In this officially-licensed Frisbee game, players control a flying disc via touch and motion controls using a smartphone or tablet device. Flicking the screen forward sends the disc flying through the 3D environment, while tilting the device left and right controls its movement. Players also have the option to steer using touch controls, but this feature is less responsive and not recommended. The goal is to guide the Frisbee through a series of hoops and obstacles to reach the end of the course. Stars can be collected in each course, and can be used to purchase better Frisbees. Depending on how well they do, players are awarded a Bronze, Silver or Gold Medal after reaching the end of the course. Due to the inoffensive content and ease of play, Frisbee Forever is recommended to players ages 4 and up.
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The main goal of each level in Frisbee Forever is to make it safely through each hoop and reach the end without crashing. While this task is relatively easy in early levels, later ones add more obstacles to dodge, more hoops to hit and tougher twists and turns to navigate. Players are awarded up to three stars depending on how many hoops they successfully pass through.
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To guide the Frisbee, players use a combination of touch screen and motion controls. First, players flick the Frisbee forward to launch, and then steer the Frisbee through the 3D environment by tilting the device left and right. Good Self-Control skills are needed to ensure the player uses some restraint while guiding the Frisbee, executing the subtle movements required to carefully navigate the course. Successfully steering the Frisbee through each hoop takes a lot of finesse, especially when trying to simultaneously collect every star in the level. Players that become excited or use exaggerated gestures will struggle to earn the highest Gold Medal rating on each course.
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