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Mazes

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Marble Run Amusement Park

Marble Run Amusement Park

Marble fanatic Jelle’s latest build is an impressively complicated marble run that was inspired by theme parks. It features 30 “attractions,” with lots of twists, turns, loops, tunnels, and more. Any given marble can take up to 3 minutes to work its way through all of the rides.

Rubber Band and Marbles Maze

Rubber Band and Marbles Maze

Marble and domino master Kaplamino made this short and fast-paced marble maze with the help of rubber bands. He says he failed around 40 times because of the unpredictable nature of the rubber bands, but the result is more than worth it.

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2D Trick Shots

2D Trick Shots

DoodleChaos made budget versions of basketball trick shots using wood, marbles, string and other small objects. It starts out simple, but quickly becomes more and more complex. The ball bouncing on the rolling cylinder was nuts.

From Here to There

From Here to There

Illustrator Sean C. Jackson’s nifty book is packed with dozens of fun and challenging maze designs of tiny isometric villages, dotted with buildings, trees, staircases, fountains, bridges, monuments, and more.

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