Bear With Me - Episode One
Bear With Me - Episode One

Bear With Me - Episode One

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Bear With Me is an episodic noir adventure game. Amber is trying to find her missing brother while being aided by her trusty teddy, Ted E. Bear.
Bear With Me is an episodic noir adventure game. Amber is trying to find her missing brother while being aided by her trusty teddy, Ted E. Bear.
Release Date8 августа 2016 г.
DevelopersExordium Games
PublishersExordium Games
OSMac, Linux, Windows
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Single-playerSteam AchievementsSteam Trading CardsSteam Cloud


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  • OS: Mac OS X 10.7+
  • Processor: SSE2 instruction set support, generally everything made since 2004 should work
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: DX9 (shader model 2.0) capabilities; generally everything made since 2004 should work
  • Storage: 1100 MB available space

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Bear With Me is an episodic noir adventure game. Amber is trying to find her missing brother while being aided by her trusty teddy, Ted E. Bear.

Being haunted by nightmares, Amber wakes up in the middle of the night only to find out that her brother Flint is missing. She seeks help from her trusted teddy, Ted E. Bear, a retired grumpy old detective.

The dynamic duo sets out to hunt for clues and interrogate all the witnesses and suspects unaware of the dangers that recently started happening to residents of Paper City.

The plot thickens as a mysterious "red man" has been seen starting fires around Paper City and looking for little miss Amber.

  • Story driven "horror" noir adventure game.
  • Uniquely drawn 2D Art-Style and 2D animation.
  • Dialogues and interrogations full of puns. Sarcastic, dark and funny from start to finish.
  • Variety of clues and puzzles to uncover the mystery.
  • Interactive and occasionally playable detective sidekick, Ted E. Bear.
  • Simple hint system to avoid pixel hunting.
  • Original Soundtrack.
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Reviews about the game

Bear With Me - Episode One18.06.2017

I fell in love with this game as soon as i saw the intro. I love black & white movies & sarcasm as well as jokes. Also, i absolutely love Point'n'Click-er games! This game is by far my favorite point'n'clicker. It has replay value <3

Cuddly Snake
Cuddly Snake
I recommend
Bear With Me - Episode One24.06.2017

A gem for many! What an amazing game! Bear With Me is an amazing title with slick writing, fun voice acting, and some of the best humor ever in a game. Playing the first chapter, I was imersed in the story, and actually caught up between the wacky comedy, and deep story coming too. I love this game. This game is truly worth Adventure, Point and Click fans library! A fun idea of stuffed animal and a young girl going on a dark mystery, with dark elements, and good laughs. I HIGHLY recommend this one, and it's worth your time! Get it! Download it! You must play this one! 10/10

Romantic Bandicoot
Romantic Bandicoot
I recommend
Bear With Me - Episode One27.06.2017

(Review is for the first two episodes) Bear With Me, a traditional point-and-click adventure game, stands out for its terrific, inventive world. Blending a noir-like atmosphere and dialogue with the interactions between a child and her anthropomorphic friends (who may or may not be part of her vivid imagination, an element I really liked) leads to some rich slices of a world. The game doesn't quite take full advantage of that in its first episode, keeping the focus narrowed to the child's house, but once the game has its legs under it in the second episode, the game starts to explore the much more intriguing Paper City, as well as introducing some teasers for what's to come. The humor can be hit and miss, but I largely like it. Even the referential humor is mostly cute and inoffensive, which isn't something I'd normally say about jokes like that. The machanics are solid - you pick stuff up, you combine said stuff with other stuff, and you progress a bit in the story. This is typical adventure fare, but it recognizes the strengths of the genre and doesn't try to stray from them, creating a smart, simple UI and keeping the focus squarely where it needs to be - the characters and the setting. I do wish the hint system - disguised as conversations you have with your teddy bear detective pal - wasn't quite so obtuse at times. Giving vague, unhelpful comments about where the characters need to eventually head to doesn't help me figure out that I've somehow missed a very tiny grate in an environment. Overall, Bear With Me is a phenomenal start to an adventure series, one I look forward to finishing once the future episodes are released. It should be checked out by any fans of the genre.

Influential Alligator
Influential Alligator
I recommend
Bear With Me - Episode One06.10.2017

It was a day just like any other when I went browsing for games and saw it's punny title so I bought it right on the spot but little did I know that it was only episode 1. As I stare dumbfoundedly at the 1st epidsode's credits rolling I thought to myself "Guess I got no choice but to wait for for the next one." as I lean back on my chair and wonder how many episodes there would be. At first they said 5 but in the end it was just 3. The story of a 10 year old girl and her harboiled private detective partner Ted E Bear are on a quest in this black and white noir style storytelling where the only color is RED as they make their way from the house to Paper City the world she created to find her brother as a RED mysterious figure is burning everything to the ground. The journey was punny, 4th wall breaking, with a sprinkle of dark humour and have great voice acting. At the end of it all I really enjoyed this game.

Political Elephant
Political Elephant
I recommend
Bear With Me - Episode One26.08.2016

Ladies and gentlemen, this is a clawsome game that is impawsible to furget. Having a charming yet grizzly atmosphere that you won’t find too polarizing, I just couldn’t bear to put it down. Sorry, I’ll stop the bear puns now. Promise. Ahem, so ‘Bear with Me’ is an episodic point and click game with a heavy noir detective theme. But you know that from reading the description, and really if you’re interested by that idea then you’re probably going to enjoy this game. Yet if you’re still a bit sceptical then let me assure you, it is worth the time to go through. Firstly, the thing that strikes me the most about this game is how it takes itself quite seriously yet doesn’t at the same time. If you take out a few of the jokes and references to toys and I would believe this could be a legit film-noir creation, and there’s some very dark and disturbing aspects to this game. The first cutscene you see (which turns out to be a nightmare) looks like something out of a horror game, not to mention the fact that this game deals with themes like crime, alcohol and death (all with a toy-based overtone but it’s still very serious) as well as a very creepy-looking antagonist. Yet amidst all this is a very large helping of puns, quirky little comments from our two main characters and the references… good lord the references are beautiful! Particularly that fantasy book in the bedroom, I think that was a very well placed joke. It is a funny game overall, at least one of these jokes is bound to get a laugh out of you. All of this works because there is a lot of personality to the game. I really need to give credit to the writers, between the typical tropes of noir detective fiction and the great self-referential comments they created some very endearing and funny characters that you want to spend more time with. Amber, the little girl, is a very loveable child with quite a sharp wit about her while Ted E Bear (I swear that’s not another pun that’s his actual name) pulls off the typical gruff private eye while still having a lot of heart in his actions. Some of the best moments of this game come from just clicking on stuff to hear what these two have to say. With this only being the first episode there aren’t many other characters we meet, yet each one feels natural to the story and are a pleasure to be around, all complemented by a lovely art style that seems to blend the adult nature of the noir style with the more innocent setting of this little girl’s house and her toys. There isn’t much music to speak of, though when it does appear it’s used effectively to build up atmosphere however it’s needed (also that title screen music… it’s really really creepy and I can’t get it out of my head). This game also surprised me with how emotionally attached I became to all of these people, it reminded me a bit of Fran Bow in that way although this game is certainly not as psychologically disturbing as that one. Yet. It also caused me a bit of heartache. I really don’t want to spoil anything as this game is not only quite short but it’s best experienced blind, so apologies for being really vague, but there’s a certain section of ‘Bear with Me’ that caught me off guard and genuinely shocked me when I first played the game. At first I was expecting it to be a cutscene due to the sudden shift away from our leads, but no this was something you can play through, resulting in a significant choice… a choice I didn’t realise was there until the second playthrough. Still feeling very guilty about it. So just to wrap things up, I would highly recommend this to any fans of Point and Click games, and just to anyone who loves games with personality and heart. Of course this is still just episode 1 and trust me, I am eagerly awaiting the next episode with bated breath so I can find out more about the story (if anyone has any theories so far please do let me know, I’m curious to see people’s ideas). Yet for what we have, I’m thoroughly impressed by what Exordium Games have produced, so everyone go and enjoy it! Now the wait for episode 2 begins, hopefully it won’t become too unbearable.

Slim Gull
Slim Gull
I recommend
Bear With Me - Episode One01.06.2018

Well, for some reasons I played this game many months ago, more than a year, and then the third episode came out few months ago so I bought it as soon as possible and played it, enjoyed it a lot and so on.. now the collector's edition's out on Humble Bundle as far as I know. Anyways this game's is a great hidden object/graphic adventure with an awesome story; I loved everything here although the whole game setting is probably too restricted thus don't allowing you to explore as much as I wanted to. Not a negative point at all. All in all, we have here a great cartoonish black and white adventure with an awesome story filled with both dark/thriller and humour/funny elements; the game relies a lot on puzzles and riddles so that the hidden object element of the game is quite always the most emphatized one. And who doesn't love point n click adventures? :) If you liked the classic ones or played any good Flash point and click, this one is suitable for most ages (it has only some dark/thriller elements) and it's quite easy overall (you can click everywhere! XD) so that it can be enjoyed even by those who are not accustomed to the genre - plus, there are some great guides here on Steam. Voice acting is great, although it's only in English so that I'd really suggest you to play in its original language - there are subtitles in many other languages, Italian included, but I think it's definitely better in English with the full voice acting on. All the (three) episodes are a must - of course only the first one's free to play xD The other ones are DLCs, but definitely worth it. If you're into point and click adventures, this one won't disappoint you for sure. Just keep in mind that in order to enjoy it all you've got to play the whole three chapters - at the time I played it there were only the first two available, so that it was definitely something unfinished, albeit awesome. The first one works most as an introduction, which probably needs only three hours to be completed, while the third one is the best episode and the ending's amazing! And I'm definitely not a noir/thriller fan - trust me, you'll love this :P There are few point n' click games (and this is completely indie!) that have such high standards when it comes to every single compartment, soundtrack included. But as I said, don't stop at all at the first steps and maybe the first puzzles, which are actually the easiest ones and even the "worse" ones if compared to those in the third episode. Go through it all! :)

Proper Peacock
Proper Peacock
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