- February 2004: A great new Marble Madness successor called "Hamsterball" is underway. Despite of the hamster, the beta version i tried was very promising. Look here. A review will follow.
- January 2004: Two player Marble Madness is finally possible for WinXP users thanks to new versions of "MameAnalog+". See "emulation" section.
- April 2003: An upcoming marble boom? A lot of newer marble game projects covered in the "successors" section.
- January 2003: Some news in the "bio" section.
- January 2003: Some news about Marble Madness 2. See "successors" section.
- January 2003: George Prout is working on a level editor (very early stage). See "misc" section.
- July 2002: I am proud to present the grand Mark Cerny interview. See "Atari Games" section.
- July 2002: Some updates here and there including info about thePocketPC/ WindowsCE-conversion of Marble Madness (sections "conversions" and "bio"). asdfsJuly-
- February 2002: New project: See a great Marble Madness Remake here.
- February 2002: You can have a perfect two player game with two USB-trackballs now. Read more about "MameAnalog+" for Win98/SE/ME in the "emulation" section.
- February 2002: Small changes in the "Atari Games" section contributed by Neil Bradley (Retrocade).
- September 2001: Added an old Optimame build (DOS) for slower computers. Read more at the "emulation" section.
- Mai 2001: Marble Madness Romset for Mame updated. It now also works with Mame Versions newer than 37b14.
- March 2001: "Kaillera" is a new Mame32-derivate with great network features (client-server, Internet or LAN), but Marble Madness and other games with analog controls do not work yet. :-(
- February 2001: Some weeks ago, dual trackball support was integrated in standard mame. No need to use unofficial mame versions anymore for marble fans. Therefore, the "emulation"section was updated.su
- October 2000: Updated the "misc"-section with "What should be done"-ideas.
- September 2000: Finally a big update, mainly in the sections "bio", "conversions", "emulation" and "successors". Thank you to all the people who gave me new information and encouraged me to continue this site.
-August 2000: Finally, Screenshots of Marble Madness 2 appear in the net. See section "successors".Asugus
- Mai 1999: This site was founded as a technical test and a substitute for the fanpage at www.colba.net/~christian/ (now offline). One further reason was the fact that i finally made it to the end playing the Mame emulation of Marble Madness and wanted to let the world know :-). For a long time, the site was more beauti- than useful cause of the lack of real information.