Burn it All – Journey to the Sun is a puzzle game released by Bulkypix.
The game put you into control of three flames in the molten depths of the earth who wish to Journey to their daddy the Sun.
The basics of the game is to burn various items that appear on the screen as fast as possible to obtain the maximum number of diamonds for completing the level.
The game currently has four worlds with 25 levels on each, so at the moment one hundred levels in all.
Each puzzle gives you a flame (maybe more) to complete the level with:
- Red flame – burns the end of one rope and goes out.
- Blue flame – burns anything, then goes out.
- Green flame – burns anything, and burns for several ignites.
In the levels you need to burn things against the clock, rocks and the ropes will block your movement through the screen. Water droplets can put out your flames. Gas pockets explode as your flame hits the gas, putting out your flame, but may burn wood or rope beyond a rock blockage.
The game is controlled by dragging the flames into an area you wish to burn.
The graphics and sound are both very good, with the flames managing to be cute.
On the upside:
- Fun and addictive gameplay
- Some interesting puzzles.
- The timewarps on world three really adds a new dimension to the gameplay.
On the downside:
- If you move your finger too quickly the flame does not follow effectively.
- The default gaming service is Flurry and not Game Center?
- The occassional – Write a review or the kittens get it, is not helpful. (I know they are trying to be funny.)
Overall, I really enjoyed this game, it adds something new almost every level that you have to adjust for. This really makes the game interesting, fun and addictive. There are a few minor issues with the game, but on the whole it is massively enjoyable. I played it non-stop for the first hour and managed to get through almost three of the worlds so longevity it questionable, but with the promise of new levels coming then we should be OK.
Size: 57.1 MB
Price (at time of review): £0.59