuals, 60 challenging levels and a variety of bonuses. Complete the game and you will get a splendid reward that will come in handy even if you are not in the game.

  • 60 levels.
  • Earn money, buy artifacts.
  • 15 power-ups.

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  • OS: Windows 2000/XP/VISTA/7/8
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Inca Ball

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Inca Ball 4.4 5 7 7
fun with the occasional hard level a very good marble popper game, repetitive but all marble poppers are. but I enjoyed it mainly to help relax. as a side tip. my name comes from my cats. tiny and misty, (totally spoilt and totally loved) they adore watching and the occasional paw will be flicked out trying to catch the disappearing balls. they enjoy it as much as I May 12, 2014
Loved this game! I'm almost done with my fourth time through -- and I only bought it a couple week ago! Does that make it sound like it's too easy!? It's not! It's addictive! The graphics are excellent, the game play is challenging without being terribly/painfully hard (yes, I've died several times -- do you call it that when the ball-train reaches the end?), and you can keep re-playing because you never know what's coming up. Very well done!! January 28, 2015
Amazing Addicting Adventure I'm a big fan of marble popping games, and this one has it all. It's face paced, so you'll have to have a need for speed, especially when two different lines come into play! I love the ancient Maya graphics that look and sound like stone and the music is unobtrusive, with a pleasant wooden flute type of instrument that you'd expect from an indian culture. The object of the game is to move your cart left and right to aim and shoot at the continually moving line of colorful marbles. You left click to shoot your marble and right click to change the color of your marble, as you try to make matches of at least 3 identical colored marbles which are removed from the line. If the line makes it to the end, you will lose. When you make large matches, an ancient artifact will fall down and if you catch them with your cart you will get temporary bonuses to help you win. Some artifacts Slow the line's movement, Reverse the line's direction, give you a sharpshooter pointer, Stop the line's movement all together or give you a Rainbow ball that can be used as any color. With the money you earn you can buy Power-ups in the shop. Eventually there will be a total of 9 but in the demo you get a BombBall which takes out a small number of balls, a ChainBomb that takes out the entire line or chain, a RainBall which drops down destructive rain from the top of the screen and takes out random balls, and you can buy Extra Lives, because you only start out with 3 Lives. You can buy as many Power-ups and lives as you can afford, each time you use them you will have to re-buy new ones. I have played, and own a lot of games in this genre, and in my opinion, this game is far more exciting than the Luxor series, give it a try for yourself, enjoy! October 12, 2016
Inca Ball Another great marble popping game to play June 3, 2016
Excellent clear Marble Popper The graphics in this game are nice and clear, good clear sound, , it starts to catch you out at about level 6 when it suddenly gets harder and you need all the power-ups you can to beat this kind of level which has two rows on the go at once. The story line is pretty basic but that is good as some games get bogged down with cutesy side stories. Enjoyable and somewhat addictive. January 21, 2013
Artifacts? What? Where? This is a great marble shooting game. I don't understand where the "find the artifacts" comes into though. As in any marble shooting game, you have a shooter at the bottom of the page that has a marble of one color or another. You need to shoot that marble into a quickly racing stream of multi-colored marbles making a match of 3 or more to destroy them. Runes will then come down and reverse, stop, etc. the stream of marbles. You can "buy" artifacts with cash you earn during gameplay (don't know how that works) in the form of "lightning rod", "single bomb", "line of bomb", "extra lives". The higher you level up, the more varied the "artifacts" you can purchase becomes. Buy as many as possible because as you level up (level 8 and above) you will need them. It's about then you can become complacent with how easy this game is and then WHAM it gets really, really hard. I had several issues (my personal only) with this game. I never knew exactly what the various runes meant - not explained anywhere/ At one point in the game, during the level where there were 2 sets of lines I was trying to destroy at the same time, my "shooter" wouldn't have the color I thought I had. It would show yellow, then blue and so on. Confused me and made game play extremely difficult. Then, a line of marbles would get bombed out but I wondered if that was a game bonus or was my shooter so close to my artifacts (bonuses you buy - I mean, call them what they are) that I was clicking on them instead of my shooter? I played the hour free demo and only got up to level 14 and there are 60 levels. With the do-over levels and the extremely hard levels and losing all your lives, this promises to be a long game. For the reasons mentioned above, this is not a buy for me, however, if you enjoy this type of game, give it a try. Happy Gaming! July 19, 2014
Average Marble Popper Game I've found the problem with a number of marble popper games is that the cursor and balls drag ocassionally throughout the game - and unfortunately this was one of them. Not a lot, just certain little patches. Like most other marble popper games, you need to fire coloured balls into a moving line of balls and remove groups of the same colour. The game only had a few different boards, and only 60 levels that were as a rule very easy - so also not a long game either. Still it was enjoyable to play, with a few levels giving a bit of a challenge to keep you interested. January 23, 2012
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