Alas poor Zina – we barely knew ye.
As if life wasn’t already tough enough as a ready-lit firecracker, our ham-fisted attempts to grab the green glasses and then run across the red bridge meant you falling to an early demise, fuse still sputtering and that water so tantalisingly close.
It’s Full of Sparks should be really simple; get your firecracker to the water before your fuse burns away. But that’s before you factor in props such as tinted spectacles. These glasses make objects and bridges of the same hue disappear, leaving you frantically trying to decide how to get your charismatic little firework to liquid salvation.
If the pressure of completing a level isn’t enough, you have a limited number of firecrackers to get through the various worlds. The horror…
Apparently, knights in medieval times didn’t name their horses because it would make losing them in battle all the harder to bear. It’s Full of Sparks does not grant you this tiny mercy – each firecracker has its own unique look and name. We guarantee that you’ll feel increasingly guilty as each of your firecracker’s short lives peters out, one by one.
It’s true, a firecracker’s life isn’t easy, but if you can just master that tricky level at least it will be (slightly) longer.