Make room for one more Disney arrival! The company found solid success with Frozen Free Fall last year, and this newly released Maleficent Free Fall offers a very similar experience.

Obviously, wrapped up in the colors of the fantasy film based on the popular fairy tale.

The gameplay dynamics are very comparable — this game is divided into levels that must be completed before you can proceed to the next one. You are given one, or at times, multiple, tasks to achieve. For example, lighting up the board, breaking chain tiles, or reaching a predefined score.

Here is the official description:

“From the creators of Disney’s #1 hit game Frozen Free Fall comes an all-new match 3 puzzle-adventure, Maleficent Free Fall! Inspired by Disney’s epic live-action film Maleficent, you’ll embark on a spectacular journey with exciting and challenging objectives like you have never seen before!”

Since the only way to proceed to the next level is completing all tasks, magic, obviously, plays a big part here. You will often be required to add extra moves to a level, or remove certain gems using enchantments in order to attain all tasks before you run out of moves.

Visuals are sublime, at least, as far as casual games like these go.

This free game is a universal solution for Windows on all types of processors, from x86 to x64 and ARM, meaning you can download it for your PC, smartphone or tablets with ease.

Click here to check out Maleficent Free Fall on the Windows Store.

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  1. The game may be free, but Disney knows how to market this to earn a profit for the upcoming film. That’s why they’re Disney. Great move! 🙂

    • Spot on. Disney isn’t dumb. Perfect time to release this game. As usual, it looks like a quality game. Disney doesn’t typically put out clunkers.

  2. Matthew Laws / May 16, 2014 at 7:04 pm /Reply

    As Sally and Lars said, I think Disney does it right. I don’t want to sound like I work for them, but this is a brilliant move and looks like a great game!

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