A solid, enjoyable foundation – but structural niggles soon grate, keeping this bear from getting the honey it would otherwise deserve.
Bear Physics Review
by on January 11, 2013
These bears inexplicably have no limbs, and so they need your help (and gravity’s) to get to the stars at the bottom of your screen. You draw platforms, ramps and the like by drawing lines on the screen, then let the cute little critters drop/roll/bounce to their target.
It starts easily, but as you’re given a shorter line allowance to draw with and more bears – which must hit the star in numerical order – are introduced, it becomes a genuine challenge.
The main drawback is the structure: you have three lives with which to complete as many levels as possible. All gone? Back to the start with you. It’s a game that would benefit from unlockable levels rather than a high-score approach, as repeatedly replaying the early levels gets irksome fast.
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