Coco Ice Princess

Coco Ice Princess

If you follow our articles on free Android applications you should know by now that in many cases the title of an app says pretty much everything about the app that sits beneath it. Coco Ice Princess is not an exception – the title shows that this is a game for girls and indeed it is.

Coco Ice Princess takes you to a fantasy kingdom somewhere north. It happens that the kingdom has ice balls every once in a while so you are the one that has to dress Coco for the ball. The goal is for the princess to look more than great and capture the attention of a prince who is attending the ball. So get the princess, apply make up to her face, dress her, choose jewelry and shoes and you are good to go. You can also change major features of her face like eyes, nose, lips, the chin, the forehead and more so that she looks the way you see fit.

That’s it – as you can see Coco Ice Princess is a game designed for girls aged around 10. This is neither good nor bad, Coco Ice Princess is simply a game for girls and this is it. We should also say that the app is free so you won’t be spending money on it unless you want some of the paid in-game content.

Coco Ice Princess is here on Google Play.

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