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Fuego! Fuego is an online Mexican standoff game between two opposing players and their teams of gun toting animal-banditos. The game starts in the standoff where players position and orient their banditos one at a time, in double blind turns. During the standoff players are trying to unravel the impending shootout while identifying strategic linchpins and outsmarting their opponent.

After all the banditos have been placed, the shootout ensues and the players watch the consequences of their actions. You shoot a bank, you get the gold. You shoot a bandito, you steal the gold. Just make sure that when the dust settles, your gang walks away with the bigger haul. Even if that means losing a few friends along the way.Game ModesOnline Multiplayer
  • Play against random opponents or arrange matches with friends
  • Collect new animal banditos and accumulate gold
Single Player / Offline
  • Single Player Puzzle Mode - Solve 60 Mexican standoff puzzles
  • AI - Practice your skills against an AI opponent
Press / Awards
  • "Indie Game Showcase" - Boston Festival of Indie Games, 9 September, 2015
  • "Indie Prize Showcase" - Casual Connect, 11 August, 2015
  • "PAXEast2015 Indie MEGABOOTH Showcase" - Indiecade, 6 March, 2015
  • "Best of IXC Game Tasting" - Indiecade, 9 October, 2014
  • "Quick and elegant fun." - Alice O'Connor, Rock Paper Shotgun
  • "Just a super addicting game. We could play that for hours... So much fun." - Boston Bastard Brigade
  • "You've got to check it out... Awesome and addictive." - Alex Cabral, Random Assault Podcast

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System requirements for Linux

  • OS: Linux Ubuntu 12.04 or later
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 512 MB available space

System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows XP or newer
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 512 MB
  • Network: Broadband Internet connection
  • Storage: 512 MB available space
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Friendliest Fire
Have a bandito's bullet hit themself
The Dead, The Dying
Complete chapter 3
Shoot an enemy with a twice-ricocheted bullet (Online or AI modes)
Complete chapter 2
Those Who Remained
Complete chapter 1
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Fuego! reviews and comments

Translated by
Microsoft from Deutsch
"Fuego!" Is a Mexican comic style puzzle. The Playing Surface of each Level is as large as the Screen. Several Bank buildings are (usually) distributed on the Umbrella. We need to place Sombreros, among which several Gangsters can be found. That is, from a Sombrero, a Gun can protrude or two or three or even four. The Angle between the Soots is fixed, we can only Rotate all the Rods at the same time. After the Placement Phase comes the automatically ongoing Action Phase. If we meet all The banks get All this gold, the Level is won. The Game is Complicated by some Variations of this Basic Principle. Most of the Time we are not alone, but an enemy gait also places their Shooters. For the Action Phase, the fewer Shooters under a Sombrero, the sooner the Shot is performed. In this way, we can also get to Gold via Detours. If the entering Opponent Shoots about a Bench, the Gold is at first his. If we then target the enemy Bandits with a Double Shooter, it will not be executed until after the Action of the opposing Individual Shooter. As a result, we reeled the Opponent and get to the Gold He previously gained through the Bank building. There are also other Special Features. Buildings, for example, from which a Shot bounces according to the Principle of Incident-equals angle of Failure. Or Chickens. We are not allowed to (mostly) fall around, we only shoot narrowly past them, frightening them and laying them a profitable Egg. Most Levels are not too heavy, but it is still Fun to look for the Solution. In addition to the Individual Game Levels, you can also try the Game in Multiplayer. The Mechanics work clean, unproblematic and direct. Technically, we are on the back Of a footed. But what makes the Game so sympathetic is the always slightly ironic Comic Style, which is also found in the Sounds and the Music. This is already very stylish and skillful. Rating: 8/10 Atmosphere 7/10 Story 8/10 Graphic 8/10 Sound 8/10 Game Mechanics 8/10 Balancing 8/10 Game Pass Conclusion: Viva la Mexico. 8/10 Overall Rating
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Microsoft from French
Initially skeptical, I finally let myself take the game to fall on a nice little surprise!! The principle is simple: you must (in most cases) Rob a Bank (s). These are placed on a fixed décor. You must then set up your "Banditos" which all have an animal appearance and a different number of weapons (the bear has one, the Coyote has two, the racoons three...). By placing them, you can see in what sense the weapons will shoot (the game is in view from above) and therefore in what sense the bullets will leave. When you are ready, fire!! The goal: to shoot all the banks in order to rob them and move on to the next level. Only here, the more you progress and the more complexity and challenge the game gets. Chickens appear and their bodies are bulks against the bullets, forcing them to lay down our bandits differently and set up a certain tactic. Other enemy bandits also arrive later in the game, which makes the latter even harder because they have to be slaughtered, in addition to robbing the banks!! I liked this game for the tactical side it offers and the feeling of satisfaction it provides to each successful mission so some are retorses!!! The Western atmosphere is really there and the fact of playing animals rather than humans is a good idea!! In addition, the content is quite complete: 60 solo missions, which get very fast, an AI mode where we play against bots to take turns of our bandits in order to see which will rob the most banks, and an online mode that takes the same principle as the mode I A but against real players. Only here, the game is unfortunately not popular enough and the servers are quite empty. I also find it too bad that the solo mode has only one and the same music that not only runs in a loop, but in addition lasts only a handful of seconds... So much so that it ends up becoming stubborn and very unpleasant... This does not prevent Fuego from being a good surprise, so if you like to think with a Western vibe, this game is for you, I recommend it, I'm not disappointed!!!
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