TSA writes: With decades of video games behind us, it’s safe to say there are very few truly original games being released. This isn’t necessarily a bad thing as further iterations on familiar mechanics and ideas allow for improvements and finessing. Some games try to hide their influences through the smoke and mirrors of aesthetics or shiny new engines, while others just wear their origins on their sleeves. Blue Fire is very much in the latter camp, looking like a fusion of classic Zelda and twitch 3D platforming. I can confirm that what you see is what you get, but there is a whole lot more to Blue Fire too.