Spry Fox's new word puzzler Alphabear looks innocent, even cute at first. But it has a wild side and it's been spread all over social media since the game came out last week.

Just look at the example below. That's Derek Yu, the creator of Spelunky, being told by Easy Bear that his sales are shitty.

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This happens as, in the game, once you unlock a new bear to play with, it arrives with a message that's comprised of words that you've made in the game.

The green words in Yu's example above are ones he created in a previous attempt. The game's algorithm grabs these and puts them inside pre-made greetings for the bears and that's the kind of result you get.

There are many more examples of this to be found so we've grabbed a few for you to see below. But be on the lookout and if you see any more that'll get us laughing then do let us know.

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