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Fire Attack is a title in the Game & Watch series, which was released on March 26, 1982. A display of this title can be unlocked in Game & Watch Gallery, but it's also a playable title in Game & Watch Gallery 4.
Unlike the Game & Watch title, Fire, Fire Attack involves a cowboy who is trying to stop invading Native Americans from burning down his base. As the game progresses, he'll have to be a lot more cautious as more Native Americans will be attacking. If an Native American manages to set the base on fire, the player will get a miss. Three misses, and it's Game Over. In the Game & Watch Gallery 4 version, the Native Americans have had their head feathers removed to make them appear as bandits instead.
The Modern mode version of Fire Attack involves Wario, who is trying to protect a statue of himself from a bunch of Bob-ombs and Bullet Bills. During his defense however, Wario has to be careful not to hit any chickens or apples, as they award him bonus points. The player is not penalized for hitting a chicken or apple, but the player does get a miss if a Bob-omb or Bullet Bill manages to destroy parts of Wario's statue. It's Game Over if Wario's statue gets destroyed. However, Wario can remove one miss when he gets 200, 500, or 700 points.
If the player selects the game yet waits several moments to start, a humorous scene is shown where Wario is using a hoe to till the ground as his hen is walking around near a Tomato field. However, while Wario is taking a break to wipe off sweat, he is oblivious to a bob-omb rolling up behind him, and is sent flying by the explosion (with the hen noticing the bob-omb at the last minute and proceeding to flee before it exploded).