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Submitted by rajeanak25 791d ago | news

Indie Intermission - 'Fire Nano' Only You Can Save The Forest

"Like with anything in life sometimes the simplest ideas are the best and Fire Nano by Deconstructeam I feel highlights this greatly. Fire Nano is an infinite runner which only has one input command, the jump but this said the game is actually rather tactical.
Fire Nano has you trawling through a forest fire trying to save as many animals as you possible can by catching them before they run into fires or fall down holes. You may wonder how you can move to the animals on screen, but this has been taken care of by the double jump ability that speeds your momentum up greatly and thus allows you to catch these pesky critters." - Alex Wilkinson (Fire Nano, Indie, PC)

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