Event 9 just went live and if anything, these games have proven to be a shocker! As much of a fan of real life curling I am, I couldn’t watch the Marblelympics version. It was just too boring. I’m sorry.
However, the other 8 events are quite engaging, you should skip around the playlist, watch at your leisure. It’s quite fun!
Merry Christmas everyone. I hope you have a great time, and I hope those of you with children set up something like this one day in your life. There’s alot of thought that went into the track, using LEGO as the pillars is a great idea to keep track (pun intended), of the level needed. You can tell this is a first design because there’s no style to the LEGO yet, it’s just slapped together. That works, but for version 2, hopefully they get some consistency there.
And, if the wooden train track one wasn’t enough for you, here is a dedicated Marble Run type. It’s even Christmas themed:
According to the lead engineer, it uses over 600 feet of track. You can see some of the track boxes holding up part of the track itself. This one doesn’t look as permanent, posts are precariously held up, and half perched over ledges. It also takes up far too much of the house to be left up for any length of time.
Dentist Vic Chaney has created a masterpiece of a marble run based on everyone’s favorite “sport” golf. It’s pretty simple, except for the golfers that stop the flow of the ball through the track. But I kind of like that element to it, it breaks it up and is something you don’t see every day in your regular marble runs. And don’t you worry, I have plenty of marble run posts planned for the future, they are just too fun to watch.