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A unique WATER shooting game with 25 addicting and challenging levels! Save the barrio from the blazing inferno!

Fire water from your hose to extinguish the fires in each level. You have limited water so be sure to aim carefully.

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Reviews


KnightflameKnightflame

Rated 4.5 / 5 stars

Nice sound effects and good game



com0sa6sin1ass21sincom0sa6sin1ass21sin

Rated 5 / 5 stars

i don't give a dam about the pride of some ppl..it's good but it gets boring after a while..im a phil and this game...can be better..(blob of water)not that great killing the fire...



Cienfuegos2Cienfuegos2

Rated 2.5 / 5 stars

Racism, racism everywhere.


People find this review helpful!

ShigenoShigeno

Rated 5 / 5 stars

"Proud Pinoy" as being the only comment on some of the "useful reviews" are unjustified. The reviews do not provide commentary on the gameplay, story or entertainment value of the game, nor do they give an accurate rating. It appears that people can't make reviews without being affected by nationalistic tendencies. It's really appalling how people could consider those reviews useful because they harbor undying patriotism for their country.
I would like to present to the table some objectivity. This is hardly anything original. It's one of those physics puzzle games where you have some sort of objective. I disagree with Kenmoor's review about all games needing to involve some sort of story. A lot of puzzle games do not require an elaborate story behind it. The volcano setting things on fire in this instance is sufficient. It's not an RPG or an adventure game, it's a physics puzzle game.
However, I do have some concerns with this game.
A good puzzle game should be challenging or fun, and this game isn't entirely challenging or too much fun. Much of it has to do with trial and error, the puzzles are very simple and easy to figure out. Sure, the game has its moments, but it gets boring easily.
Other than that, the physics in this game is not accurate. Sometimes the burning houses would be immersed in water. In reality the fire would have been put out by then. Another thing that's problematic for this game is the consistency of the water. The water seems more like a semi-solid substance rather than a liquid with its blob-like composition. Additionally, the blobs have a propensity to bounce off each other and go in whichever direction. Whether a fire is put out or not in this game depends on the amount of water blobs which hit the fire, and not on how powerful or constant the stream of water is. This is not the case in real life. It is well known that fire is easier put out by a strong and constant stream of water. If you only periodically drop buckets of water on fire (not constantly), it would give the fire a chance to flare up again.
Don't get me wrong, the game is not entirely a let-down. The gameplay is at least passable, though undeniably unoriginal. It is not, in all respects, bad/ It is entertaining for a short while. Despite its flaws it could be considered a mediocre time-waster. Don't expect anything innovative, new or amazing in this game - it won't offer you those things. It is just short mindless fun.
I guess the enjoyment you can derive from this game could be comparable to the burning houses in the game. You can only take so much until you get put off of it.

ANG GALING NG LARO SHET!!!!!!!!!



KolterKolter

Rated 1.5 / 5 stars

"Proud Pinoy" as being the only comment on some of the "useful reviews" are unjustified. The reviews do not provide commentary on the gameplay, story or entertainment value of the game, nor do they give an accurate rating. It appears that people can't make reviews without being affected by nationalistic tendencies. It's really appalling how people could consider those reviews useful because they harbor undying patriotism for their country.
I would like to present to the table some objectivity. This is hardly anything original. It's one of those physics puzzle games where you have some sort of objective. I disagree with Kenmoor's review about all games needing to involve some sort of story. A lot of puzzle games do not require an elaborate story behind it. The volcano setting things on fire in this instance is sufficient. It's not an RPG or an adventure game, it's a physics puzzle game.
However, I do have some concerns with this game.
A good puzzle game should be challenging or fun, and this game isn't entirely challenging or too much fun. Much of it has to do with trial and error, the puzzles are very simple and easy to figure out. Sure, the game has its moments, but it gets boring easily.
Other than that, the physics in this game is not accurate. Sometimes the burning houses would be immersed in water. In reality the fire would have been put out by then. Another thing that's problematic for this game is the consistency of the water. The water seems more like a semi-solid substance rather than a liquid with its blob-like composition. Additionally, the blobs have a propensity to bounce off each other and go in whichever direction. Whether a fire is put out or not in this game depends on the amount of water blobs which hit the fire, and not on how powerful or constant the stream of water is. This is not the case in real life. It is well known that fire is easier put out by a strong and constant stream of water. If you only periodically drop buckets of water on fire (not constantly), it would give the fire a chance to flare up again.
Don't get me wrong, the game is not entirely a let-down. The gameplay is at least passable, though undeniably unoriginal. It is not, in all respects, bad/ It is entertaining for a short while. Despite its flaws it could be considered a mediocre time-waster. Don't expect anything innovative, new or amazing in this game - it won't offer you those things. It is just short mindless fun.
I guess the enjoyment you can derive from this game could be comparable to the burning houses in the game. You can only take so much until you get put off of it.