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Build-A-Bearville, later simply called Bearville, was an online game that featured a virtual world inspired by Build-A-Bear Workshop. As of July 2015, Build-A-Bear has taken the game off of its website, replacing it with... More »

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Build-A-Bear-Ville closed on March 31, 2015. The online virtual world, which opened in October 2007, allowed users to explore, play games and chat with each other. The Play section of BuildABear.com replaced Build-A-Bear... More »

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Ryland Homes focuses on building customized new homes for first-time homebuyers, as well as first and second-time moveup buyers. The company is a homebuilder that operates across 18 different states as of 2015. More »

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Build-A-Bear Worship Inc. shut down Bearville in 2015. A comparable website is located on BuildABear.com under Play, with interactive games such as "DreamWorks Dragons Puzzles" and "Honey Girls Puzzle Challenge" as of 20... More »

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The five locations at which a player can find the four-leaf clovers in "Bearville" are Friendship Forest Park, the Entrance, the Pawsitively Green Center, outside of Maxine Clark's cub condo as well as at Town Square. As... More »

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Players can enjoy Build-a-Bear games on the official Build-a-Bear website, on the Google Play store or on retail websites such as Amazon.com. Build-a-Bear games on Google Play require an Android device to play, but many ... More »

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Build-A-Bear Workshop offers four games through its website, BuildABear.com, including "Rearrange Letters," "Dodge Ball," "Rocket Launch" and "Ball Bounce," as of 2015. The games are all free to play and designed for chi... More »

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