Frequently Asked Video Game Questions – How do you beat level 71 in Frozen Free Fall: Snowball Fight?

Submitted by Anonymous How do you beat level 71 in Frozen Free Fall: Snowball Fight?

In order to beat level 71 in Frozen Free Fall: Snowball Fight, you have 30 moves to eliminate 50 blue gems and 50 red gems. The way the board is setup can be frustrating, but this is something that can be done without the use of paid for or earned power-ups. Why use your well-deserved earned power-ups if you don’t need to. Anyway, while there is no step by step way that I can provide for you to beat this level, each level is generated randomly so it’s impossible to have a step by step for this question, I would suggest making as many combos as possible. Match 4, 5, or 6 of the same color to unlock different combo power-ups that will help you along the way. When you do this, it doesn’t have to be for the red or blue gems either. If you can match up 4, 5, or 6 green ones go ahead because this will help you out in the long run. I would even suggest making combo power-ups next to each other if possible so that you can combine them and clear off more of the board. Using combo power-ups will help eliminate some of the red and blue gems that are off in the corner and can’t be matched or just random red or blue gems that can’t be matched with each other.

Remember that you only have 30 moves so make sure that you are also matching up red and blue gems in between making combos just to help lower the overall number you need to eliminate. I think the hardest part with these levels where you have to eliminate a certain gem is that people only concentrate on that gem, I’m also guilty of this, and you’re not watching the rest of the board to find chances to make combos. As long as you watch the board and plan your moves accordingly you should be able to walk away from this level with 3 stars.

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