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Live show: Mash Tactics plays Naughty Bear

Jun 01 // Pico Mause

Who doesn't love cuddly teddy bears? At some point we have all dragged around a plush bear with us as a companion. Now they are back for revenge. Join Carnage and Pico today on Mash Tactics as we fend off an army of stuffed animals. Not violent enough? We will be playing Naughty Bear, the most vicious and evil teddy bear game I have ever seen.

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