Marble Run Toys / Construction Systems

There are lots of marble run toys and construction systems available around the world, mostly of them are found in toy shops, department stores, hyper markets, but also in web-shops around internet.

We only show the most common marble run building toys and we only display construction toys, there are also a lot of “solid” marble runs which isn’t customizable. There are also many copies and fakes in circulation. However there are systems which aren’t available anymore. This list is only for reference and information purposes. We don’t sell any marble runs yet! However we have plans to start selling marbles and marble runs in near future.

NOTE: There are a lot of different marble run systems available in a lot of different shops and there will be new marble runs systems developed and released over time. This list shows the most common systems and it’s difficult to keep the list up to date.

Stand: 16-04-2022 (page restored from archive) NOTE: Some images are missing and links are removed

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Ravensburger Gravitrax 
This ball track is very popular and has a lot of starter and expansion sets. It uses hexagonal building blocks, tracks and action elements to create very complex marble runs.
kaden kugelbahn
Kaden Kugelbahn
This system consists of wooden blocks with tracks to made large projects, there are different ball and track sizes. 
Marble Mania
Techno Gears Marble Mania
This is one of the more advanced construction sets which contains numerous special track elements and lifters, some sets also contain glow-in-the-dark marbles and parts. 
HAPE Quadrilla 
Quadrilla is a wooden marble track system using colored blocks and spiral wooden tracks, some sets has music keys included to create songs. They have some space themed sets with glow-in-the-dark parts.
Spacewarp / Spacerail 
Spacewarp or spacerail is a very common marble roller coaster set, it’s originating from Bandai, but later covered by an unknown Chinese brand, these Spacerail sets comes in 9 different levels and some sets contains glow-in-the-dark tracks and colored elevator parts. 
Slalombaan (Kugel Slalom)
This German made marble run looks like a water slide from a water park, it’s consisting of red chutes and white or yellow connection tubes. This system was popular in the late 1980’s in west europe.
Space Odyssey
Space Odyssey 
Space Odyssey has large similarities with Spacerail, but is suitable for slightly larger balls (5/8“, 16mm) 
Cuboro / Cugolino
This famous systems consists wooden cubes with chutes and holes (5 X 5 X 5 cm, 2 X 2 X 2 inch) with a large assortment of different patterns to make complex marble runs.
Build the fun
Cascade / build the fun / marble race / Marbulous 
This is one of the most common marble run construction sets and comes in lots of variants from manufacturers, it consist of plastic chutes and tubes to be stacked on each other. 
Quercetti Skyrail
Quercetti marble run / Skyrail 
Quercetti has different types of marble runs available, the most known system is Skyrail where you can create very long tracks measuring hundreds of feet if more sets are combined.
Haba KugelbahnHaba Ball Track (Kugelbahn)
This wooden track system is very advanced and has a large number of expansion sets, it has also some systems for larger balls suitable for young children. They also have glow-in-the-dark marbles (called Ghost Marbles)!
Galt Marble Racer
Galt Marble Racer
Comparable with “Marbulous” or “Build the Fun”.
Hubelino knikkerbaan
This Ball Track is compatible with famous junior building bricks sets and has a large number of different sets and parts, it’s easy to build very large tracks when multiple sets are combined. You can also build themed ball runs using themed sets. It uses 1 inch balls, but smaller marbles also works good. There are also a lot of fake systems around.

NIC toys has developed this curvy and colorful Kugelix system, it consists of wooden blocks with routed tracks, some parts contain metallophone keys to make music.
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This wooden system makes music, it has wooden towers with metallophone keys to create songs by arranging the keys and tracks in the right order.

Eichhorn Marble Blox 
Is similar with Haba.

Fischertechnik Dynamic 
Fischertechnik has also developed a advanced marble run system which can be combined with other FT sets to make automated marble machines.
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Q-ba-maze has colored cubes and some special track elements to create tall and colorful structures. 
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Techno Balls
Techno Balls is comparable with spacerail, but uses larger marbles and some colored tracks. The newer sets are clones of spacerail. [br] Quite hard to get (older sets), Spacerail is a good alternative.
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Wall Coaster Marble Run
This marble run can be sticked on walls, windows and other vertical surfaces. It uses sticky putty, but marbles flies off track easily.
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With this Swiss track system, you can create long and curvy tracks, but it’s pricey.
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Derived from D.Y.Toy, it was a popular marble racing track in the late 90’s, it was sold at some Dutch toy shops and has special track elements like funnels, halfpipes, jumps and more. 
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Wonderworld Trix Track
This wooden ball track has a large assortment of special track elements to create Rube Goldberg-like ball runs with lots of action!
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Clementony Action & Reaction
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Vtech Marble Rush

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