Cartoon Network Serves Up Bear Mini Games In Free Fur All

Cartoon Network is a collective mix of shows and content from the hilarious to the downright weird, and some of that content transitions into a mobile game from time to time. One of Cartoon Network's TV shows "We Bare Bears" was launched as a mobile title earlier this Summer called Free Fur All, and it's a collection of mini-games featuring the three bear brothers where you'll need to complete various tasks. There's no complex story, no long drawn out battles and no mouth watering visuals or fast paced team deathmatch. Just a handful of mini-games to sate your hunger for a few minutes here and there. Or a few hours if you really love them.

All of the mini-games included can be played by yourself in a single player mode, which includes games called Photo Finish, Way Of The Bear, The Wheel Deal, Bearista, Flippin' Awesome, and Sample King. As you play you can rack up a high score and gather coins, which can be used to buy stuff through the in-game shop. All of these items are used for the mini-games which they're categorized under, like a chef's hat and apron as well as bear-shaped pancakes for the Flippin' Awesome mini-game, or throwing stars and a black headband for the Way Of The Bear.

In addition to playing alone, Free Fur All allows gamers to share in the fun in multiplayer mode in one of two different ways. You can connect and play against others by connecting up to three devices on the same network, or you can pass and play by sliding the device over to the other players which is also for up to three people. When playing multiplayer mode it appears the games are randomly picked and will go through them in a cycle, so you aren't able to choose which mini-game you play first. Free Fur All supports multiple languages including English, Italian, Spanish, Portuguese, French, Turkish, Japanese, Korean, Chinese, and Russian. You also have an option to turn off the sound if you don't want audio, but the background music is part of the fun. Free Fur All is a free-to-play game and is completely free of in-app purchases, so there's no obligation or temptation whatsoever to spend any real-world money.

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