Continuing with the series of simple game titles today will be a new product of Voodoo called Fire Up. Fire Up is an endless brick-breaking game where you will have to fight to destroy the brick blocks to create your way forward. This is not the first time Voodoo has released games that have a simple and limited gameplay. Before that, we can mention Stack Jump, Dune, Rolly Vortex … the project of success beyond the expectation of the Voodoo when achieved the respect, that is constantly winning the TOP 1 position on the whole 2 App Store and Google Play charts.
Like all of Voodoo other games, Fire Up is an endless game, meaning you will play until the game is over. In the game, you will have to control a tank shot and you will be blocked by the blocks moving continuously from the top down. On these square blocks there are numbers printed, and to pass it, you will have to shoot the ball at it enough times on the block.
Before these blocks move to the bottom of the screen, you need to destroy them if you do not want to be crushed. You should quickly see the smallest squares to bombard, as the higher the number, the more time you spend and the greater the risk. The difficulty of the game increases with the number of blocks you pass, in addition to the speed of the game will increase and the number of the blocks will increase gradually. But do not worry too much, there will be support items along the way, which will increase your firing speed, and even create 3 beam effects.
You will not need to worry about shooting balls to blocks, just use one finger to move while the gun will automatically. Try to target the low numbers and find the blocks by color (for example, the green blocks are most likely to break) in the first level, while limiting moves at higher levels. Do not forget to collect support items along the way to increase your strength.
Overall, there is not much to say about Fire Up, it’s one of those simple, addictive and fun games. Minimal graphics with round and square cubes, I do not like the graphics, it seems that Voodoo is trying to make money out of their products, they ignore the care, simply Create lots of games and place lots of ads. Even so, for basic entertainment, Fire Up is not too bad.