It's a fun and creative little game with an interesting storyline. It's challenging and just as amusing as Angry Birds and Tiny Thief. Overall, it's an amazing game. I'm rating it 4 stars because I found zooming in and out and up and down a tad difficult. I believe the game would benefit by including a slider bar on the side to move the screen up and down.
By Odin's beard, this game is fun! Just spent 3 entire nights finishing the beast, and I was thoroughly entertained, unable to stop playing until 2am. Every level poses a unique challenge, especially the later ones. Humorous, well polished, very fun. There are powerups you can buy, I finished without using one but they sure would have helped! lots of bonus missions too, good replay value. Highly recommend.
Vastly improved since initial release When this first debuted on Android and constantly crash my tablet. However since the update I have seen vast improvements. My only complaint is that with a game like this trial and error is a given so I find it annoying to advertise for in app purchases if I wanted them I'd buy them and it doesn't help there's no way to get them besides using real money like in angry birds.
Awesome Game But With Some Problems The game itself is great- it's funny, challenging and the level designs are great. But it freezes while opening after the Nitrome intro and while trying to go to the pause menu in a level. Maybe it's my phone, or maybe the new update will fix it.
Drives you nuts The premise is simple: cut ice blocks, let physics do the rest. Dont let that fool you though - this game is devious: mostly your vikings get spiked, eaten, drowned, stuck or sacrificed to temple gods.
Solid, challenging physics puzzler Easy enough just to beat a level, challenging to get par or under par. IAPs are a minor distraction. Annoying that there is neither cloud save nor data backup for apps like Carbon! Update: to copy save data to another device, copy save.xml and achievements.xml from /data/data/com.nitrome.icebreaker . You need root access and a root-compatible file browser like Total Commander.
Fixed some of the most common issues users were experiencing.