Fired Up

Fired Up

By Noodlecake Studios Inc

  • Category: Games
  • Release Date: 2016-09-15
  • Current Version: 1.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 9+
  • File Size: 72.86 MB
  • Developer: Noodlecake Studios Inc
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 7.0 or later.
Score: 3
From 64 Ratings


FIRE! Extinguish fires and save as many people as you can in this thrilling arcade game from the team that brought you MMM Fingers and Super Stickman Golf 3! Features: - Fun One Touch Controls - Frantic Arcade Action - Leaderboards and Achievements



  • This reminds me of Fix It Felix Jr.

    By superaaron9871
    Yea title says it all :D
  • There's awful games, then there's Fired Up

    By Jumpin_J
    You have no control moving left or right. The flames are way too close together so you get fried after 10 floors, and the advertisements are relentless. A game strictly for masochistic gamers only. Deleted it after 10 minutes.
  • Too Many Ads

    By redsonya1976
    Ridiculous amount of ads that stop gameplay.
  • Eh... Not the best

    By Brezo11
    The game isn't horrible but it is impossible to progress in. I can't get passed 50 points and even those are hard won. No way to control the hose except bouncing off walls and no clear path through the fires.
  • Decent, boring, no fun, and hard

    By Soph.Sing.12
    Nothing more to be said👎
  • Fired down

    By Johnny boy jr
    The physics are terrible. 'Nuff said.
  • Not fun and difficult to control

    By Nicole Alysse
    There was no sense in how to control the firehose it was completely random. I played the game 5 times before deleting it
  • Simple but fun

    By CX4 Elite
    The concept is simple but it's challenging. I Iike the theme and idea of your "mission." Worth the download and worth keeping, contrary to "short timer" reviews.
  • This game is trash

    By srfr4life
    This game is very boring and it is pointless 😓
  • Decent game completely hampered by obtrusive ads

    By One Bright Light
    So the game itself is pretty fun. The game’s controls take some getting used to, since it’s not immediately clear this is more akin to Flappy Bird mechanics than anything else. The problem is the ads. The occasional video or slide ad I can deal with, but the game actually directs you without warning to the App Store to download a new game or app. This has to be against App Store guidelines, so I’ve contacted Apple about it, though I’m unsure I’ll hear anything back. It’s a shame, because I’d gladly spend $2 or so to remove the ads, but it’s clear the publisher isn’t interested in anything other than ad revenue for this game.