Simulator Fire

Simulator Fire

Have you ever wanted to simulate fire? If yes, then you will have the opportunity to do so by using the Simulator Fire application for Android.

Simulator Fire is a simple app that is just several megabytes in size and this fact explains its simplicity. The main goal of Simulator Fire is to simulate fire as its name suggests and it does so by sound. You can choose among several fire variations that include wood fire, a safety match, fire coming from natural gas, etc. When one of these modes is selected you can press the green button that sits on top and then you can listen to the sound that the application will produce.

There’s no other use for Simulator Fire but it may as well fool a friend of yours or your family if you like to play jokes. The app is free and can be seen here on Google Play.

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