Rolling Madness 3D is an attempt at remaking the classic 1984 arcade game Marble Madness by Atari.
The graphics are slightly enhanced to bring them on par with modern standards: there is now a full 3D mode in addition to the usual isometric perspective one, a "pastel drawing" rendering mode and various camera placement options.
In this game you have to try to achieve the highest score, by reaching the goal in each of the 6 levels.
The game is on the clock and when that finishes is game over. The seconds left from one level (except the first!) can be used in the next. Dying will delay you, and cost you some of the final bonus points.