Bumping Bears is Safer on iOS than Real Life

Here at Frisky Mongoose, we’re all about public health and safety. So, consider this a bit of friendly advice: If you would like to approach a bear cub, dress it in one of several adorable outfits, tickle it, and then enter it in a contest of luck or skill, that’s fine — so long as you do these things on your iPhone or iPad. Attempting to do these things in the real world is likely to end in mauling and/or death. Neither TriplePoint nor their client, LoadComplete, wishes to promote unsafe behavior; please do not try Bumping Bears in your local wildlife refuge.

From the public safety announcement press release:

In Bumping Bears, players join the colorful and whacky donut galaxy, each taking charge of a customizable donut planet and adopting adorable bear cubs to nurture and raise for a thirty day span. Guardians take their bears to work, feed them, tickle them, photograph them, and send them on location-based adventures. The game no longer requires a Facebook login, so players of all ages can raise their very own virtual bears.

You can download the very safe version of Bumping Bears right here.

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