Goldilock Hidden Objects Game – Free Demo for PC


Fun Facts about Goldilocks:

–   This fairy tale inspired numerous books, cartoons and movies and her golden hair became a symbol of joyful and happy childhood.
–   She was not called Goldilocks back in 19 century. Actually she didn’t have a name at all.
–    Goldilocks wasn’t a pretty girl at first.
–    Name Goldilocks was first used in 1904 in Old Nursery Stories and Rhymes.
–    Gold has strong symbolic meaning in fairy tales, but Goldilocks was not gold from the beginning. Until around 1870 it was silver.
–    Before Joseph Cundall it was not a child who enters the bears’ cottage. It was an old lady.
–    Cundall decided to change an old lady with a child because in his opinion there were too many fairy tales with old ladies as villains.
–    Cundall’s version of Goldilocks was a narration about naughty child who in the end, facing the consequences (angry bears) escapes through the window.
–    And there is also a version of brother and sister bears being friends to the little bear.
–    Little bear is important because he was originally the protagonist (hero) of the story.
–    Because the bears were portrayed as victims of the intruder, little bear was the character with whom kids mostly sympathized.
–    In 1837 The Story of the Three Bears was first published, written by Robert Southey describing three bears as well behaved and civilized.
–    There is an old English tale named Scrapefoot with three bears living in a castle where the Scrapefoot was actually a fox.
Goldilocks syndrome – when we can’t stop looking for perfect solutions.
–    The Goldilocks Theory – Just as Goldilocks found the porridge that was just right, the Earth seems to be just right for living creatures.
–    In one version the bears return home and tear Goldilocks apart and eat her.
–    Bears live as long as 30 years in the wild. One captive brown bear lived to the age of 47.
–    Bears are bowlegged. This gives them better grip and balance.
–    Only the polar bear is a true carnivore. All other bears are omnivores, or animals that eat both plants and meat.
–    A bear’s normal heartbeat is 40 beats per minute. A hibernating bear’s heart rate drops to 8 bpm.
–    Unlike many mammals, bears can see in color.
–    A polar bear’s stomach can hold 150 lbs. (68 kg) of meat.
–    About 98% of the grizzly bear population in the U.S. lives in Alaska.
–    A polar bear can swim up to 100 miles without resting.
–    Polar bears are the only bear species that is a marine mammal.
–    The name “grizzly bear” refers to the silver-tipped or “grizzled” hair of a brown bear.
–    Spectacled bears are the only wild bears that live in South America.
–    Polar bears have a thick coat with 9,677 hairs per square inch.
–    Most bears are born without fur. Only polar bears and giant pandas are born with thin white fur.
–    Only about 1,000 giant pandas live in the wild today.
–    Polar bears are the largest land predators on earth.