When I was on the ScummVM datafiles page a few days ago, i noticed it lists Bear Stormin' as though it were a separate game. Was this an actual release, or is this just hidden inside Putt-Putt Goes to the Moon?
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It's actually a separate game, with I believe some slight differences compared to the version within Putt Moon. IIRC, the grass has a scrolling effect. One thing it also has is a blurb at the bottom of the title screen that has the same ordering information as the DOS demos, so one theory is that it was a demo given away by Humongous in their early days. For the most part, the only place you can get it these days is through piracy, and I have no idea if there are even any original copies in existence nowadays. If there is, the ScummVM team likely has one.
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GeorgeQGreg wrote:It *was* available among the Scummvm demos. Seems to have disappeared though.
Well, this version of this game has some slight differences (as stated in Retrodude's post). Since I think it is convenient to download rare demo applications from websites, I must ask, why would the ScummVM team remove it from their website, despite the fact it's very rare? To me, it never makes sense to do that.
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By that logic they should let you download many games. I'm sure they'd disagree...
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