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The Batman: Ice Age

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The Batman: Ice Age

Developer: Sarbakan Game Studio[1]
Platform: Adobe Flash
Released internationally: March 2004[1]

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A short 2D platform game in which Batman, together with a fat robot or an unknown Batgirl, stop Mr. Freeze from destroying the world from a spaceship.

Unused Graphics

To do:
A huge number of unseen graphics of Batman, Mr. Freeze and more that are not visible in the frame.

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Unused Text

Cacti speak Japanese.
...But what does it mean?
This game has text or audio that needs to be translated. If you are fluent with this language, please read our translation guidelines and then submit a translation!
High Score Scripts Placeholder
Lorem ipsum dolor sit ameorem ipsum dolor sit amett

Version Differences

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Robot Version Batgirl Version
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Two different versions of the game are available on the Internet, both in English only. Both have different helpers for Batman, with the first version a robot, and the second an unknown Batgirl.
It is unknown which version was released first. Therefore, the versions "robot version" and "Batgirl version" are distinguished:

  • Batman has a dark blue color theme in the robot version, and a dark gray one in the Batgirl version.
  • The Robot sidekick can only strike with increased force, while the Batgirl uses a Boomerang as an attack.
  • Mr. Freeze has a completely different, primitive design in the Batgirl version.
  • The cutscenes contain completely different images in both versions.

Burger King CD

Included as an extra in a Burger King Kids Meal was a CD with the robot version of the game. The only difference is that the Burger King version includes a language selection option for English, Spanish, and German.