|Abilities||Turning surrounding blocks (and pigs) into ice|
|First Appearance||Cold Cuts 2-4 (Set free in 2-3)|
|Species||Extraterrestrial Bird or Blue Whistling Thrush (Myophonus caeruleus)|
|Locations||Many in Angry Birds Space|
''Urrgg. Have to protect... uh... have to... Protect! Protect my egg!''
–Ice Bird, Angry Birds Space Comic
Ice Bird is a character who debuted in Angry Birds Space. He is an extraterrestrial companion to the Flock once they arrive in Space. He convinces the Flock to help him in his quest to recover the Eggsteroid. He intends on saving his home planet from the Space Pigs, but Red is convinced he can help get them home. His power is to freeze enemies solid in an icy explosion. His powers resemble those of Iceman.
In the game, Ice Bird freezes an area upon impact. Ice Bird explodes a couple of seconds after impact with any piece of structure, and covers the surrounding blocks and piggies with ice, making them brittle and easier to break. If the screen is not tapped, Ice Bird will hesitate for a few seconds, still turning surfaces it touches into ice; making the Ice Bird a technical variation of Bomb. The Ice Bird's explosion doesn't damage any regular blocks or pigs, but it will set off any explosive objects in range.
Ice Bird is currently exclusive to Angry Birds Space, and currently, no plans for him making any appearances elsewhere exist, other than cameos on games, such as Angry Birds Friends! and animations, such as Boba's Delivery .
- He is also the first bird that didn't appear in the regular Angry Birds games. The second is Silver.
- Unlike Fat Pig, he has no major appearances besides Angry Birds Space.
- In the last two episodes of Angry Birds Space, Brass Hogs and Solar System; there are no levels with him.
- He makes a cameo in Boba's Delivery as a toy.
- His pain noises are actually Matilda's pain noises edited.
- Therefore, there is a theory that this is what happened to her when she went to space.
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