Mini-Guide: Disney Frozen Adventures

LQ: 9.0

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Brain grade: 8.4
Fun score: 9.6

Disney Frozen Adventures
Game Type: ESRB Rating: Everyone Platform/Console: , , , LWK Recommended Age: Any Thinking Skills Used: ,

Andraoid  |  iTunes

Disney Frozen Adventures is a match-three game themed around the Frozen 2 movie. The player faces levels full of gems and various obstacles like snow, ice, and pinecones. By swapping gems to make groups of three or more, the player clears the goals for the level and earns one star and a few dozen coins. Coins buy extra turns, as well as special powers.

Stars help for the second part of the game: decorating the castle. As the player goes through the game they meet (and unlock) favorite Frozen characters and help set up the castle in preparation for a gala. Every so often there is a short quest that tells a little more of the story.

There are in-game purchases available. The ESRB rated it E for Everyone and LW4K stands by this rating.


Disney Frozen Adventures helps kids practice and improve the following skills:

Flexibility Disney Frozen Adventures

Adapting and adjusting to changing conditions and expectations.

This game provides multiple opportunities to practice flexibility. First, each level has a different set of goals and number of available moves. This means the player has to try new things for every level. The characters each have different skills and different levels allow the player to use different characters. That means that even if a player is really good with Elsa’s special power, there are going to be levels where the player has to use Anna or Olaf. Finally, every several levels, new obstacles are added into the game, providing yet another opportunity for the player to adapt and try new things.

Working Memory

Recalling and retaining information in our mind while working.

Following directions, which uses the working memory, is also an important part of this game. Since each level has a different set of goals, the player has to be able to keep them in mind as they are planning out each move. If they don’t, they could clear all the snow but fail to clear enough purple gems. If they fail at any part of their goals, the player either loses a life or has to spend their coins to buy more moves.

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