Fireboy and Watergirl
Fans were eager to point out the parallels despite the fact that the genders had been switched. 2009 was the year that saw the release of many cooperative puzzle platformers, the first of which being Fireboy and Watergirl. It was a Flash game from the good old days, and you could play it on Coolmath Games. And if I’m being really honest, when I look at the visuals on Elemental, I get the impression that I’ve gone back in time.
The first game in the Fireboy and Watergirl series, Forest Temple, has the feel of an old-school Flash game. Fireboy is able to go through and activate only things that are red in hue. On the other hand, the situation is completely reversed for Watergirl. She has the ability to go across blue spaces and activate blue-colored objects. Even Coolmath Games said something in a tweet that they sent.