Fire is a rapid chemical reaction of burning, which emanates a lot of heat, light, and byproducts of burning. It is caused by the chemical oxidation of objects in high temperatures. Each object and the chemical compound has a different burning temperature, which varies widely. Things ignite and burn in the range from 200° to around 5000° C. But there exist even hotter temperatures. For instance, during the nuclear fusion reactions in the stellar cores, the released heat can be over several million degrees Celsius, which heats up the surface of stars to several thousand degrees. You will be broadly exploring the fire properties in our online fire games played for free.
Any material can burn — it’s just a matter of the heat needed for its melting, ignition, or combustion. Examples of the easiest ignition are paper, hair, gasoline, clothes, hydrogen or propane gasses, and sulfur on the matches’ heads. Examples of the hardest to melt materials (before they start to burn) are mostly metals and their alloys, like Hafnium (it melts at 4032 °F), Thorium (3090 °F), Chromium (3407 °F), Molybdenum (4750 °F), and Tantalum (5425 °F). The winner is beryllium oxide, which boils and inflames at 7453 °F. You will be able to explore a lot of various burning materials in the online fire games for free and it’ll be safe for you since playing them on your device won’t make burns on your skin.
Another meaning of ‘fire’ is firing some missiles or bullets from weaponry. That is also quite diversely presented in the free fire games and you will be able to fire from warplanes, helicopters, guns, or cars (or from cannons in simple games where it is necessary to shoot balls to crack some structure).