Fatty Bear's Birthday Surprise
March 26, 1993
The reason Fatty Bear never appeared in another point-and-click adventure game was due to a mixture of series creator Laurie Bauman Arnold owning the rights to the character and the name "Fatty", in spite of being intended in an endearing manner, being considered potentially offensive.
Fatty Bear was based on a real teddy bear owned by a friend of a series creator Laurie Bauman Arnold in her youth. The original bear had a string you could pull to make a farting sound, something that was not transferred over to the Fatty Bear game.
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