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A Gummi Bear's Night Out

by Roger Carbol profile


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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful:
The escape of a gummi bear, February 21, 2014
by Simon Deimel (Germany)

For a speed IF this game is neatly done. The player directs a gummi bear trying to avoid being eaten alive. The actions are quite obvious and can hardly be called puzzles. The implementations are sparse and sometimes a verb that I considered to be the right one was not what the program was waiting for; but regarding the short time in which the game was written, perfection can not be expected.

All in all a cute story. This short amusement is recommendable for people who have some minutes of free time.

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