I love this game, it's absurdly relaxing and fun to explore. It's pretty much a fireplace. Well worth the money. What engine did you make this in?
A downloadable game for Windows and macOS
Pixel Fireplace is a cozy, type-controlled simulation. Throw fresh logs onto the fire and watch them burn down to ash in real time (about 15 min each). Discover more interactive commands like marshmallow, smore, hotdog, firecracker, newspaper, red, purple, or just sit back and enjoy.
P.S. Sometimes I update Pixel Fireplace with more commands. Send me tips of some you would like to see. If they'd be a good fit I might add them in a future update.
And if you have photos of Pixel Fireplace, send them to me on Twitter or email!
Pixel Fireplace Credits
Pre-v1.0 original Fireplace by Ted Martens © 2010-2011
v1.0-1.2 by Hex-Ray Studios - Ken Kopecky & Ted Martens © 2012-2015
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|Published||82 days ago|
|Release date||6 years ago|
|Tags||8-bit, chill, christmas, Cozy, fire, holidays, Pixel Art, Relaxing, winter, yule-log|
|License||All rights reserved|
|Asset license||All rights reserved|
|Average duration||About an hour|
In order to download this game you must purchase it at or above the minimum price of $2.99 USD. You will get access to the following files:
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Thank you! :D I made the original prototype in Game Maker, but this current version was programmed in C++ by my friend Ken Kopecky. Right now, I'm rebuilding it in Game Maker Studio myself so I can add more to it.
I really like this but I think I somewhat preferred the April Fool's Hexel Fireplace version you did in 2013. There's no sign of it anywhere on the net and that makes me kinda sad since it would be great to use once again. Are there any plans to redistribute it? I'd really hate for it to go lost!
Hey, cool that you remember that verison :) Since it was an April Fool's joke it's very rough around the edges, but I should be able to find it. Email me at tedmartens [at] gmail [dot] com
pixel fire ftw
love it and have bought it! :)
I missed to activate it on the free weekend, but I always want to support people who do great work! soo.. I just bought it with a little extra on top. You're cool man, keep it up!
Hey Tocirah. Thanks a ton and for the kind words, too! I appreciate it, and it's motivating to make more things.
I got this over the weekend as well and either missed or didn't get my key! It's a lovely game, btw. Love how it works
I can't seem to get to the downloads page. I got the game over the free weekend, and it's absolutely phenomenal! I just wish I could get the full experience. If I could have some way of contacting you so I could get it sorted out, that'd be amazing. Love the game!
Whoops, forgot to get my key. Oh well, it's worth paying for. Love this, Ted
I've already emailed Ted to get my key. C:
Hi Tievela96, just checking to make sure I sent you your key? Did you get an email from me?
why is this a 3 dollar game?
What do you mean by that? It's free anyway
What do I mean by that?
well you are watching a pixelated fire while watching wood burn.
does that sound 3 dollar to you?
Hi wolfy entertainment, sorry you feel that way :\ but I understand and your opinion is valid too, of course! It's a niche game/simulation/toy/thing that appeals to some people and not others. It does have many interactive commands (marshmallow, fireworks, newspaper, 25 colors, +more) and I'm adding more stuff to it, by the way. Do you have any suggestions for new features or commands that would make it more appealing to you?
I have the fireplace but it is asking for key what to do?
You need to e-mail the Dev because Itch.io isn't automatically giving out keys. There are instructions on the download page.
Hi Tamal, I emailed you with your key.
a lovely little game for passing the time. this game caught me by surprise. i thought it'd be a little gimmick and i'd get bored with it in 5 minutes, i was wrong. it helped me relax through from the night to the morning, making my normally constantly high bpm go down to a soothing low. for a person with autism i find this game less of a game, and more of a tool to calm me down. it's helped me deal with stress and anxiety, get stuff done and make me really chilled out. considering it's free i'd recommend this to anyone with a mental disorder similar to mine, or if you're just wanting to feel relaxed.
Do you know how to activate it?
Yep! You need to email the dev. His email and instructions are on the download page.
Thanks for your comment, JackB. It's nice to hear it was pleasant for you and helped. If you think of any new interactive commands to add let me know. If they are a good fit, they might get added in an update.