Disney Frozen Olaf's in Trouble Game Review (Hasbro)

Disney Frozen Olaf's in Trouble Game
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What It Is

The Olaf's in Trouble Game from Hasbro takes the classic game of Trouble and gives it a Frozen twist for fans. Each of the trouble pegs feature one of the film's four main characters: Elsa, Anna, Sven, and Christophe. To start the game, each player places one colored character peg at the Start space on their side of the game board. The three additional pegs can be placed on your Home spaces. The youngest player goes first. Players take turns popping the bubble at the center of the game board to move. If you pop the number 1 you can't move but other players can move a peg from a home space to their start space. If you pop the numbers 2-5, move that many pegs. Pop the number 6 and you can choose to move a new peg out of the home area or move forward six spots-and as a bonus you get to pop again.

This board also features special "power up" spaces. Land on a Double Trouble space to get a free turn. Land on an Avalanche space and you can slide your peg across the avalanche to the opposite side of the board, essentially positioning a peg closer to the finish.

Play continues around the game board until one player gathers all their pegs in the finish spots on their area of the board to win the game and save Olaf.

Is It Fun?

This game puts a new twist on a classic game that's fun for the whole family. We like that the gameplay is simple enough for young kids to pick up, yet the new power-ups add an element that spices up the gameplay.

Who It’s For

The Olaf's in Trouble Game is for Frozen fans ages 5 and up.

What To Be Aware Of

If you ever land on a spot that's already occupied, you must move your peg back to a home space and start over again.

You must land either on a power up in exactly that many moves to use it. You can't use the Avalanche if another player occupies that spot.

The game can be played without power ups.

AT A GLANCE:
  • Fun

  • Repeat Play

  • Assembly & Instructions

    None or Very Easy