Build A Bear (Nintendo DS)
About this deal
Whether you are a newbie or you have a collection of over 300 bears, we welcome all Build-A-Bear fans! Be it for a girl or boy, the title has something to offer everyone and doesn't get old as quickly as most games geared for the juvenile set. It was developed by French company Neko Entertainment and published by The Game Factory for release on November 5, 2007.
If you have a young one who loves the idea of creating their own fuzzy friend there is no reason to pass this one up. In the garden, the player can teach their bear to perform some dance moves and play a ball shooting game on the swing. The Bear will be like a virtual extension of yourself and a personal companion you can love like a best friend. Build-A-Bear for Nintendo DS is a new, fun kind of relationship simulation game, which takes into account the Bear's evolution as much as the players' fun factor.Once you build your bear, you will get your own "Cub Condo", which is modeled and named after the boxes you brought your bears home in. You can change your choices at any time by visiting Cookie preferences, as described in the Cookie notice.
There are many different activities and minigames in each room which is the main objective of the game. There are 8 different Bear characters you can customise: Dimples Teddy, Mocha Bunny, Pink Poodle, Playfull Puppy, Velvet Teddy, Friendly Frog, Marvelous Monkey, Sassy Kitty. For whatever reason, the main game in the backyard is a game where you trace a pattern with your stylus three times in a row, to prepare for some 'Bear Show'. Here you get to pick out the Bear you want, choose a motto, stuff it, insert its special heart and whisper a secret into its ear. The bedroom housed my favorite game, where you had to clear the bed of toys and put them in shelves before the time ran out.
Yes, I don't know if it was a soul trade or something else, your bear comes to life after you give it a heart. In multiplayer mode, the player can challenge friends in minigames and trade photos taken from the dressing room. To calculate the overall star rating and percentage breakdown by star, we don’t use a simple average. Throughout the year, there are special clothes on holidays (such as Christmas and Halloween) which the bear could wear.