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Making its second entry to the Play Store (after Dark Nebula), Free Lunch Design brought Icy Tower 2 to Android today. Today's debut marks the first appearance of the Icy Tower title in the Play Store, meaning Android users can finally enjoy the extremely popular jumper on their mobile devices.

Some readers may question the noteworthiness of a jumping game – after all, the genre is a crowded one. What sets Icy Tower apart, though, is the fact that its gameplay manages to remain significantly more dynamic, action packed, and generally more fun than most other jumpers. Evidently, players of the original agree – the game's page on Facebook (where it also lives as an app) has reached about 2.5 million likes.

The game has simple tilt or touch controls, power-ups, tower upgrades, boosters, a customizable jumper, and vivid, candy-colored graphics that will keep you engaged and allow you to kill plenty of time.

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Whether you've been waiting for Icy Tower to make the jump to mobile, or just need a great game to kill a few minutes of down time, Icy Tower 2 is worth checking out. Plus, it's free in the Play Store. Just hit the widget below.

Liam Spradlin
Liam loves Android, design, user experience, and travel. He doesn't love ill-proportioned letter forms, advertisements made entirely of stock photography, and writing biographical snippets.

  • IncCo

    Awesome !

  • anerik

    Finally, awesome game! Just Kingdom Rush for Android and i'm good to go, lol.

  • android news

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  • snvc

    Thanks for notifying me so soon as always Android Police. When I saw the article, I just kept scrolling...hoping to see it was free...and when I saw that it was indeed, I was overjoyed. I'd played this game on PC a lot when I was in highschool, some 8 years ago - and to have it on Android now...it's like the circle is completed.

    Very, very polished game by the way.

    • Royal2000H

      Hasn't Icy Tower classic been on the market for a while?

  • patapongirl

    Finally! I've been playing this addictive game so much on my ipad.

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