Icebreaker 2 Red Clan Game Walkthrough - Level 21 to 24
Icebreaker: The Red Clan Icebreaker: The Red Clan
Save the frozen vikings by getting them back to their longboat!

Level 21

Um… uh-oh.

This level presents us with two Vikings and several ice blocks held together by ropes. The two ice blocks with two pins each are the anchor points. Because of the way ropes work in Icebreaker, it is actually possible to support ice blocks on them, as is happening here.

First, this rope.

Next, cut these three.

Finally, cut this rope, and the Viking will swing down below the center ice block.

At this point, it's just a matter of cutting the rope at the right time so that the Viking swings into the boat.

Repeat the process for the other Viking.

Level 22

Moving on, to a level which is a colossal pain to screenshot. First, cut this rope. The rock block will pull the roof away and let the ravens fly out.

The ravens will knock over the Balloon Valkyrie, who will roll down the slope and push the ice block over the edge, where it will fall and hit the end of the wood seesaw, launching the frozen Viking into the air. You will have a few seconds to cut away at the frozen Viking's ice block, making it light enough for the birds to fly it up and over the lip of the rock slope.

Once it's above the hole, cut the rope and let the Viking fall into the boat.

Level 23

The trickiest part of this level is to get this serrated wooden plank to land with its jagged side up. Cutting this rope first, then cutting the rope holding it up as it swings is a good way to start.

Once the plank is in place, cut this rope to drop the block of ROCKET ICE down below.

Finally, cut the block vertically. The power of ROCKET ICE will propel the plank to the right, which in turn will turn the rock gear and propel the other plank left, taking the Viking along with it.

With the Viking suspended over the boat, simply cut the rope.

Level 24

First, you need to attach this grabby rock block to the spinning rock pillar. The extra arm to anchor isn't strictly necessary, but can be helpful as it allows you to grab the pillar without worrying about the grabby rock's own swinging.

Once you have the rock firmly secured, cut the rope – and the anchoring arm, if you made one – and let it swing.

Grab the floating ice block containing the Vikings as it goes.

Looks like we're going to have to do this one in pieces. Cut it off here, then cut the grabby arm as it flies toward the boat. Repeat for the other two Vikings.