Firegirl: Hack 'n Splash Rescue DX Image
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  • Summary: Assume the role of a young rescue officer starting her career. Armed with a trusty axe and high-pressure fire hose that also acts like a jetpack, Firegirl responds to emergency calls across the city. Can Firegirl save all the trapped civilians caught in each blaze?
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  1. Jul 18, 2022
    71
    Priced at just over $20 CAD, there’s certainly some value here, and although it is fun especially once you start purchasing all of the upgrades, it does get quite repetitive, even with the procedurally generated levels. Firegirl: Hack 'n Splash Rescue DX might not set the world on fire but it is an adorable take on firefighting.
  2. Jun 27, 2022
    70
    Once the water gets flowing and there is a steady stream of unlocks as you douse building after building, Firegirl: Hack ‘n Splash Rescue DX starts to catch fire
  3. Jun 29, 2022
    55
    Firegirl: Hack 'n Splash Rescue DX is kindling; easily combustible and not much else. A platformer that makes platforming impossible at times. It also wants to borrow from roguelikes and Metroidvanias, but ends up taking all the wrong elements from them. Firegirl feels repetitive well before it should, including a camera that frustrates and leads to cheap deaths. The art of Firegirl is excellent. The 2D-HD made me feel like I was sitting in the living room of my parents house and I was nine years old again. But that’s nothing more than smoke and mirrors.