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Junk Bear Drawer 2000: Oh the games we play

The other Junk Drawer was getting a bit old and once in awhile you see a human achievement so mind blowing, so incredibly important for the evolution of our species that you simply have to share it far and wide. Once in awhile a hero rises who's artistry is so truly exceptional that it changes the era in which you live. That artist is Justin Smith.

Along with the musical talents of a genius not seen since Beethoven, a man humbly known as Roberto Ricioppo. I give you their Magnum Opus...EnviroBear 2000: Operation: Hibernation (original punctuation used).

This monument to both the Human and Ursus struggle is truly a blend of high tech wizardry and an homage to the subtle alchemy of mother nature's greatest achievement, evolution. As many may recall from biology class, bears are forced every summer and fall to drive sports vehicles into ponds in order to roadkill enough fish to make it through the winter. This game is a painstaking effort to capture the life and death struggle of the grizzly bear as it attempts to do what it must to survive, while getting decent gas mileage.



In all seriousness though this game is hilarious for about 10 to 15 minutes and is a free download if you just type it into the google. It's also a great way to teach your kids about hibernation and preparedness. Any silly and absurd games you guys play to kill some time?

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