A slope with ice in Frost Bite 2
|Game(s)||Frost Bite series|
In the Frost Bite games, ice appears white on top, with a layer of light blue on bottom. In the games it is usually, seen drooping down off platforms in icicles of varying lengths.
In Thin Ice, ice covers almost the entire level. It is a blueish, almost green colour. Underneath is water, which is a solid blue colour.
In Frost Bite 1 & 2, ice coats platforms. It is slippery when went down, and slows the player down when went up. It is considered a hazard as it may cause the player to slide down to other hazards, or more prone to hitting icicles, which are often placed on ceilings above ice.
Sometimes, ice is found in windy areas, where they can easily get blown down slopes. It is encountered often in levels close to the end of Frost Bite 2. Ice does not effect enemies or hazards in the area.
Ice is encountered in every level of Thin Ice, making up the skating area of the levels. The player, with skates, has to cut holes around enemies to sink them into the water below. The player does not experience any drift when stopping. ice crystals are sometimes encountered on ice.
Underwater worms lurk underwater, following the player, possibly walking on the bottom layer of the Ice. A less stable ice - called thin ice - is found in some levels, and cannot be skated on due to its instability.
|Attack||Dangerous to stay on|
|Damage||Quarter of health|
Thin ice is a hazardous type of ice in the game Thin Ice.
Thin ice appears as dark cyan. Cracks are visible on it.
Thin ice appears a lot different then the usual skating ice, a slight darker blue colour and cracks. It makes appearances in a few level. If the player touches it, the piece they touch will break, and the Eskimo will fall into the water. In some levels, a little sign saying "Thin Ice!" is stuck into the Thin Ice. It does not effect enemies and hazards; also, it is easy to avoid.
- Thin ice has the same name as the game it is in, Thin Ice.