"Game Over - The Berenstein Bears' Camping Adventure" is a high quality rip of "Game Over" by Rick Rhodes from the video game The Berenstein Bears' Camping Adventure for Sega Genesis/Sega Mega Drive.
This is a short medley rip with several melodies replacing the original tune.
|0:00||Game Over - The Berenstain Bears' Camping Adventure||Rick Rhodes|
|0:26||Determination - Undertale||Toby Fox|
|0:37||Spooky Scary Skeletons||Andrew Gold|
|0:50||Gruntilda's Lair - Banjo-Kazooie||Grant Kirkhope|
|1:14||Family Guy Theme Song||Walter Murphy|
- The bear family's name in the rip title, the playlist title, and the background image is intentionally spelled "Berenstein" instead of "Berenstain". It's a reference to the Mandela Effect theory. In short, said theory states that if a lot of people remember a certain name or event differently than how it actually is or was, that means those people come from an alternate universe where that name or event actually was the way they remember it. "Berensta/ein Bears" is one of the most popular examples of the Mandela effect, because a lot of people remember the bear family being called "Berenstein" instead of "Berenstain". This rip was posted during SilvaGunner: Rebooted, so a reference to a theory dealing with alternate universes that feature small changes in popular media really fits the theme of the event.
- The rip audio contains a bit of white noise. The spectrogram for this rip shows the following (see picrelated).