Playing with Fire 2

Enter the Playing with Fire 2 game for thrilling bomb battles! Can you outsmart opponents in this maze-like challenge and be the last one standing?

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About Playing with Fire 2 Game

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    Any Browser
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    675 x 500
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Playing With Fire 2 is a fast-paced game, similar to Bomberman, where your goal is to defeat opponents by using bombs. It's like a digital version of hide-and-seek mixed with tag, but with a twist – you use bombs to tag out your opponents. The game is set in a series of maze-like levels, each presenting a unique challenge.

Your job is to eliminate your opponents before they eliminate you. To do this, you'll need to strategically place bombs to trap and catch them. The game not only tests your ability to move quickly but also challenges you to think about where and when to place your bombs.

How to Play

Whether you want to play alone or with a friend, the controls are easy to learn:

Player 1
- Arrow Keys: Move around
- [;]: Drop bomb

Player 2
- [W/A/S/D]: Move around
- []: Drop bomb

Your main goal is to outsmart and outmaneuver your opponents. Each player starts with three lives. You need to use bombs to eliminate your opponents, so you must do this three times per opponent to win a round. The game is set on a timer, giving you 3 minutes to achieve your objective. 

When you start a game, you can choose to play against the computer or with a friend in a two-player mode. You also have the option to select the number of opponents you want to face, ranging from one to three. Taking on more opponents can be challenging, but it also means more points if you win.

The game's scoring system is unique. If you win a round, you get points based on the time left on the clock. The formula is simple: the number of seconds remaining is multiplied by 250 and then again by the number of opponents in that round. But be careful: if you lose, you lose the same amount of points.

List of Power-Ups

Here's a list of the different power-ups you can use:

Bomb Power-Up: You start the game with one bomb, and you're able to drop only one bomb at a time. Each time you pick up a Bomb Power-Up, you can drop one more bomb, up to a maximum of 9 bombs at once. More bombs mean more chances to catch your opponents!

Fast Hands: This power-up lets you throw your bombs at opponents. It's a great way to surprise them from a distance.

Golden Trainers: With these, you'll run faster. Speed is key in the game, and these trainers help you escape or chase down opponents more quickly.

Golden Power Kick: This allows you to kick your bombs into position. It's useful for strategically placing bombs without having to be right next to where you want them to explode.

Lightning: This increases the power of your bombs. The explosion range of your bombs will increase up to a maximum of 8 squares in any direction. A larger blast range means you can cover more area and potentially catch more opponents.

What else you should know

Remember, the key to success is to pace your bombs wisely to create paths and trap your opponents. Cornering your enemies and predicting their moves can lead to a swift victory. Be tactical, and don't forget to keep an eye on the clock!

Now, are you ready to see how good you are at outsmarting your opponents? So, grab a friend, choose your opponent, and get ready for some explosive action. Let's see how well you do in these exciting bomb battles!