Bears vs. Art

Bears vs. Art

Bears vs. Art is another game that will offer you unique gameplay and a catchy story. It all begins with a bear that lives happily in a forest until some people come and ruin everything to build an art museum. So the bear wants the forest back and to achieve this it embarks on a mission to destroy all art in the museum. This is an interesting idea, don’t you think?

Bears vs. Art is more than this, however. If you look close enough (and you will see this after a level or two), you will see that the game is all about puzzles. It actually tests your thinking and your brain so get ready for this. The actual gameplay takes you to a closed room where you will have to plan how to spend your limited moves in order to destroy all the art inside. If you make too many moves you will fail and if you beat a level and you have moves left you will get bonuses. This is what the game is all about and if you love this genre, do not worry – Bears vs. Art offers more than 100 different levels so you will have long hours to play ahead of you.

As if this is not enough, this free Android app comes with nice 3D graphics and sound and will immerse you in the colors and visual features that you will see. We have no complaints here and we think you will like what you are about to see while playing Bears vs. Art. Moreover the art that you will get to destroy is always unique and this adds to the value of the game.

All in all Bears vs. Art is a nice game that offers new gameplay, new brain exercises and a nice story. Fans of this genre will not be disappointed for sure so if you are into such games, go ahead and download this app – it will not cost you a dime since it is free.

Bears vs. Art is here on Google Play.

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