This game from March of 1992 was my kiddo’s first favorite video game. It’s nice and easy and lets her play around without dying and starting over. That damn first Goomba in Mario turned her off of that property for a while.
“In Fisher-Price: Firehouse Rescue, the player controls a fireman driving a firetruck. Both the fireman and the firetruck bear the familiar style of the popular Fisher-Price toy line. The object of the game is to rescue pets from trees and people from houses in the immediate neighborhood. There are 2 parts to this task: the first part involves navigating the maze-like streets from an overhead perspective in order to find the troubled residence. Once the house is reached, the second part of the job is to maneuver the fire truck’s ladder underneath the person or animal in need of rescue, from a side perspective, and letting them down to safety.
While the first level confines the entire neighborhood to a one-screen maze, later levels span multiple screens, thereby increasing the challenge. Further, later levels also add time limits and additional keys that the player must collect before attempting the rescue mission.”
Pick up your own copy here and don’t forget to check “Sold Items” before hitting up an auction.