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The first of the new online-only Mario games has been released online.

In a preview on YouTube, developer Supercell announced that the game was available to download on Google Play, Windows 10, iOS and Android devices.

The game’s name, Marble Madness, means “marble wall.”

Supercell’s online-exclusive game is available to play on Google Chrome, Android and iOS devices, and it is available in multiple languages, including Japanese, Korean, Chinese, French, Spanish, Portuguese, German and Russian.

The demo is not yet available in other platforms, but it was available in the U.K., U.S., Canada, Brazil, Australia, New Zealand, Hong Kong, India, Philippines, Singapore, Turkey, and the U,K.

Supercell said it plans to offer Marble Madness for free in other countries.

The developer said Marble Madness has been downloaded more than 6 million times.

Play it: https://youtu.be/y2LHgZ-1ZnQ?t=2m19s Marble Madness is the first of a new batch of online-centric online games Supercell is planning to launch, according to a statement on the company’s website.

The studio has already released several other online-focused titles, including Super Meat Boy and Super Meat Bros., and the Marble Madness game is its first foray into the area.

The Marble Madness demo shows the game’s various levels and some of the game play elements.

Players can customize the game by creating their own levels and adding in items to boost their character’s speed.

Marble Madness comes with 10 stages and two characters, and Supercell says it plans on releasing additional levels and characters.

A number of online games have released in the past few months, including a free-to-play, $0.99 multiplayer game, World of Goo, that is also available for download on mobile devices.

Google Play games are available to purchase, but the games are free-play only and can only be played on a specific device.

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