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  • Summary: Join Winnie the Pooh and his friends on five birthday-themed adventures. Play all of the most famous Pooh characters: Tigger, Piglet, Eeyore, and Winnie the Pooh. Find as many honey pots as you can, but beware of the mischievous Heffalumps and Woozles, who will steal honey. Whether it's finding a new house for Eeyore or helping Tigger out of a sticky situation, you'll have more fun than ever with Pooh bear and all his friends in their great adventure in the Hundred Acre Wood. Play as all four of the most famous Pooh characters through separate birthday-themed storylines and avoid the fast-moving Heffalumps and Woozles. Adventure through five different-looking Hundred Acre Wood environments with all sorts of discoverable objects. Collect honey pots to give the bees in exchange for special items. Use the special skills of each playable character, such as Piglet's Scary Face mode or Eeyore's butterfly collecting to advance through each level. Play and unlock up to five replayable mini-games. [Ubisoft] Expand
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  1. For parents looking for a good game for young children, this would be a great purchase. I personally prefer Piglet's Big Movie, but that is for the slightly older kids.
  2. An impressive technical achievement, as it admirably brings the world of Pooh to life with lovingly crafted sights and sounds. But, polish and affection aside, it does lack engaging gameplay, smooth level transitions, and any sense of consuming depth and longevity.
  3. 55
    Offers tantalizing visuals, but doesn’t back it up with equally engaging gameplay. Developer Pheonix Studios designed the game for kids, so it’s understandably simple and short, but it still suffers from heinous load times.
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  1. Mike
    Dec 19, 2005
    It could've been good had it not broken the cardinal rule for kids' games: frequent and overly-long load times. Young children have a short enough attention span. Each area you run around in is small, and broken up by load times that run around 30-45 seconds. Inexcuseable when there are even first-generation PS2 games that stream all levels, start to finish, with absolutely no load times. What were they thinking? Other than that, it's a good game. But even adults will tire of the constant, intrusive overly-long loads. Expand