Opération Teddy Bear

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Opération Teddy Bear
Opération Teddy Bear.jpg
Developer(s) Index+
Publisher(s) Flammarion
Platform(s) Windows/Mac
Distribution CD

Opération Teddy Bear is an educational video game released in 1996. It was developed by Index+ and a co-production with Flammarion, and is written by Edouard Lussan.

The game covers Normandy, 5 July 1944 and teaches the player about the history of the Second World War. A clandestine network hides plans belonging to the Nazis in Paul's teddy bear.

The game features 73 screens of BD, 3 hours of fiction, 300 animations, 36 animated maps, 200 historical screens and more than 300 archive photographs.

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