(Also check out our GFAOTD #2 here)
This is HOT! HOT! HOT! Literally. Released just two days ago, the brand new LEGO app is their best release yet!
There's no health and safety risk of stepping on dangerous little pieces while fighting fires in this app. It's just plain good fun with a few challenges thrown in that any child (young or old) would enjoy.
Thanks to Free Apps For Kids for letting us know about this app as soon as it was released.
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There’s a fire in LEGO City! Help the fireman and his trusty firedog put out the fires across LEGO City by climbing the fire truck ladder and using the fire hose. Use the fire hose to put out all of the fires in every level. Some fires will be harder to reach than others!
Fires over a larger area will need you to control the helicopter! The biggest fires will need you to take charge of the Fire Truck! You will need to raise the ladder up and down and aim the hose.
Aim water into pipes to extinguish fires in difficult places
Activate switches to start machines or open doors
Fill up barrels and buckets to tip seesaws or press switches
Push Crates with the water to press switches or reveal gaps to shoot down
Aim the water into water wheels to raise doors or pull things upwards
Fill up rooms to overflow into difficult to reach places
Aim the water at boarded up windows to blast through
How to play
Use your finger to control the angle/position of the hose and aim the
water to extinguish all of the fires in the level as fast as you can
- 20 levels that increase in difficulty
- High Scores
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Lisa M swore she would never buy her kids LEGO because she hates nick-nacky small pieces of anything. She forgot to tell her father this and now she routinely picks up 2700 pieces off a 3x2m shag pile rug every single day that her son has thrown around. "It's a sensory thing" his OT says. Like that justifies it.