Interactive objects are objects in Jack Frost in that can aid Jack Frost in the completion of a level or help him get to another spot in the level. Interactive objects cannot be destroyed, nor moved by Jack Frost. Interactive objects are made of wood, and will not affect any enemy in Jack Frost.
|Ability||Allow Jack Frost to reach elevated platforms|
Ladders are interactive objects in the game Jack Frost. They are attached to platforms, but need to be climbed to be frozen.
Ladders general appearance are two long vertical wooden beams with smaller wooden beams between them. The vertical beams may be shorter or longer, depending on the level.
They are not located in all levels, but Jack Frost must cover these with ice in order to complete levels they appear on. Enemies with arms, such as the purple nose enemies and lizards can climb ladders.
Moving platforms are interactive objects in the game Jack Frost.
Moving platforms appear as a piece of wood with metal nailed to the top.
They continuously move either up or down from the bottom of the screen, providing Jack Frost a way to get up to higher places then he can't jump to.
They are not necessary to be frozen, since they aren't made up of red blocks and can't be frozen. Enemies in Jack Frost cannot walk on moving platforms, and will turn from them if they get close to doing it.
A trampoline being activated
|Ability||Bounce Jack Frost upwards|
Trampolines are interactive objects in the game Jack Frost.
Trampolines appear as a metal toaster like object with a brown pad attached. This brown pad will be on the top of the block when not stepped on, and extend up when it is landed on.
They are positioned at several areas in some level. When Jack Frost touches one, it will send him three times higher in the air than he can jump, enabling him to reach places that he couldn't reach before.
While in the air, he can go through blocks. Red and purple dragons will still breath fire down if Jack Frost goes underneath them in mid-air. Jack Frost will not freeze blocks he goes through while in the air, only the ones he actually steps on.