The Lost Bear Crack
The Lost Bear Crack: A New Game Inspired by the True Story of Cocaine Bear
A new video game called The Lost Bear Crack is set to be released in 2023, and it is based on one of the most bizarre and tragic stories in wildlife history. The game follows the adventures of a black bear that stumbles upon a duffel bag full of cocaine that was dropped from a plane by a drug smuggler in 1985. The bear consumes the cocaine and becomes addicted to it, leading to a series of chaotic and hilarious events as it tries to find more of the drug in the wilderness of Kentucky.
The game is developed by Odd Tales, a studio that specializes in creating immersive and atmospheric games with pixel art graphics. The game is inspired by the true story of Cocaine Bear, a nickname given to a real black bear that was found dead in the Chattahoochee National Forest in Georgia in 1985. The bear had apparently eaten 40 kilograms of cocaine that was part of a shipment that was dumped from a plane by Andrew Thornton II, a former narcotics officer turned drug smuggler. Thornton had parachuted from the plane, but his parachute failed to open and he died on impact. The cocaine was worth $15 million at the time.
The story of Cocaine Bear has become a legend in pop culture, and has been featured in documentaries, podcasts, books, and even a musical. The game is not meant to be a realistic or accurate depiction of the events, but rather a humorous and exaggerated interpretation that explores the consequences of drug addiction and human interference with nature. The game will have multiple endings depending on the choices and actions of the player, as well as various mini-games and challenges along the way.
The Lost Bear Crack is expected to be released for PC, PlayStation 5, Xbox Series X, and Nintendo Switch in 2023. You can listen to a sample of the game's soundtrack on SoundCloud, or join the discussion on the game's official website or forum. The game promises to be a unique and unforgettable experience that will make you laugh, cry, and think about the impact of drugs on both humans and animals.