Frozzd

Frozzd

Unfreeze and save all mubblies

This is one of those indie games you find especially attractive, either because it's fun to play, or because it has cute graphics, or because it reminds you of other games you like, or just for all these reasons at the same time. View full description

PROS

  • Original gameplay
  • Fun and simple, the kind of game for work breaks

CONS

  • It feels too short!

Very good
8

This is one of those indie games you find especially attractive, either because it's fun to play, or because it has cute graphics, or because it reminds you of other games you like, or just for all these reasons at the same time.

Frozzd will immediately remind you of Super Mario Galaxy, always keeping in mind that we're comparing Nintendo to an independent game developer. Your objective in Frozzd consists on flying from one planet to another, rescuing a bunch of sweet creatures called mubblies from freezing to death.

You'll have to explore planets on each level, collect all the mubblies you can find and fight any enemies you face. But your best ally will be gravity, which will help you to move around space and jump safely from one planet to another. The game's twelve levels are not very hard to play and can be easily completed, something that makes of Frozzd a great pastime for work breaks.

A simple, nice game based on Super Mario Galaxy that you can play during your coffee break.

Frozzd is a game made for YoYoGames.com's first competition (theme: winter). You jump from planet to planet and free Mubblies (the orange creatures). You can use them as an army to defeat the ice monsters, called the Frozzd (hence the name).

This game was inspired by Super Mario Galaxy and uses 360° rotational gravity. You can walk on any shape or form, and many different planets are put in the game. There are 12 levels that each introduce a new enemy, and a final boss battle.

— User reviews — about Frozzd

  • rucore500

    by rucore500

    "Fun, simple game"

    It's not Super Mario Galaxy, of course, but this game definitely achieves its aim while keeping you entertained for a wh... More.

    reviewed on May 6, 2008