For This Week in Gaming History, Patrick Scott Patterson details the history of Marble Madness (such as its origins and the legacy it left behind) as well as its creator, Mark Cerny.
I remember playing Marble Madness on the NES using the Powerglove. Simple fun mechanics that were very hard to master. You didn't simply move a marble, you manipulated the environment to move the marble from start to finish.
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