Kids can create a variety of courses from beginner to advanced levels or come up with their own original designs. | Source: VTech

Can you feel the rush? VTech is expanding the Marble Rush line with the addition of two new marble obstacle courses. Kids can watch marbles go for a spin with the Marble Rush Corkscrew Rush Set or race marbles down ramps and through obstacles with the Marble Rush Raceway Set.

Designed for kids ages 4 and up, the Marble Rush collection launched last year with exciting marble race courses full of sounds and lights. With color-coded blocks and simple instructions, each Marble Rush set is easy to build and offers endless customization options. Kids can create a variety of courses from beginner to advanced levels or come up with their own original designs. Through observing the marbles’ unpredictable motion, they can learn about different elements of physics including friction, gravity, and equal and opposite reaction.

The Marble Rush Corkscrew Rush Set | Source: VTech

The Corkscrew Rush Set is a 112-piece set featuring a see-saw track, a vortex slide, ramps, and an electronic corkscrew tumbler that plays music with lights when a marble passes through. The $39.99 set includes 10 marbles and three different builds for beginner to advanced levels.

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The Marble Rush Raceway Set | Source: VTech

The Raceway Set is a 78-piece set featuring a starting gate that plays a musical light show, a 360-degree loop, winding tracks, and rattling peg maze. The $27.99 set includes five marbles and also three different builds for different skill levels.

Both sets will be available this fall. Previous products in the line include the Starter Set, the Adventure Set, the Launch Pad Set, the Spiral City Set, the Extreme Set, and more. For more information, head to

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Khue (Ken) Nguyen is an Editorial Intern at the Toy Insider, the Toy Book and the Pop Insider, where he helps cover the latest news in toys and pop culture. He’s also a part-time editor for a local newspaper in Columbia, Missouri. As a self-proclaimed Asian foodie, Ken enjoys roaming the downtown area of Columbia looking for a steaming bowl of noodle soup or a sizzling plate of stir fry whenever he’s not working.