Freeze!

Freeze!

Freeze! is an interesting arcade game that you can find on Google Play. The game strongly resembles various dark-themed games such as Limbo but this time tests your brain and reactions rather than something else.

Freeze! follows the fate of an extraterrestrial creature that once lived quietly and happily on a planet far, far away. Well, one day our hero gets kidnapped by forces unknown and now he must find his way back to freedom. This is what the game is all about so prepare for some action and quick thinking!

The game comes with a large number of levels so the fun you will be getting out of it is guaranteed and it will last for some time. The levels themselves are not that hard but sometimes you will have to think for a while to find a way out of a maze or how to avoid an obstacle. You will have to not only find a way out but avoid dangers like falling axes, floating knives and more. All of them kill your hero and you will have to start anew. Speaking of the gameplay we have to say that the app is all in 2D so do not expect any fancy visual effects.

Freeze! excels in other department as well, though – the game atmosphere. It is simply excellent creating a feeling for hopelessness, a totalitarian society, no freedom and oppression. The game is in gray colors only and this adds even more to the overall feeling of despair. In a way this overall atmosphere stimulates the player to really struggle to free the creature… we would say that the atmosphere of Freeze! is half the game.

Freeze! is a really nice game with a bright idea behind it. The app does not bring any revolutionary features but it wins with the atmosphere that it creates and the funny and original mazes that you will have to complete in order to win.

Freeze! is here on Google Play. The game is free.

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