Posted on 05 March 21 at 03:14, Edited on 05 March 21 at 12:15 by CjhCarter vLI’m just going to write this up since there is no information about the game anywhere, and the game itself does not really explain much unfortunately. So basically, your goal is to extinguish as much enemies and fire as possible. The “ending” you get depends on how well you do that in the (five) different areas of the game. During your playthrough, you can tell how well you are doing by looking the heart (representing your health) on the top left of your screen. It should also be noted that if you die, there will be a slight penalty and some flames will be permanently added to the heart for that area. If there is the maximum amount of fire surrounding it after completing an area, that means you are on pace to obtain the bad ending. The Secret Achievement achievement in Firework worth 87 pointsContinue playing to unlock this secret achievementYou can tell if you have either “failed” or “succeeded” an area after seeing the following text:- Entertain- Keep them safe- Keep them happyIf the text starts to disappear and "burn," that means you have failed the previous area. If the text remains white and nothing happens, that means you have succeeded the previous area.However, you can only get the bad ending if you let the heart get surrounded by the maximum amount of fire in the majority of the stages/areas. So for instance, if you fail only two of the areas but successfully keep the flames to a small amount for the other three (there might even be more leeway than that) – the game will branch out and you will be on pace to receive either one of the two “good” endings for the game:The Secret Achievement achievement in Firework worth 87 pointsContinue playing to unlock this secret achievementThe Secret Achievement achievement in Firework worth 61 pointsContinue playing to unlock this secret achievementSo yes, that means multiple playthroughs are required if someone is to go for the completion. There are a couple of achievements that can only be obtained after you have collected all twelve lost stars/spheres and have obtained at least one of the good endings, which I have explained briefly in the solutions for each achievement:The Pyrotechnic Ending achievement in Firework worth 260 pointsComplete the game in its hardest loopThe Secret Achievement achievement in Firework worth 87 pointsContinue playing to unlock this secret achievementThe boss fight achievements are probably the hardest ones in the game, per se. You have to successfully kill each boss without taking damage – if you happen to get hit and move on, you unfortunately have to play through the game again to have another attempt at the boss (which means all of these achievements are technically missable). You can, however, get killed intentionally if you get hit and be able to “retry” the boss. I would recommend going for these achievements after you have collected all of the bosses’ weapons and all of the stars/spheres because you get advanced upgrades (such as extra dashes and increased damage) which make the fights much easier (albeit still relatively difficult).I plan on making a video showing where all twelve of the collectibles are (and probably add on to this post), but in the meantime hopefully this is sufficient for someone who was confused about the game or was interested due to the lack of tracked gamers that have started this on the site. If anyone has a question, feel free to ask!