Other Sellers on Amazon
+ $7.04 shipping
+ $9.84 shipping
+ $4.99 shipping
Angry Birds: On Thin Ice Game
|Price:||$13.75 & FREE Shipping on orders over $49. Details|
Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) is a service we offer sellers that lets them store their products in Amazon's fulfillment centers, and we directly pack, ship, and provide customer service for these products. Something we hope you'll especially enjoy: FBA items qualify for FREE Shipping and .
If you're a seller, Fulfillment by Amazon can help you increase your sales. We invite you to learn more about Fulfillment by Amazon .
- Enter your model number to make sure this fits.
- Based on the on the best-selling phone app game, Angry Birds
- The second installment of the exciting skill and action game based on, Angry Birds
- Build, launch and destroy with fun new features, including pigs with helmets, breakable ice block building pieces, and exploding TNT box
- Includes 2 Angry Birds, 3 green pigs, 1 slingshot-style catapult launcher, structure pieces and mission cards
- For 2-4 players
Frequently Bought Together
Customers Who Bought This Item Also Bought
CHOKING HAZARD -- Small parts. Not for children under 3 yrs.
CHOKING HAZARD -- Toy contains a small ball. Not for children under 3 yrs.
Players draw a card and build the structure shown before their opponents launch their Angry Birds.
Launch the Angry Birds to knock down the structure-and the pigs-to win points.
The evil green pigs have stolen the Angry Birds’ eggs, so now the vengeance-seeking birds are poised to attack with everything they’ve got! This thrilling skill-and-action game is based on the bestselling mobile app Angry Birds on Thin Ice, the second installment of the wildly popular game series. Fans will love all the building and smashing action with fun structural pieces and snappable ice girders. Players draw mission cards and build the indicated structures before their opponents knock them — and the pigs — down to score points. The first player to earn 1,000 points wins the game!
Tailor the Game to Players’ Skills
The mission cards feature four levels of difficulty (and corresponding levels of points), so you can decide how you want to play. Select a mission card from any of the four levels and give the card to the next player — they have to build the indicated castle that you’re going to shoot down. For the first three levels, the castle should be built exactly as indicated on the card. The fourth and most difficult level is freestyle, which lets you create your own structures within a specific set of guidelines. Once the castle is built, it’s time for you to shoot it down!
Comes With Exciting Game Pieces
The game's structural pieces include “wood” beams and snappable “ice” girders, along with three green pigs and two construction hats. A TNT box adds an extra explosive element of fun — when it falls, it pops open to create more chaos and then can be easily refolded for the next round. The slingshot-style catapult launcher fits either of the two Angry Birds (one Big Red and one Yellow). To operate, simply insert the Angry Bird, pull back, and let go to launch and destroy!
What's In The Box?
40 mission cards, 16 points cards, one Angry Birds launcher, two Angry Birds, three pigs, two pig helmets, one TNT box, five girders, three breakable ice girders, two ice blocks, and two ice cubes
Angry Birds On Thin Ice, lets players build, launch and destroy with fun new features.
From the Manufacturer
Top Customer Reviews
The concept is relatively simple of pulling cards of different set-ups to build and then launching the Angry Birds at the structure.
Parents might need to step-in to help little kiddos assemble the structures or provide some guidance on how to work the catapult. Assembling the structure exactly to the picture on the cards takes some doing, but it's not impossible. It's pretty difficult to hit anything with the catapult, but it's fun to try and try again. If you're actually trying to win, it might be good to bend the rules to allow enough tries to hit something, particularly if you have young children. For us, we take turns building it, while the other keeps trying until it gets knocked down. Simple.
After all, who doesn't like knocking down Pig structures by flinging Angry Birds at them? I do wish the catapult was stronger so you could really control how far or high the bird goes but it works fine as a kid's game.
The concept of the game is great, bring the Angry Birds experience to the real world. Allow us to have a tangible attachment to the Angry Birds universe. In these regards the game succeeds. You'll quickly get wrapped up in the levels, enjoy it when you knock over all of the pigs with 1 bird, and rejoice when your skills bring home the points you need to win.
However, the execution of the concept is very poor. The problems with the game are not how its played but how the pieces have been formed from plastic. The designer behind this game didn't put much thought into how the virtual renditions would actually function in the real world, with real people setting them up, etc.
Here are the issues, the pieces are not solid all the way around. The ice is solid on 5 sides, where the back side is open. This mean you have only a few possible ways to arrange the ice. So if the card calls for a piece that lays on its side, you have 3 options (top, bottom, front -- in most cases). The solid front and back are great because they offer the greatest surface area. Using them it is really easy to stack and build the level, but these side are also the most secure. So this means that it is much harder to knock over the pieces.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
The product is very fun to play with! The only problem, that's why I only give 4/5 is that it would be better if the ice/wood pieces could match on width and height, some times is... Read morePublished 2 days ago by Carlos Garcia
My niece, nephew, and I all enjoy it. Very fun to play with family.Published 5 days ago by Linh Phan
Kids loved it. Is about like Legos, simply because there are enough pieces that the one that they want to use in particular will be hidden under a piece of furniture, or hidden in... Read morePublished 1 month ago by dryvit1234
My grandson loves this game. He's only 5, so some of the "buildings" are a little difficult for him to build, but he doesn't care. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Katherine H.