I’m looking at you, Frozen shoulder stage.
It’s a stage with all the usual issues that I mentioned above and I was curious how well it performs.
For starters, there’s no lag at all.
If you want to play on it, you just have to press start.
It only takes a few seconds to finish, which is great.
There are no stage-specific hazards.
I was worried that this might be a bit too easy and that you would have to do it all on one screen.
The truth is, it’s a bit more difficult than I thought.
After a while, the stage’s terrain doesn’t look so daunting, but it’s still not that easy.
The stage is still completely solid and the game doesn’t seem to let up during the stages.
For example, there are two ramps that go up and down and there are three different jumps from each point of view.
It may be easy to get the hang of it, but that doesn’t mean it’s easy.
If I’m running around, for example, I want to avoid the spikes and jump up on the platforms to avoid getting stuck.
That means jumping up on platforms in front of the stage, not the stage itself.
I could easily get stuck on one platform while I was running, but if I jump on the platform behind me, I’m fine.
That said, there is one stage that is slightly easier to navigate.
You need to run from the top of the platform to the bottom, but you can do it while running.
If your platform is too far away from the stage then you’ll be stuck, but this isn’t the case in most cases.
That’s why I chose to go with the easy option for now.
Once you get to the second stage, the obstacles are all pretty easy to deal with.
You’ll see a bunch of spikes, but there’s nothing too difficult to deal out.
The only real difficulty is on the first stage, where there are four spikes.
This one is pretty easy.
I just need to jump on it and the rest is easy.
You can do that, but I’m a little wary of how long it takes to get to that point.
You might have to wait a bit longer to see the next stage, but even then, it shouldn’t take you more than a few minutes.
This stage has a fair amount of platform hazards that are easy to avoid.
The platform you need to fall on has a few spikes, so you’ll have to jump from the platform and then you can fall down on it.
You could also fall on the spikes on the sides of the screen, but these aren’t that bad either.
The second stage has four spikes, which are easy enough to avoid, but not too easy.
That was the last stage, which has a couple of other hazards that require a bit of coordination.
The last stage has two platforms that you need you to jump onto and then slide down on them.
The third platform is very difficult, but the best part about it is that you can slide down onto it.
The bottom platform has a bunch more spikes, and the platform at the top is pretty hard.
If the last platform were easier to get past, I wouldn’t have thought that this stage would be so difficult.
The first stage has no other hazards other than a couple platforms, but once you reach the second one, the rest of the stages are easy.
At the end of the first one, there was a bunch, so I thought that the second would be the toughest stage to play.
There’s no stage specific hazards, and it takes a bit less time than the first two stages to complete.
For the most part, the stages in this game are pretty straightforward, so there shouldn’t be any major challenges for you.
I don’t think that the Frozen series is meant for everyone.
If it was meant for people who want to go fast and jump from platform to platform, I think this game would be a lot more appealing.
That being said, if you want a quick, arcadey game with a ton of strategy and tons of strategy, then Frozen is the one for you, especially if you have a friend who’s into that kind of thing.
If that’s not you, then there are plenty of other games to choose from that are also pretty easy and fun.