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Fire 'N Ice

Fire 'N Ice (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: Puzzle
Developer: Tecmo
AKA: Solomon's Key 2 (EU), Solomon no Kagi 2: Coolmintou Kyuushutsu Sakusen (JP)

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Fire 'N Ice review

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royalranger says: "Hello, once again, and welcome to another review by yours truly, RoyalRanger, here to give you an honest opinion on the late but great 1993 Tecmo game, Fire 'n Ice. In light of the differences of opinion of games, evident between different gamers, I have decided to bring in a professional game character, Error (From Zelda 2), in here to co-author the review, providing their perspective at a few intervals during my review writing. "
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Fire 'N Ice review

Reviewed May 19, 2008

wolfqueen001 says: "You’ll likely find yourself snoozing through the first couple worlds, but soon after, you’ll find yourself scratching your head as formerly cakewalk puzzles turn into headache-inducing brain-busters. "
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