An apparently updated version of, beleive it or not, Teddy II. Whatever that is.
In this, the sequel or even trequel to a game which I never knew existed, you control an inatimite teddy bear who brute forces himself through several deadly scenarios.
Most of the time you will be attacked by ghosts. The run down of which does what is in the help file, but if there are multiples of any colour on the screen, it turns into a mash - each ghosts logic lost to pure chance.
And that's what you'll need to complete this game - not skill or daring or forethought or planning. You'll need a fat lot of chance. The ghosts move predictibly, but in a different way each time. There is no way to tell what they'll do before they do it, so you'll die until you happen upon a way to complete the level.
The fire is the worst offender, as it not only travels randomly, but moves to completely different locations without warning. The first fire level you get to, you'll understand what I mean when I say chance is the only thing that will get you through the game.
The one good thing about it: There are no lives. So cruelly taken lives are not a loss, as any level can be reattempted dozens of times. That's the only good thing about this otherwise avoidable game. Oh, the other good thing? I never played the originals and I can't seem to find them. Yay.