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3D Bears

 

 

SCORE: 80

 

3D Bears 

 

3D Bears is one of the most unique apps I have played in some time. It is part game, and part video. We pick the momma bear, the daddy bear, or the baby bear. We then dress them, and start the red light green light game. This is where 3D Bears feels like a video. We watch the bear dance around. This lasts for around thirty seconds. We have three seconds to tap the bear when the red light starts to count down.

There are two outcomes in 3D Bears. We tap the bear in that three seconds and they get a trophy. We don't tap them in the right time, and they pout at our failure to tell them to stop. They stopped anyways so I did not understand why they were pouting. I have noticed two distinct reactions to 3D Bears. It is a love it or hate it kind of app.

3D Bears has a cute and adorable look to it. The bears are cuddly and they can do some amazing dance moves. By the way, you might want to tell your kids not to try some of the moves in this app. And adults might want to refrain from trying some as well. Unless you want an injury on your hands. Bear in mind I did warn you.

The music ranges from the three different bears. I really like the music for the baby. It is extremely upbeat, and energetic. 3D Bears is an app you might be able to use to help your children get those wiggles out. As long as they put the iPhone/iPod Touch or iPad down first. I would not want any of ya'll to test the durability of said devices if they take an unexpected flight.

The people that hate 3D Bears usually are expecting more. They told me things like: "is that it?" Or: "isn't there to do?" If you get tired of the songs, or tired of watching them dance, then 3D Bears can be shelved pretty quickly. The plus side is 3D Bears is pretty easy to get into. A few of the kids had trouble figuring out they had to tap the bear in that three second window. They kept losing with no idea what they were doing wrong. This led to frustration for them. So you might have to help your child with that.

3D Bears is fresh, fun, and different. I hope there is more songs, backgrounds, and dances added to 3D Bears in the future. There are enough different outfits to play around with. Each of the bears has a different style, flavor, and dance routines. So maybe some new bears will be added going forward as well. I see definite potential in 3D Bears.
- Yolanda

 

Graphics: 84%
Sound: 86%
Replay/Extras: 77%
Gameplay: 64%
Family Friendly Factor: 87%
System: iPhone/iPod Touch
Publisher: Stormcellar
R
ating:  ‘4+' - 4+

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