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Winner of the 2009 I Got Game Contest! Flame Puppy loves people, but makes firey messes. He needs gas in his stomach or else he can't defend himself. You will have to grab bones and frisbees for more gassy power. Help him through a life of setting the stuffs on the fires. Try to get as many puppy points as possible as they help him grow bigger and gives him access to more fun flame powers. You will earn points by burning your enemies. Have Fun!
Do you like to play with dogs, and do you also enjoy to play an animal flash game online? If you are in the same mood as us today, then you probably would have a lot of fun if you play our free Flame Puppy flash game online.
L/R arrow keys to move; Up arrow to jump; Down arrow to poop; Tap spacebar for fireballs; Hold spacebar for cone of fire.
There are many common dog fears and phobias, such as Thunder, Fireworks, Vetrinarians, Strangers, and Vacuum Cleaners. But are puppy dogs afraid of flames and fire? Most dogs don't really care, while a few gets scared and then often when they see the flame while you light the fire. The reason for this might have been that they have at some point have gotten burnt by it, and that is what is causing the fear. Dogs have been around people for hundreds of years, and during that time they have got used to it. So, in general dogs are not afraid of fire, but there are few exception and those are mostly dogs that have had a bad experience with fire in the past.
According to WikiPedia a flame is the visible, gaseous part of a fire. A flame is caused by a highly exothermic reaction taking place in a thin zone. What happens is that fuel molecules vaporize to a state where they can readily react with oxygen in the air. This gives off enough heat in the subsequent exothermic reaction to vaporize yet more fuel, thus sustaining a consistent flame. The chemical kinetics occurring in the flame are very complex and involves typically a large number of chemical reactions and intermediate species, most of them radicals.