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In this Live Stream, Ready Set Indie Games plays Fire: Ungh's Quest on Nintendo Switch.
Fire: Ungh's Quest is a puzzle action game.
In Fire: Ungh's Quest you play as Ungh who has been kicked out of the village for putting out the fire in the village. There is no dialogue so I am assuming he has been kicked and has to go find a way to make fire. On his way out of the village, he eats an
apple, and now this can be seen as one bad trip or maybe his mind is being open up to the vast knowledge of the world, again that's left up to interpretation. He then is sent out on a quest to rescue the fireflies from the tree.
The game's art style is interesting. It has a cartoon vibe to it, and I enjoyed the cartoon style as it reminded me a lot of those point and clicks games from the 90's. One of the things I will admit that I didn't really like the controllers for the
game, at least when you play with the Switch Hooked to the TV. It has you hold the Joy-Con of your preference in your hand and use it like a pointer, the issue with that for me is after a while my hand and arm got tired and sometimes the controller will do
its own thing but I realize that was because the way my switch was sitting so the Joy-Con couldn't get a connection to it. I really wish you could have played this with a Pro Controller or with the 8Bitdo controller I had, I felt like it would have made a
big difference. Again, that is just my opinion.
Other than the control bit, I really did enjoy the puzzles in the game and enjoyed solving them. It was definitely a different approach to puzzle and point and click
games that I've played in the past and I do recommend it if you are a puzzle game enthusiast.
If you would like to play Fire: Ungh's Quest for yourself, you can do so on the following platform(s):
$13.49 USD As of 5/26/2021
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