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Written by Shigamoto   
Friday, 19 May 2006
Harold the Homeboy has decided to climb a huge tower, and you have been chosen to help him. Is the game as thin as the story, read on to find out?

Icy Tower is a completely free release from Free Lunch Games. The game is heavily based on Nintendo’s old classic Ice Climber (released for the NES in 1984). In Ice Tower your objective is to climb as high as possible, the higher you climb the higher score you get.

Each floor you climb has a number; at every hundred floor a new starting floor is enabled. The floors have different looks to keep you from getting bored but work essentially the same way.

The controls are quite easy to master, Harold jumps when pressing space and you move him around using the arrow keys. You can also do super charge jumps, which is exactly what it seems like.

Icy Tower isn’t exactly littered with options and features, one should keep in mind that it’s free. Among the few options that are available is the replay feature that enables you to watch replays of your latest games, and also to save them. It’s pretty neat, even though I have a tough time finding a real use for it.

The graphics in the game isn’t much to brag about, however they are not bad. Harold is pretty humorous to watch in some odd way. A red flag are the fonts in the menu and score tables. They are pretty much unreadable and I suspect they are there to increase Harold’s street cred.

Speaking of the menu, the main menu music is dreadful. It cuts through glass, maybe even sapphires. But the in-game soundtrack is quite nice to listen to while playing, maybe it’s not destined for a hit success it does the job fine.

Icy Towers is fun to play and strangely addictive for being free. If the developers would just change the fonts and get rid of the dreadful main menu music this game would definitely be a favourite at the office.


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Related: Mario Forever Lemmings, N, Lode Runner
Developer: Free Lunch Design
Website for Game: http://www.freelunchdesign.com/games.php
Publisher: N/A
O/S: Windows 95/98/ME/NT/2000/XP
Where to Get: Download Full Game Here
Year of Release: 2006

Requirements:
N/A
Tested on:
AMD Athlon 64 2.2 GHz, 2x512 MB RAM, Geforce 4 64 MB





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1. 27-06-2008 08:42
 
Help
I cant play it coz i cant find it were is i want to play it i play it at school but cant find it here. help! somebody help me.... :? :sigh helpppppppppppppppppppp!
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jBarbz
2. 04-04-2007 14:36
 
good
i like i :grin
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3. 26-03-2007 22:29
 
now i know.....
omg! this game is so kool!!!! i love it..it is the best although i am not very good...i still try to win and i love it!!!! that's all for now...later
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4. 20-03-2007 10:31
 
now i know.....
This game sucks i keep loseing :(
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Denzel Polo
5. 19-03-2007 14:14
 
like..
i LOVE this game but i really suck at it.. well i got it a month ago and i really really love it! the highest floor i could get to was 894 and the combo score was 432
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camila
6. 12-03-2007 15:17
 
like..
this is an shite game
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volle
7. 12-03-2007 02:37
 
like..
I downloaded it and I got on to the bamboo level but it didn't say I uncovered it. It's still a fantastic game!! 
;) :upset :zzz :p :) :grin ;) 8) :p :sigh :roll :?
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8. 11-03-2007 19:53
 
good
so good and we need anew version :zzz
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9. 09-03-2007 11:58
 
good
what is dis!??!! :( :?
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nini
10. 25-02-2007 21:00
 
good
like i am so so :grin (happy)
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hi like my name is like tori a


 
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