Water becomes ice when the temperature drops to 0° C (32° F or 273.15° K). The 0° K temp is an unlikely possibility of total freeze of the Universe (the interstellar average temperature today is maintained at around 3° K but the area close to Earth is heated to approximately 10° K). No ice would be able to exist in the state of 0° K (basically, nothing would be able to exist at 0° K). Because Kelvin degrees are only for physical purposes, most people on the planet operate with Celsius or Fahrenheit scales of degrees. This information is for your general knowledge because it is unlikely that you will operate with K degrees in our online ice games to play for free.
Ice is a slippery substance, which has a lot of useful applications in life. We make edible ice to make sweet things with colored syrups (ones similar to ice cream). We ski and skate on ice and snow. We go to a frozen lake, pond, or river to catch fish from under the icy surface of the water. We put ice into our drinks. We press ice to our wounds and bruises to feel less pain, make them heal faster, and stop the bleeding (if any). Ice can be transparent or opaque depending on the purity of source water or another liquid that solidifies into ice (other substances have a different temperature point of becoming ice). You can explore a lot of things with ice mentioned above in our free ice games.
During the gameplay of our freely playable ice games, you will acquire new skills and hone the existing ones: making ice and ice food, skiing, driving and drifting on icy surfaces, playing the match-3 type of games with icy objects, and others.