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Platform: Game & Watch
Release dates
N. America: N/A
Japan: 1980
Europe: N/A
Australia: N/A
S. Korea: N/A

Fire is a game in the Game & Watch series.



The player controls two firefighters using the left and right buttons. The firefighters have to keep the falling civilians from hitting the ground. In the original Silver version of Fire, points were awarded after a civillian has reached the ambulance. In the Widescreen version, points were awarded every time a civillian was bounced. Failing to catch them results in a Miss. The civilians will bounce three times before reaching the ambulance. As most Game & Watch games, three misses result in a Game Over.

In the modern version in Game & Watch Gallery the speeds of falling characters differ from one another. Toads have the slowest rising and falling speed, baby Yoshis have a faster rate of rising and falling and Donkey Kong Jr.'s have the fastest. The Star has a even faster speed then Donkey Kong Jr., but gives additional points for catching it. The modern version also has another hazard: the bob-omb. If it reaches the carriage, it counts as a miss.

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Gold Series Manhole • Helmet • Lion
Wide Screen Series Parachute • Octopus • Popeye • Chef • Mickey Mouse • Egg • Turtle Bridge • Fire Attack • Snoopy Tennis
Multi-Screen Series Oil Panic • Donkey Kong • Mickey and Donald • Greenhouse • Donkey Kong II • Mario Bros. • Rain Shower • Lifeboat • Pinball • Blackjack • Squish • Bomb Sweeper • Safebuster • Gold Cliff • Zelda
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Tabletop Series Donkey Kong Jr. • Mario's Cement Factory • Snoopy • Popeye
Panorama Series Snoopy • Popeye • Donkey Kong Jr. • Mario's Bombs Away • Mickey Mouse • Donkey Kong Circus
Super Color Series Spitball Sparky • Crab Grab
Micro Vs. Series Boxing • Donkey Kong 3 • Donkey Kong Hockey
Crystal Screen Series Super Mario Bros. • Climber • Balloon Fight
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Collections Game & Watch Collection • 2
Modern Super Mario Bros. • The Legend of Zelda
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