Bears Repeating is the third story level of the 11th Dimension and the nineteenth main level of Crash Bandicoot 4: It's About Time.
Crash/Coco climb their way across the mountain, until they stumbled upon a row of Nitro Crates which was activated by Tawna. The bandicoot uses Kupuna-Wa to get through the otherwise impossible pit and make it to the top where Cortex is waiting. They use Polar to chase down Cortex to his airship, where the mad scientist himself is awaiting their arrival.
Names in Other Languages
|Polar Bear Again|
|Spanish||Osos Insistentes||Insistent Bears|
|French||Ours en Goguette||Bears Enjoying Themselves|
|German||Übärtrieben||Exabearated (portmanteau of "übertrieben" (exaggerated) and "Bär" (bear))|
|Italian||Orsi a Ripetizione||Repeating Bears|
|Portuguese||Urso, Pular!||Jumping, Bear (pun on "urso polar", meaning polar bear)|
|Again the bears|
|Polish||Polarny Rajd||The Polar Rally|
|Arabic||الدببة في كل مكان
aldababat fi kl makan
|Bears are Everywhere|
- The music for the normal platforming half of the level lifts motifs from Dr. Neo Cortex's theme from the first Crash Bandicoot game.
- The Yellow Gem Path is a direct reference to the levels Road to Nowhere and The High Road from Crash 1.
- Not counting the N.Sane Trilogy, this is Polar's first semi-playable appearance in a Crash platformer since 2002's Crash Bandicoot XS/The Huge Adventure on the Game Boy Advance.