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Frozen Olaf’s Quest




Frozen Olaf’s Quest 


Frozen Olaf’s Quest is a great little game for kids based on the Disney movie. Kids take control of the snowman in app like levels on the Nintendo 3DS, and Nintendo DS. The goal is to collect all the items in the level and make it to the end without getting hit, or hitting any spikes.

The levels in Frozen Olaf’s Quest are generally very short. Which makes finding hidden items pretty easy. This hand held video game throws new and different things at children throughout the game. Sometimes it is a new skill like throwing your snowman's head to collect certain items.

The music in Frozen Olaf’s Quest is catchy. The main character has an awesome phrase he says at the end of every level. After sixty levels I got tired of hearing it though. The story in Frozen Olaf’s Quest is told through movie screen shots. I am not clear on what all was going on, but that is okay.

I appreciate how the majority of Frozen Olaf’s Quest is non-violent. Hunting those last carrots, hot cocoa and more is more fun than it sounds on paper. There is an addictive quality to Frozen Olaf’s Quest. I played level after level with no concept of time or my surroundings.

Players can earn up to three stars in each level of Frozen Olaf’s Quest. One for getting to the end. One for getting all the flowers. Finally one for collecting all the items from the level (snowflakes, carrots, etc.). Every six stars a player earns unlocks a piece of clothing for the snowman.

For years we have been commenting on how well apps work on the Nintendo DS, Nintendo 3DS, and PS Vita. It is fantastic to see that trend continuing. Frozen Olaf’s Quest works marvelously on the Nintendo 3DS. I hope to see more games like Frozen Olaf’s Quest in the future. I feel ten dollars to fifteen dollars would be a good price for this game.
- Paul


Graphics: 80%
Sound: 82%
Replay/Extras: 75%
Gameplay: 80%
Family Friendly Factor: 78%

System: Nintendo DS/Nintendo 3DS(tested)
Publisher: GameMill Entertainment
ating: 'E' for Everyone
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