Frozen Free Fall is a nice puzzle game developed by the Disney company. It's suitable for users of all ages and provides you with a wide range of challenges. The app was inspired by Frozen, an animated movie released by Disney, and follows the adventures of the characters from the film.
Your objective is to form vertical or horizontal lines of at least three identical tiles to complete the level's goal. You will need to gain a certain score before you run out of moves or time, guide unique tiles to the bottom side of the board or eliminate enemies (for example, the frozen marshmallow monster). After you finish a mission, the app displays your total score and the amount of stars (1 to 3 stars) you gained.
While playing the first couple of levels you will have access to several free power-ups. The app will teach you how to use them during gameplay. For instance, the star power-up can eliminate all gems that are identical to the one you choose from the board. You can go to the Store window and acquire additional power-ups by making in-app purchases.
Personally, I enjoyed playing this puzzle game. Its artworks looked amazing, the challenges were different one from another, and I had access to plenty of gameplay instructions. It can definitely keep you glued to your chair for hours.
Only two things might bother you: the game lacks an option to toggle windowed mode and you cannot access other running apps (I tried hitting the Command+Tab keys and nothing happened). Still, these disadvantages aren't relevant, at least not to me.
In conclusion, Frozen Free Fall is one of the best tile matching games I played so far. So, if you're into playing this type of games, you should definitely install this free app on your Mac.
- Impressive artworks and fitting background music
- Brings you a wide range of levels
- Provides you with gameplay instructions and hints
- Lets you buy various types of power-ups
- Available in various languages
- Free of charge
- Unable to access other running apps while Frozen is launched
- Lacks windowed mode