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Easter Eggs are extras in Marble Blast Ultra and Marble Blast Platinum, though they can also be a hidden surprise that are not the easter egg item. Even if they're easy to spot, they're hard to get to. As you scroll through each level on the menu, you'll see an icon that'll tell you if you've gotten an Easter Egg. (Marble Blast Platinum)

Marble Blast UltraEdit

In MBU, there are 20 Easter Eggs. They are in the following levels:

  • Learning to Roll
  • Gem Collection
  • First Flight
  • Ramp Matrix
  • Upward Spiral
  • Mountaintop Retreat
  • Urban Jungle
  • Obstacle Course
  • Fork in the Road
  • Black Diamond
  • Whirl
  • Hop Skip and a Jump
  • Ordeal
  • Daedalus
  • Scaffold
  • Battlements
  • Three-Fold Maze
  • Will o' the Wisp
  • King of the Mountain
  • Natural Selection

Marble Blast PlatinumEdit

In MBP 1.02, only 72 of the official levels had Easter Eggs. In MBP 1.10 to 1.20, all 120 official MBP levels contain an Easter Egg. Many leaderboard custom levels also have Easter Eggs. However, in Release Candidate 1 of 1.50, 24 Easter Eggs were removed, leaving 96 Easter Eggs.

Marble Blast EmeraldEdit

Sapphires are Easter Eggs in Marble Blast Emerald. Unlike in MBU and MBP, however, your best time for getting a sapphire is saved to the in-game high scores.

Marble Blast Powered UpEdit

Skill Points are the equivalent of Easter Eggs in Marble Blast Powered Up. All 20 sandbox levels and 20 of the non-sandbox levels contain a Skill Point. Finding a Skill Point earns 500 coins.


Marble Blast Emerald Sapphire Speedruns

Marble Blast Emerald Sapphire Speedruns