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Winnie the Pooh games

Winnie the Pooh's Rumbly Tumbly Adventure

Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Phoenix Studio
Category: adventure
Release date: 02/15/2005

This game for children ages three and up allows players to follow five different birthday adventures while playing as Winnie the Pooh, Tigger, Eeyore or Piglet. Players must use the special skills of each character, such as Piglet's scary face or Eeyore's butterfly collecting, in order to help Winnie the Pooh advance through each level. Players will need to avoid the fast-moving Heffalumps and Woozles and, at the same time, collect honey pots to offer the bees in exchange for special items.

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Piglet's Big Game

Publisher: Gotham Games
Developer: Doki Denki Studio
Category: adventure
Release date: 03/18/2003

Disney's Piglet's Big Game is a 2003 Action-Adventure Video Game by Gotham Games, Disney Interactive and Doki Denki Studio. The game centres around Piglet and how he tries to show how he can help. This game primarily features Piglet going into his friends dreams and destroys "Heffalumps" & "Woozles" to help his friend's collect valuable items.

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Tigger's Honey Hunt

Publisher: Ubisoft
Developer: Disney Interactive
Category: adventure
Release date: 09/29/2000

Winnie the Pooh decides to have a party for his friends but needs more honey. He asks Tigger, a tiger with spring-like tail, to help him collect the honey they will need to have the party. Other friends such as from the Hundred Acre Wood such as Owl Rabbit, Kanga and Roo, also help Tigger find the honey they'll need.

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Winnie the Pooh & Tigger Too, Animated StoryBook

Publisher: Disney Interactive
Developer: Disney Interactive
Category: educational
Release date: 04/30/1999

This Disney's Winnie the Pooh adventure is presented in the form of a colourful storybook. Each page in the story is presented on screen with text and a full-colour interactive picture. Clicking on different characters and objects in the picture allows players to take part in the story. Some storybook pages also offer links to separate mini-games, many of which encourage good memory and pattern recognition. A number of popular Winnie the Pooh characters are featured.

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Winnie the Pooh and the Honey Tree, Animated Storybook

Publisher: Disney Interactive
Developer: Disney Interactive
Category: educational
Release date: 1999

Winnie the Pooh is a funny bear. He lives in the Hundred Acre Woods behind the house of Christopher Robin, along with his friends Rabbit, Piglet, Eeyore, Kanga, Roo, Owl, and Tigger. Like most bears, Pooh likes honey. In fact, it's his favourite thing to eat. So, when Pooh wakes up one morning only to discover that all his honey jars are empty, it's up to him to find more for breakfast. Unfortunately for Pooh, his love for the sweet sticky stuff gets him in more trouble than he'd bargained for. After being foiled at the bee tree, Pooh eats all of Rabbit's honey and gets stuck in Rabbit's door. Though his friends try pushing and pulling, he's stuck. All they can do is wait for him to lose weight.

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Winnie the Pooh in the Hundred Acre Wood

Developers: Sierra On-line
Category: adventure
Release date: 1986

The Hundred Acre Wood was populated with characters from A.A. Milne's Winnie the Pooh series of short stories. Each character had lost an item of value to them and wanted the item returned. Whoever was playing the game moved through the Hundred Acre Wood and collected the missing items and returned them to their rightful owner. Only one item could be carried at the time so picking up one item necessitated the leaving behind of whatever item was currently being carried. The game had no animation in the mode of a traditional Quest game such as Space Quest or King's Quest. Rather, the Hundred Acre Wood existed as a grid of connected static screens. Players moved between the screens using the arrow keys and could only move North, South, East or West. Reuniting a character with their item resulted in a celebration screen.

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