Capsule Review: Frozen: Olaf's Quest

A standard collectathon platformer that doesn’t have anything wrong with it but feels cheaply slapped together. It’s clearly aimed at kids - there’s no reading, no dialog (aside from some Olaf voice clips obviously taken from the movie and used as repetitive barks), and no story to speak of. The sixty levels are all pretty short, and the entire game can be thoroughly completed by a skilled player in two hours or so. It’s mostly pretty easy, though if you’re collecting everything there are a few difficulty spikes that feel out of place. Completing levels and collecting things unlocks winter outfit pieces (hats, scarves, gloves, and buttons) you can use to customize Olaf’s appearance, which is cute.

I Stopped Playing When: I finished the game and got all optional collectibles.

Docprof's Rating:

Three Stars: Good. I liked the game enough to finish it (or just play it a bunch, for games that don't end). I recommend it to most genre fans.

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