Last week, Halfbrick announced their latest game for iOS devices, Bears vs. Art, setting up a bunch of (adorable) exposition about a bear and the art museum which has infringed upon his territory but barely offered anything about how it would play. This week's trailer does a little better on that front, describing some gameplay objectives and obstacles.
Looking at the video closely suggests this is a sliding block puzzle where the bear moves in straight lines until colliding, and must meet objectives while limited by time or a number of moves. I occasionally enjoy such games. But with so much of that already available elsewhere, it would be nice to see something apart from the premise which sets Bears vs. Art apart.
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