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May 1, 2011 | 2:12 PM EDT
  • Daily 2nd Place May 2, 2011

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Tutorial be done, son! 5 Points Completed the first level, have a medal!
Bear Grilled 10 Points Complete the Hot Zone
Cool DooD 10 Points Complete the Cool Zone
Score Bandit 10 Points Get a Total Score of more Than 5000
Bear of Darkness 25 Points Complete the Dark Zone
Score Lord of DOOOOOOOOOOM! 25 Points Get a Total Score of more Than 10000
Waspa Stole my honey! 25 Points Get your Honey Comb back!
Lookin' Good! 50 Points Find the hidden Tophat
Now you're a BearMan 50 Points You found your balls, don't forget to play with them!

Author Comments


Bearboy movement speed increase!

Bearboy has a new friend, your Cursor! It's time to click and slide through this exciting new platformer with a unique twist. Lots of challenges to be completed.

Help BearBoy on his quest for honey and global domination.

Use the arrow keys to make bearboy run and jump! Use the mouse to activate or destroy Totems in the levels.

Watch out for spikes and evil bugs, they be hurtingful!

Replay levels to try and get the highest score.

8 Achievements to Unlock and a couple of HIDDEN objects to discover, find the Top Hat to make Bearboy look win. Check out my website ( for a guide on the secret locations!



Rated 5 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

great game

a twist to you ordinanry plattaformer

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Rated 2.5 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

Decent platformer ruined by a bad add system.

First the game itself: Controls were slow and a bit laggy and the cursor bits were very imprecise. Reloading after death also took a bit too long. Other than that, it had some good mechanics and was fairly fun. It would probably have scored a 7-8 on it's own, especially if the second and third worlds got better.

The bad news though, is that this game is literally unplayable for me. I understand that you are trying to make a profit and I accept ad systems. However, the ads didn't load for me and continuing in the game is based on watching the complete add. No ad loading means that I cannot continue. I refresh and come back, and I can play one more level before the ads lock me out again. Many games fix this problem by using a count-down timer on the ads and allowing gameplay to continue after (for example) 30 seconds regardless of whether the ad loaded.

If you correct this problem and allow me to keep playing, I will be happy to give you a higher score. 2/5, 5/10

HeadFizz responds:

Hi Dragonheart,

you don't have to wait for the ads to load at all! you can just walk to the portal and go right to the next level. sorry if this hurt your experience with the game, I implemented the ad system this way because I thought it might be a little more original than other ad systems. I gotsta make a living :)


Rated 4 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

very good, nice idea, controls could be better

I'm not giving a 10 cause the controls are not perfectly tuned. Its slow to respond, and nerv-racking to control. and sometimes you click on the orange blocks and they don"t disappear...
with the exception of the controls, really nice job.

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Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

Bearboy & Cursor - Awesome idea!

I can't say anything bad about this game.
The music is pretty good, the game seems to have no bugs, it runs well on my PC/browser, the controls are smooth and the graphic looks sweet!
There are some quiet difficult levels, but due to infinite lives and some well placed check points, almost everyone should be able to beat this game.
Therefore the motivation factor is pretty good and the demotivation close to zero imo.
I like the whole concept - love the Bearboy, man! Really a chilled game (for an overall lame Sunday).
Hope there will be a second part. I.e. just made of levels, primary focused on highscores such as time or points.



Rated 4.5 / 5 stars May 1, 2011

Quite a lot of fun!

This was really cool to play because you had a really original theme to it. The coolest thing was how you were able to let the game play itself for only for a few times. I kind of would have liked it if there were more enemies, but that might be a cliche. I liked the part in the opening about the honeycomb being worth a platformer game. If you can collect as many parts as that, I say it's worth it. What was also cool was the truly upbeat music.

I thought at first that maybe you would have to keep your cursor on the purple object to get across, but you don't. That is a very nice touch and is quite convienient for the player! Everything here just had a really colorful appeal to it. It's just the kind of lighthearted thing to play in your spare time. BTW, this is the first review I've written since I went to my graduation today!