September 14th, 2008, 05:06 PM
Review: Teddy Factory
Well a week has gone by since I last reviewed one of the Reflexive games. So are you ready for another review? Well here it is, whatever your answer.
This review is on a game named “Teddy Factory”. This is a cute game, especially for anyone who likes Teddy Bears. And guess what! I like teddy bears! So I was attracted to the game just by the title.
In this game, on each level you are to build a certain number of stuffed bears from the body parts that come down the assembly line. You get right and left arms, right and left legs, body and head. You must assembly the bears by color. Of course you don’t want the pieces on the assembly line to get to the end or your shift is over. While you are building the bears, children come in to the factory requesting a certain color bear. So when you finish that bear the child goes away happy. But if you don’t assemble the bear in a certain amount of time, the child goes away crying. (I know it is just a game, but I felt so bad when a child went away crying.) So this is a color and parts matching game as well as a time management game. Though it is a simple concept, each level becomes a little more challenging as the speed of the assembly line picks up as well as the increase in number of lines and the change in pattern of the line.
Teddy Factory is available for Mac and Windows.
You can download a free trial from here:
September 19th, 2008, 07:27 AM
Edit: there is a Mac version of this game available now. See above.
September 24th, 2008, 07:31 PM
I've successfully run the Windows version in (dar)Wine on the mac, but it doesn't have sound. Thanks for this link, a real mac version would be nice.
November 20th, 2008, 08:25 PM
Teddy Factory for Mac is now available through My Game Company. Click here for more details!
December 24th, 2008, 12:55 PM
There's a Christmas version of Teddy Factory available for Mac and Windows: Santa's Super Friends, which you can find here.
October 18th, 2011, 06:01 AM
I really like the idea of a factory assembly line. I wasn't too crazy about the teddy bears but hey the game is fun and I can't deny that.