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Welcome to Firestorm! 56 Artists, 175 Microgames each in 4 seconds or less. Developers from over 20 different countries participated in this massive game collaboration, becoming one of the largest Flash games ever produced. It's like Wariowares, same style gaming and genre.

Being the last of its kind, this final part of the Four Second series takes you beyond the keyboard, and includes over 60 mouse-based games in it's own entire Mouse mode, giving Four Second Firestorm a powerful boost in gameplay. If you are a traditionalist, there are still over 100 original keyboard games to keep you happy. Get to the boss, and win.

Thanks to everyone for making this game series as fun and exciting to produce as it has been to play, and thanks to the other 55 developers who were on this project. Check out their bios for more information about each developer!

Special thanks to Zero-Bass for providing his wonderful music for us. He is an amazing artist, no doubt.

Here were the developers for this project:
jmtb02
Cryzabey
Wonchop
TastyLamp
Luksy
Nuggs
Robot-Creations
FlashBurgerHelper
mx781
Jindo
Arby
DingoEatingFuzz
zoy
chaz
donutmaster
rakosman
dicko
BlackFang
sinz3ro
zwe
ReyalstheSlayer
Blunt
Cecemel
edit-undo
space-cookie
asdf
xplodes
windymager
TomyLee
Rageace
Bezman
Evan
eyeFusion
Maggot
Aspertime
Re2deemer
Daperson
Glaiel-Gamer
Bomtoons
DarthMike
Ciph3rzer0
shadowford
Depredation
RockStar
Jordan
FryLock
MatthewBendo
ChubbtheHippo
Davidzhut
zero-bass
Scythe
Steven-M
Dfox
Admiral-N
Mogly
Luis

Reviews


danmerqurydanmerqury

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Great!

I've been a big fan of the "Four Second" series since the beginning. They're some of the most addicting games I've ever played. But I'm a little bit disappointed with Firestorm.

I like the new mouse games, but some of the games in this collection are confusing. The games in the previous two collections were always immediately identifiable and easy to pick up, but some of these took a few plays to understand what to do. Others required small amounts of experimentation, which four seconds doesn't really allow.

The visual style was great on some games (like the "eat a cloud" one), and the simplistic art style on most worked great. But some of the games didn't seem to visually fit in.

Also, the "boss battle" at the end of the game was underwhelming compared to the boss battles in Fury and Frenzy. It lacked the visual punch and flair that the others had, and was a little too simple.

Other than those small quibbles, it's great to see a third installment to the series. Keep up the good work!



SarynSaryn

Rated 5 / 5 stars

good

the game was good,very addictive I couldn't stop playing it,but some of the games are...confuse,some of them I didn't know what to do,besides that it was perfect



ShardStormShardStorm

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

Didn't impress me

This would have been a good game if the vast majority of the games weren't absolutely craptastic. You lost in a ridiculously short amount of time just from not being able to figure the random scribblings the next artist had put in front of you. Props for good content and music, though.


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KirbyPhelpsPKKirbyPhelpsPK

Rated 5 / 5 stars

LOL!!!

Just like Warioware!! :D



ShockPhoenixMk2ShockPhoenixMk2

Rated 5 / 5 stars

Awesome, simply awesome.

Plain and simple: awesome concept and fun all over. Good job to all involved. Only problem I can see is the lack of music; that one song gets annoying after awhile. Also, some of the games controls aren't really clear, so you pretty much fail the first or second time you play it, such as the game with the ninja jumping the rocks, or the beer grabbing game. Beyond that, great work.