Insane Cold: Back to the Ice Age

Jacob sat in the café, waiting for his wife. Helen had a special gift waiting for her for this anniversary: an amulet Jacob had picked up in an antique shop. But Jacob did not know that his gift contained within it a great power, a power meant to awaken an ancient evil. In a flash, frost giants were unleashed upon the world and kidnapped Helen. A perpetual frost has descended upon the city and there appears to be few survivors. Help Jacob find Helen and uncover the dark truth behind the amulet and this otherworldly frost that threatens humanity. To set his beloved free and save the planet from the impending disaster, Jacob must overcome his fear and face the cold head on. Help the hero battle this malicious evil by solving puzzles, rescuing survivors, and finding useful items. Can you help thwart the sinister plans of the frost giants?

Jacob sets out on a quest to collect 17 souls one at a time from the innocent bystanders now frozen because they were in the wrong place at the wrong time. I have played a ton of games and the first thing I noticed in this game was insanely awesome graphics, not necessarily with the scenery, but the characters themselves. But as there is a half price sale on, I thought what the heck, and brought the game right away. And it is a long game. Can Jacob destroy the ice giants in time to save Helen? You have to save your wife who's been frozen and kidnapped by a really big, really mean ice-man. There are quite a few cut-scenes at the start which are interesting and do not distract too much from the game play. Great game, will keep you coming back for more. You will need to save 17 frozen souls along your journey in order to activate the amulet you found in said antique shop before you can rescue Helen. Jacob returns to the antique shop to confront Mr. Music is appropriate, and other than being just a bit dark, the graphics are great. Jacob purchased an ancient medallion from the local antique shop to give to his wife Helen for their anniversary. They are not long or annoying, just helpful. This point-and-click adventure promises to deliver lots of ho's and brain bending puzzles. In some, you have to grab items as usual, but you may also have to put some things into the same puzzle as well.

I really enjoyed". Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Taylorkiddy from Don't miss this one! But as there is a half price sale on, I thought what the heck, and brought the game right away. The adventure is lengthy, I think I finished in about 7 hours. Hope who fesses up that he inherited both the shop and the medallion from his great grandfather who told him of a legend about 7 foot ice giants that need human souls to survive. There is a considerable amount of jumping-around to get to the next pertinent area, as many HOGs have. Try it, you'll like it! Think about it, whenever a character walks, it is jerky and stiff with no joint movements, and don't get me started on animals, a recent game I played had a small dog that glided sideways and his legs didn't even move! The graphics are similar to, if not better than some CE's I have played. You have to save your wife who's been frozen and kidnapped by a really big, really mean ice-man. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Christineuk from A little Gem I have just played the demo, and found the game to have a logical sequence to all the actions you need to do using the right tools for the job. Can Jacob destroy the ice giants in time to save Helen? The objective is to locate Helen who has been kidnapped and save her from Froid, who is bent on returning Earth to the ice age period and ruling the world.

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It's a very entertaining story with twists and turns that are sometimes unexpected. Plus, I thought the cut-scenes were interesting. Casual gamer's should really enjoy this one The stilted graphics were awkward, but the story telling and pace were superb. They are not long or annoying, just helpful. Although I have to admit I had to wait for a warm day to play this game. You have to save your wife who's been frozen and kidnapped by a really big, really mean ice-man. The Hidden Object Scenes are slightly interactive list finds with at least one zoom in area that contain items listed in red. You will need to save 17 frozen souls along your journey in order to activate the amulet you found in said antique shop before you can rescue Helen. Hope the devs put out another one like this!! Collecting the souls was fun I Mad Mouse to read the stories about each good souland it had a happy ending. The adventure is lengthy, I think I finished in about 7 hours. I thought for sure this game would get a higher rating, the only criticism I could make is that the words on the HO scenes were too small. Try Storm Tale, you'll like it!

No VO's but that was OK. There are some going back and forth during the scenes, but not enough to be annoying. It had beautiful graphics and music, and a lot of originality I've yet to see another game with Froids. The graphics are similar to, if not better than some CE's I have played. I actually really enjoyed the hogs, because they were different than just the same old thing. I liked that you had to figure out what objects to use where. Casual gamer's should really enjoy this one I very rarely give 5 stars for anything, but this game, well, I just so thoroughly enjoyed it. Try it, you'll like it! Otherwise it's pretty good so far. This was a great playing, long game. I would not recommend this one.

Collecting the souls was fun I liked to read the stories about each good souland it had a happy ending. There were dozens of places I could see collectibles being! It's a very entertaining story with twists and turns that are sometimes unexpected. I have played a ton of games and the first thing I noticed in this game was insanely awesome graphics, not necessarily with the scenery, but the characters themselves. The puzzles so far are fairly easy to do, and I cannot not comment on how long the game will be. I would definitely Mystery P.I.: The Vegas Heist this game, if you like to think before you Mahjong World Contest 2. This point-and-click adventure promises to deliver lots of ho's and brain bending puzzles.


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It was a good story, good replay and nice scenes, puzzles, and HOs. What a neat game. I recommend turning off the sound and playing your favorite music. I actually really enjoyed the hogs, because they were different than just the same old thing. That being said, I loved this game! There is a considerable amount of jumping-around to get to the next pertinent area, as many HOGs have. Jacob was watching Helen from the window of the cafe they were to meet at when a 7 foot giant appeared just behind Helen. It had beautiful graphics and music, and a lot of originality I've yet to see another game with Froids. I thought for sure this game would get a higher rating, the only criticism I could make is that the words on the HO scenes were too small. The HOS were excellent. I highly recommend this game. There are some going back and forth during the scenes, but not enough to be annoying.

11 thoughts on “Insane Cold: Back to the Ice Age

  1. Some of the scenes are repeated which disappoints me, I hate repeated scenes because it's boring and you know where everything is a second time around. Try it, you'll like it! You will need to save 17 frozen souls along your journey in order to activate the amulet you found in said antique shop before you can rescue Helen. Towards the end of the game the screen with a scroll and book cover medallion would not close and the only way to get around it was to save and exit the game and come back

  2. There are films that run during the game, filling you in on history of the story. I very rarely give 5 stars for anything, but this game, well, I just so thoroughly enjoyed it. I would not recommend this one. This game surprised me, I wasn't expecting much from a stand alone edition but I really did enjoy playing this game, enjoy!

  3. Very chilling! Highly recommend! Although I have to admit I had to wait for a warm day to play this game.

  4. Very chilling! Hope who fesses up that he inherited both the shop and the medallion from his great grandfather who told him of a legend about 7 foot ice giants that need human souls to survive. However, It would be nice to have a map. There are only a handful of mini games but there are plenty of inventory items to pick up and use as well as tasks to accomplish. In some, you have to grab items as usual, but you may also have to put some things into the same puzzle as well.

  5. Hope who fesses up that he inherited both the shop and the medallion from his great grandfather who told him of a legend about 7 foot ice giants that need human souls to survive. Although I have to admit I had to wait for a warm day to play this game. I would highly recommend. Plus, I thought the cut-scenes were interesting.

  6. Hope the devs put out another one like this!! Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by tesamoine from Great Soft Release We get so few of these bare-bones soft releases, and they are my favorite type of HO games. I would not recommend this one. The objective is to locate Helen who has been kidnapped and save her from Froid, who is bent on returning Earth to the ice age period and ruling the world.

  7. Great game, will keep you coming back for more. Plus, I thought the cut-scenes were interesting. Hope the devs put out another one like this!! Otherwise it's pretty good so far. There is a considerable amount of jumping-around to get to the next pertinent area, as many HOGs have.

  8. I very rarely give 5 stars for anything, but this game, well, I just so thoroughly enjoyed it. Think about it, whenever a character walks, it is jerky and stiff with no joint movements, and don't get me started on animals, a recent game I played had a small dog that glided sideways and his legs didn't even move! Casual gamer's should really enjoy this one The HO's are interactive, which is nice, rather than the boring junk piles. Jacob was watching Helen from the window of the cafe they were to meet at when a 7 foot giant appeared just behind Helen.

  9. It's a very entertaining story with twists and turns that are sometimes unexpected. It's almost like a video game, I haven't seen such fluid movements in a PC game ever. There are some going back and forth during the scenes, but not enough to be annoying. This point-and-click adventure promises to deliver lots of ho's and brain bending puzzles. I think the spelling and names were atrocious.

  10. Music is appropriate, and other than being just a bit dark, the graphics are great. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Taylorkiddy from Don't miss this one! It had beautiful graphics and music, and a lot of originality I've yet to see another game with Froids. This HOG has some of the usual problems such as calling a smoking pipe a tube, and some of the items are too small or cryptic of how to proceed.

  11. I very rarely give 5 stars for anything, but this game, well, I just so thoroughly enjoyed it. What a neat game. I really would love to see more from this developer. Date published: Rated 5 out of 5 by Christineuk from A little Gem I have just played the demo, and found the game to have a logical sequence to all the actions you need to do using the right tools for the job.

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