Played through by Vinny Mainolfi
Its funny how time changes your opinion on things...
Back in 1984 I had a few
select Commodore 64 titles that I would play over and
over, and Bear Bovver was one of them. In my eyes, this
game was the ultimate Holy Grail and nothing could touch
it in terms of game play. What on EARTH was I thinking;
this game is poor! Was it because my collection only
consisted of £1.99 budget titles or games that had been
reduced to £1.99 - Bear Bovver being one of them, and I
had nothing of real quality in my collection? Looking at
it now, the game is very limited in terms of game play.
It's nice enough, but there are only 7 levels and no
game ending! The only appealing thing about it now is
the sprite animation for Ted the Bear when he climbs the
Anyway - let's take a peek
at the 7 levels within the game...
HOW WAS IT PLAYED?:
I built a
crazy hack version of the game and skipped through