Today, Avanquest Software have released some launch screenshots and packshots for their upcoming game; Frozen: Olaf’s Quest based on the Disney film Frozen which is set to grace our cinema screens on December 6th.
Disney Frozen: Olaf’s Quest, a side scrolling adventure starring Olaf the snowman, features an all-new story, which picks up where the upcoming Disney animated film leaves off. Players of all ages can play as Olaf and use his unique snowman abilities to try and stay in one piece throughout 60 action-packed stages across the frigid kingdom of Arendelle. This incredible journey is filled with super-cool puzzle-solving, hidden collectibles, unlockable goodies and challenges rewarding for gamers of all skill levels.
- Having a laugh with Olaf – With a carefree snowman as its lead, Disney Frozen: Olaf’s Quest is a lighthearted cheerful romp injected with humorous action that players of all ages and fans of the film will enjoy
- An Icey (and Dicey) Adventure – Players must guide Olaf across 60 imaginative levels inspired by the mythical kingdom of Arendelle, navigating stimulating but accessible challenges, icy hazards and encountering mischievous natives while discovering hidden collectibles and unlockable accessories along the way.
- The Unstoppable Snowman – Even though it’s all he can do to stay in one piece, Olaf’s snowman body gives him a number of unique and exciting abilities that help him throughout his journey. Olaf can stomp enemies with his (ahem) enlarged underside, bowl them out of the way by rolling into a colossal snowball, propel himself by turning into a helicopter, and reach faraway objects with his conveniently detachable cranium.
Disney Frozen: Olaf’s Quest has been given a PEGI rating of 3 and is out on December 6th alongside the film’s cinematic release and will cost £25.52 for Nintendo DS & £30.62 for Nintendo 3DS. The game will be available from Amazon.co.uk, ASDA, GAME, John Lewis, Toys R Us, Tesco, Argos & Avanquest.co.uk
So what do you think? Are you going to see the movie? Will you buy the game? Do you think Olaf is a good character? Be sure to let me know in the comments section below and stay tuned to UGNN for all your gaming news and reviews.
Article by Matthew McNamee
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