Fire: Ungh’s Quest

FIRE is a puzzleventure with intuitive puzzle design. Without losing many words it tells a savagely hilarious story. Journey into the Stone Age and face the most challenging task of this era: The search for fire!
This story's hero is the lovably chaotic Neanderthal Ungh who dozes off during his very first night watch. The next morning, the catastrophe ensues: the fire's gone out and Ungh is banished from his village. Now you have to help Ungh finding a new flame, searching every corner of the Stone Age world. No matter if he has to search the insides of a dinosaur, smoldering volcanoes or even through time itself, there is no place Ungh wouldn't look for new fire.
One click or swipe and your environment comes to life. A small dash of logic and you'll be able to solve any puzzle and there will be no limit to your exploratory spirit while interacting with the game's world: fire coconuts from a mammoth's trunk, turn into an animal or save the fair maiden from the Octo-Boss' grasp.

  • No text or dialogue at all
  • Coherent and intuitive controls
  • Explore a lovable, vividly animated Stone Age world
  • 10 beautifully hand-drawn sceneries
  • Atmospheric soundtrack by the composer of "The Night of the Rabbit" included with every purchase

„It’s [...] an intriguing evolution of the genre”

„After the presentation I would have loved to start right away.“
Minimum Requirements
OS: Windows Vista/7
Processor: 2,7 GHz Dual Core
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: nVidia GeForce 9600, Radeon HD 6570
DirectX: Version 9.0c
Storage: 5500 MB available space
Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c Compatible Sound Card with Latest Drivers
Additional Notes: Using the Minimum Configuration, we strongly recommend to use minimal settings in order to not experience low frame rates.
Minimum Requirements
OS: 10.7
Processor: 3.06 GHz Intel "Core i3" I3-540 (Clarkdale)
Memory: 4 GB RAM
Graphics: ATI Radeon HD 4670
Storage: 5500 MB available space
Sound Card: 16Bit
Minimum Requirements
OS: Ubuntu 12.04 and 14.04
Processor: 2,7 GHz Dual Core
Memory: 2 GB RAM
Graphics: nVidia GeForce 9600, Radeon HD 6570
Storage: 5500 MB available space
Sound Card: 16Bit
  • It might be short, but it also is very entertaining.

  • While some of the early levels get a bit repetitive, it’s largely to get players accustomed to the game’s world and rules before building into more difficult territory.

  • Serious adventure game fans will probably be disappointed with the shallow puzzle design and the game’s short length, but someone looking for a light-hearted romp through a wacky prehistory will find something to like in Fire.

  • A pleasant, witty, easy and very short game. That's what this "puzzleventure" from Daedalic Entertainment is. It will give you a very nice time playing it, but will end fairly quickly.

  • An enjoyably wacky romp through the Stone Age that is in dire need of more levels, more elaborate puzzles and most importantly a decent story. Or any story at all.

  • We enjoyed pretty much everything about this game, but it's very easy and short, so it feels like a cheaper, mobile experience. Still, if you're aware of its flaws, it won't disappoint you.

  • LEVEL (Czech Republic)

    Due to its lower difficulty this adventure piece is suitable for casual gamers. During the game you come across a variety of pleasant puzzles and interesting ideas but they are recycled too much in the second half unfortunately. [Issue#252]

  • Fun but easy and short point'n' click adventure. Fire tries to entertain to every member of the family, but forgets the challenge on doing it.

  • CD-Action

    Fun and creative game that would work better on tablets. [06/2015, p.62]

  • Funny and light-hearted, Fire is a beautiful point and click adventure game with some interesting ideas and some inspired puzzles. Nevertheless the game is too short and easy to be compelling for the veterans of the genre.

  • The constant barrage of random occurrences and the playful ridiculousness that comes as a result is Fire’s best element. Just don’t expect the invention of the wheel.

  • Cheerful and colorful production, made rather for tablet owners than fans of hardcore adventure and logic games on PC.

  • Fire fits perfectly into Daedalic’s stable of fantastical worlds inhabited by colorful protagonists, but as a fairly casual puzzler it likely won’t entice the hardboiled adventurer with its extreme linearity and low challenge.

  • It’s not fire, but just a spark. It’s funny and clever at times, but this collection of absurdist sketches is just as close to a good adventure game as a cave painting of an antelope — to an actual animal.

  • Fire is a sweet, innocent adventure with a very kid-friendly style, and it hurts me to kick it in the teeth. But I will. Behind those innocent looks lies a very basic adventure, with no story, no dialogue, no characters, no personality, and no satisfaction.

Fire: Ungh’s Quest
$9.99 $2.50
Title: Fire: Ungh’s Quest
Genre: Adventure, Casual, Indie
Released: 9 April 2015
Developer: Daedalic Entertainment
Publisher: Daedalic Entertainment
  • Single-player
  • Steam Achievements
  • Steam Cloud
  • Steam Trading Cards
UI Audio Subs
Spanish - Spain
Simplified Chinese
Portuguese - Portugal
Portuguese - Brazil
Traditional Chinese
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