Disney Tangled: The Video Game takes kids 6-11 on a film-inspired , hair-raising adventure. In this story-based journey kids will venture into a kingdom filled with colorful 3D environments , creative play, fun quests and competitive challenges.
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Mixed (17 reviews) - 47% of the 17 user reviews for this game are positive.
Release Date: Nov 19, 2010

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Disney Tangled: The Video Game takes kids 6-11 on a film-inspired , hair-raising adventure. In this story-based journey kids will venture into a kingdom filled with colorful 3D environments , creative play, fun quests and competitive challenges. Kids will discover multiple activities, meet interesting characters, befriend animals and work as a team to help the unlikely duo of adventurous Rapunzel and swashbuckling Flynn with their comical antics. Mastering unique abilities, players can swing into action as Rapunzel using her golden tresses, pull objects and climb, grow flowers in “charm mode” and collect a variety of colors to draw and paint the Tower wall or collect sun drops to earn points. As Flynn, players can climb walls, clear obstacles, engage in sword play , and discover hidden treasures using his “Flynntuition”. In order to win challenges faster, players will need to work as a team, helping each other along the journey and collecting as many items as possible.

System Requirements

    Minimum:
    • OS: Windows XP/Vista/7
    • Processor: Intel Pentium 4 @ 2.4 GHz / AMD Athlon XP 3000+
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Graphics: nVidia GeForce FX 5600 / ATI Radeon 9600
    • DirectX: Version 9.0
    • Storage: 2 GB available space
    • Sound Card: DirectX Compatible
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Mixed (17 reviews)
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Kagami Hiiragi
( 3.5 hrs on record )
Posted: July 2
I was a little nervous about this purchase because of most of the bad reviews but It was on sale and I liked the movie so I figured I would give it a try. However after playing the game and setting the graphics options (which can be access once you start a level not from the main menu which I felt was a small oversight), it looks amazing and the gameplay is addicting and most of all fun. I like the how they incooperated the team dynamic between Rapunzel and Eugene. And the holding hands feature takes away the fustration of losing one of the characters on screen which was a nice bonus as that happens other games where you control both characters. The artwork and cut scense stay true to the film and Rapunzel's character as it is voice over tells the store and it is being painted on screen like the walls of her tower in the film.

I found the controls simple, using a keyboard not a controler, and most stated there was not a tutorial, well for younger players that can not read I would imagine it would be fustrating, they do provide the explanations of the controls through texts on scrolls on the bottom of screen and icons above the characters head.

There is the main story mode and challenges. The main menu starts with you in the tower and the various doors in the tower lead to the different game play modes, Out the window leads to the story mode, which includes a world map so if you wish to replay a level you walk along the map and play that level once it is unlocked. Rapunzel records items found in a journal she sketches in, you may not hit all the items on the frist play through. The levels were well constructed and graphics matched what appears in the flim, the game play in each level I have played so far is fun, which is the point of games right?

Over all I feel this is a well thought and excuted game, the reveiws here don't give it justice and put it down to easily that may would draw possible players away. If you like Tangled, or even the Lego games this is a fun game to play. I wish they would have made a Frozen game like this instead of what they did to for Frozen.
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Dustin
( 0.1 hrs on record )
Posted: April 8
There's no storyline, only random challenges. So no real beginning or ending for this pile.

1/10
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ZeroKami86
( 0.2 hrs on record )
Posted: February 13
If you're getting this for a young child then let me stop you right there, the first player (plays as Rapunzel) and is forced to use the Keyboard & Mouse, while player 2 uses the controller. There is no way in-game to change this. So unless you have a 3rd party program to map the keys from the keyboard/mouse to a controller then this game isn't worth it.
The Devs really need to fix this, since the intended audience for the game isn't likely to be used to using a KB&M.
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Ba'hee Priss Dimmie
( 2.4 hrs on record )
Posted: October 16, 2015
i hit some mofos and collected weird floating orbs. then i drew ♥♥♥♥♥ on signs

10/10
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Judy Hopps
( 0.3 hrs on record )
Posted: July 30, 2015
:D:
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♥Punzie♥
( 4.1 hrs on record )
Posted: March 15, 2015
I so wanted this game to be great! If there was a halfway thumb, I would chose that. I really liked being able to lead the CP because of all the times they get stuck. I liked the cutscenes very much, but the story seemed....a bit lacking. I got lost quite a few times and it was really easy to get confused about the objective. Another problem, there is no windowed mode and virtually no video settings.

The final and worst issue I have with this game, is that there is no tutorial on the controls. For younger children this would be a big problem. Even I had trouble figuring out the special keys to switch characters and such.

The price is a bit high too. I got it on sale and it was worth it for $10. I know it's because it's a Disney game, but really? If it's on sale for $10 or less than I would reccomend it if you don't get frustrated easily.

I have to say It was a fun little game to play despite the issues listed above.
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2-Clicks-Low
( 57.5 hrs on record )
Posted: January 9, 2015
Love it
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IzzyPoP
( 0.7 hrs on record )
Posted: January 8, 2015
This game is horrible. My dad thinks that it has horrible graphics and especially when she goes down the stairs. Her hair is up but it is supposed to be straight, go down, then go sraight again. Her hair has the most horrible graphics we've ever seen. I didn't like playing it at all, we couldn't even see the guards when they were coming. We couldn't jump on the little cliffs - it was horrible.
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Terracorex
( 1.3 hrs on record )
Posted: December 4, 2014
I got this game as part of the Disney Princess and Fairy Pack, when it was on sale. I'm not sure whether the whole pack is really worthwhile, but this seemed to be a cute game, and I liked the movie. However, I should have known that the target audience of this game is for 10-year old girls, so the game is incredibly saccharine sweet, which is a bit hard to stomach for an adult. Even so, I managed to endure playing through the first level of the game, "First Frolic".

This game is a bit like the LEGO games in that they require the cooperative interaction between two characters, here Rapunzel and Flynn, each of whom have their special abilities, to navigate through a series of levels with various obstacles and bad guys to overcome. Rapunzel can spin her hair to grow flowers which occasionally results in a little critters that she can add to her drawing book and finds colors along the way to add to her painting palette. She can also use her hair to swing across gaps, and lower her hair so that Flynn can climb up. He can, on the other hand, use his little sword to cut through bushes, climb vines along a wall and find secret treasures with his treasure sense. Both of them can attack bad guys, Rapunzel uses a frying pan and he uses his sword. In this case, you whack the bad guys until they fall asleep and they magically disappear. Very Disney.

One interesting component of this game is the co-op play, where the second player can join in via a game controller. In single player mode, you switch between the two players with the TAB key, but the controller is missing such a button, so you cannot play the game in single-player mode just with a controller. You will keep needing to hit the TAB key to switch between them (which is often), so it makes it impractical to play this game with only a controller. Since there is no way (that I could see) to change controller settings, this effectively means you need to play the game in single-player mode using a keyboard moving around with WASD buttons. While I had no problem doing this, a young girl for which this game seems to be intended, may find this cumbersome.

However, one nice aspect of the co-op play, when you have two players, is once the two players are separated beyond the edge of the screen, the screen automatically splits so that each player can run and go wherever. When the players get close enough together the screen unsplits. This is not the way the LEGO games work, where the two of you must stay within the same screen. This is the first time I have seen this auto split/unsplit screen feature, which is a nice feature that I wish other co-op games had.

Even so, I do not recommend this game mainly for the reason that I found the game to be repetitive, and frankly, boring. The level I played seemed unnecessarily long without really enough stuff going on to make it interesting. Every time Rapunzel approach a cliff, she would "Oh a swing! I can swing across here." I found this sort of thing to be very tiresome after a while. Again, I understand the audience is a 10-year girl, but I really don't see this game as being very playable by someone so young, and anyone older, will find this game tedious at best.
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Reaper
( 1.9 hrs on record )
Posted: October 25, 2014
*Sigh* ...Yet another game that was included in the Disney Princess Pack of games that is a misreable gameplay experience. So far out of all the craptastic Disney games that we've tried, this was failed the least. Is that a good thing? No, it's not. It is still a poop show from a UI, storyline, graphics, and overall attempt as a game.

In this game, it's identical to the movie Tangled (as it should be) but after the static animated intro movie, you are thrown into the tower with pretty much little to no instruction of what the hell you are supposed to do. My 4 year old daughter is trying to figure out why enabling a remote control only enables the second player, and going into the options provides no outwardly displayed way to change player 1 to use a controller. We never figured it out and decided to move forward and play the game..except...we didn't know what to do. Let me help out anyone else whjo gets stuck within the first few minutes of the game. You are supposed to open the Map and then travel to your first Journal Entry, "The Frolic". It doesn't tell you that. It doesn't indicate that. You are simply supposed to be a magical effen genie and just know that crap as a kid...I guess.

This is only the fourth Disney game I've watched my daughter play (and subsequently played the game myself) but it's a real consistent pattern. These games are void of any lackluster or dedication to quality or gameplay value. Aside from slapping a Disney logo on it, these games will remind you of crapware that plauged the late 90's and ended up floating in bargain bins in CompUSA's or SILO's across America. It's probably developed by some Indian Ocean outsourced company that held the rights to make a game for Disney. Do not buy this crap anymore. Please. There are so many great indie developers that make amazing games and pour their hearts and souls into every detail of a game. And then there is this utter poop.

If this was made in America, then you should be embarrassed of your work. You probaly have a Disney logo in your portfolio that says you did work for Disney and people probably see that and think you're talented. Boy you fooled them.

Buyers Beware.
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114 of 126 people (90%) found this review helpful
5 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: October 11, 2014
Okay, so from an adult standpoint: Graphics are horrible, controls are convoluted. Can only use controller for second player. Confusing game layout and weak gameplay.

My 4 year old girls perspective: Can't play as Rapunzel with controller (doesn't know WASD very well yet), can't navigate to the story line or extra "stuff" with adult interaction. Not really kid friendly game. They really want to like it, but it is just too many problems for them to stay interested.


This is a game that requires I play it with them, which is fine if the game is good, but this is not one. I was hoping for a game they could feel empowered to play on their own, but this is not it. I would pick other co-play games for kids over this one and sadly my girls would as well.
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46 of 61 people (75%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.9 hrs on record
Posted: October 25, 2014
*Sigh* ...Yet another game that was included in the Disney Princess Pack of games that is a misreable gameplay experience. So far out of all the craptastic Disney games that we've tried, this was failed the least. Is that a good thing? No, it's not. It is still a poop show from a UI, storyline, graphics, and overall attempt as a game.

In this game, it's identical to the movie Tangled (as it should be) but after the static animated intro movie, you are thrown into the tower with pretty much little to no instruction of what the hell you are supposed to do. My 4 year old daughter is trying to figure out why enabling a remote control only enables the second player, and going into the options provides no outwardly displayed way to change player 1 to use a controller. We never figured it out and decided to move forward and play the game..except...we didn't know what to do. Let me help out anyone else whjo gets stuck within the first few minutes of the game. You are supposed to open the Map and then travel to your first Journal Entry, "The Frolic". It doesn't tell you that. It doesn't indicate that. You are simply supposed to be a magical effen genie and just know that crap as a kid...I guess.

This is only the fourth Disney game I've watched my daughter play (and subsequently played the game myself) but it's a real consistent pattern. These games are void of any lackluster or dedication to quality or gameplay value. Aside from slapping a Disney logo on it, these games will remind you of crapware that plauged the late 90's and ended up floating in bargain bins in CompUSA's or SILO's across America. It's probably developed by some Indian Ocean outsourced company that held the rights to make a game for Disney. Do not buy this crap anymore. Please. There are so many great indie developers that make amazing games and pour their hearts and souls into every detail of a game. And then there is this utter poop.

If this was made in America, then you should be embarrassed of your work. You probaly have a Disney logo in your portfolio that says you did work for Disney and people probably see that and think you're talented. Boy you fooled them.

Buyers Beware.
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17 of 23 people (74%) found this review helpful
4 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
0.7 hrs on record
Posted: January 8, 2015
This game is horrible. My dad thinks that it has horrible graphics and especially when she goes down the stairs. Her hair is up but it is supposed to be straight, go down, then go sraight again. Her hair has the most horrible graphics we've ever seen. I didn't like playing it at all, we couldn't even see the guards when they were coming. We couldn't jump on the little cliffs - it was horrible.
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24 of 36 people (67%) found this review helpful
2 people found this review funny
Not Recommended
1.3 hrs on record
Posted: December 4, 2014
I got this game as part of the Disney Princess and Fairy Pack, when it was on sale. I'm not sure whether the whole pack is really worthwhile, but this seemed to be a cute game, and I liked the movie. However, I should have known that the target audience of this game is for 10-year old girls, so the game is incredibly saccharine sweet, which is a bit hard to stomach for an adult. Even so, I managed to endure playing through the first level of the game, "First Frolic".

This game is a bit like the LEGO games in that they require the cooperative interaction between two characters, here Rapunzel and Flynn, each of whom have their special abilities, to navigate through a series of levels with various obstacles and bad guys to overcome. Rapunzel can spin her hair to grow flowers which occasionally results in a little critters that she can add to her drawing book and finds colors along the way to add to her painting palette. She can also use her hair to swing across gaps, and lower her hair so that Flynn can climb up. He can, on the other hand, use his little sword to cut through bushes, climb vines along a wall and find secret treasures with his treasure sense. Both of them can attack bad guys, Rapunzel uses a frying pan and he uses his sword. In this case, you whack the bad guys until they fall asleep and they magically disappear. Very Disney.

One interesting component of this game is the co-op play, where the second player can join in via a game controller. In single player mode, you switch between the two players with the TAB key, but the controller is missing such a button, so you cannot play the game in single-player mode just with a controller. You will keep needing to hit the TAB key to switch between them (which is often), so it makes it impractical to play this game with only a controller. Since there is no way (that I could see) to change controller settings, this effectively means you need to play the game in single-player mode using a keyboard moving around with WASD buttons. While I had no problem doing this, a young girl for which this game seems to be intended, may find this cumbersome.

However, one nice aspect of the co-op play, when you have two players, is once the two players are separated beyond the edge of the screen, the screen automatically splits so that each player can run and go wherever. When the players get close enough together the screen unsplits. This is not the way the LEGO games work, where the two of you must stay within the same screen. This is the first time I have seen this auto split/unsplit screen feature, which is a nice feature that I wish other co-op games had.

Even so, I do not recommend this game mainly for the reason that I found the game to be repetitive, and frankly, boring. The level I played seemed unnecessarily long without really enough stuff going on to make it interesting. Every time Rapunzel approach a cliff, she would "Oh a swing! I can swing across here." I found this sort of thing to be very tiresome after a while. Again, I understand the audience is a 10-year girl, but I really don't see this game as being very playable by someone so young, and anyone older, will find this game tedious at best.
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2 of 2 people (100%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.2 hrs on record
Posted: February 13
If you're getting this for a young child then let me stop you right there, the first player (plays as Rapunzel) and is forced to use the Keyboard & Mouse, while player 2 uses the controller. There is no way in-game to change this. So unless you have a 3rd party program to map the keys from the keyboard/mouse to a controller then this game isn't worth it.
The Devs really need to fix this, since the intended audience for the game isn't likely to be used to using a KB&M.
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1 of 2 people (50%) found this review helpful
Not Recommended
0.1 hrs on record
Posted: April 8
There's no storyline, only random challenges. So no real beginning or ending for this pile.

1/10
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5 of 11 people (45%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
Recommended
2.4 hrs on record
Posted: October 16, 2015
i hit some mofos and collected weird floating orbs. then i drew ♥♥♥♥♥ on signs

10/10
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3 of 8 people (38%) found this review helpful
1 person found this review funny
Recommended
4.1 hrs on record
Posted: March 15, 2015
I so wanted this game to be great! If there was a halfway thumb, I would chose that. I really liked being able to lead the CP because of all the times they get stuck. I liked the cutscenes very much, but the story seemed....a bit lacking. I got lost quite a few times and it was really easy to get confused about the objective. Another problem, there is no windowed mode and virtually no video settings.

The final and worst issue I have with this game, is that there is no tutorial on the controls. For younger children this would be a big problem. Even I had trouble figuring out the special keys to switch characters and such.

The price is a bit high too. I got it on sale and it was worth it for $10. I know it's because it's a Disney game, but really? If it's on sale for $10 or less than I would reccomend it if you don't get frustrated easily.

I have to say It was a fun little game to play despite the issues listed above.
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5 of 14 people (36%) found this review helpful
3 people found this review funny
7 of 31 people (23%) found this review helpful
13 people found this review funny