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Disney Frozen Adventures

By Erin Brereton, Common Sense Media Reviewer

age 4+

Enjoyable match-3 puzzles with popular Disney characters.

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The app includes an enjoyable twist on the classic match-3 formula that many gamers are familiar with these days. In Disney Frozen Adventures, players unlock characters from the movie as they play, including Anna, Elsa, and Olaf, who they can choose to use for each level. The character appears beside the game board and gathers powers from blue crystal matches you make, which allows them to add special booster items to the board. In addition to those matches, players also need to clear a specified amount of other items in a set number of moves. The sisters' efforts to prepare the castle for a celebration links the matching games, which earn you snowflakes, to the decorating activity you spend them on, which includes putting out carpets, banners, potted plants, and other items.

The graphics, functionality, and other elements are what you'd expect from Disney. Players can easily skip character conversations and the lengthy process involved in items zooming off the board after matching games. A progress meter also shows how far they have to go to finish decorating a room. A number of the board items relate to the movie's wintery theme, such as berries you try to free from blocks of snow. The app has a few monetization elements, but they generally aren't too overwhelming. Coins seem to stack up fast as you play, but the cost to extend rounds isn't cheap, so you could end up burning through them as games get tougher. Players can buy extra lives if they run out, but they also recharge about every 25 minutes, so they could instead just wait and be matching and decorating again fairly quickly for free. That could be a plus for younger kids, though, who may appreciate being walked through each new step -- and the fact the games in Disney Frozen Adventures aren't too challenging to play.

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