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Submitted by JBedford 950d ago | review

Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage Review (Modojo)

John Bedford (Modojo): It's easy enough to understand why Rovio Stars, the new third-party publishing arm of the famous Finnish developer, would have snapped up a title like Nitrome's Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage. It's a physics puzzler through and through, and so represents very comfortable ground for the Angry Birds giant. It's also different enough from the company's flagship product to legitimize this new publishing venture. (Icebreaker: A Viking Voyage, iPad, iPhone) 4/5

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