Trolls: Crazy Party Forest! launches for mobile

Ubisoft has announced that to celebrate the upcoming release of the Dreamworks animated film, Trolls, it has released Trolls: Crazy Party Forest! for mobile.

The free-to-play title sees players build their very own troll village and interact with characters from the movie. Ubisoft Mobile Games worked closely with Dreamworks on the title and said;

We wanted to create a gaming experience that would immerse audiences into a colorful vibrant world where Troll happiness keeps the village alive, and feels entirely authentic to the IP. Each aspect of the game has been designed for players to enjoy Trollastic elements from crazy hair, amazing Troll talents, and many possibilities to host unique themed-parties!

Upon building their very own troll village, players will be able to collect new trolls, level-up their skills and throw parties. Players will even be able to share trolls with their friends in real-life and earn even more in-game experience.

Trolls: Crazy Party Forest! is available now for Android and iOS.

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