- Platform: PlayStation
- Media: Video Game
The story in Tigger's Honey Hunt starts with Pooh, who is planning a grand party. But he can't even begin to plan the bash without knowing he has sufficient honey for his guests to enjoy. Bouncing along in his own inimitable way, Tigger pledges to help Pooh locate enough honey pots to get the party off the ground.
Crisp backgrounds, colourful worlds, and superb animation make this a fun romp through the Hundred Acre Woods. Gameplay mechanics are straightforward and aimed at the right demographic.
For anyone but kids, though, this game plays too short and doesn't have enough individual play modes (little kids love to play the same game over and over, so a short game doesn't matter much to the under-eight crowd). The title misses Paul Winchell's deft voice-over talent, but none the less, this doesn't spoil the experience.
Tigger's Honey Hunt really knows what it wants to be--a kid's game. As such, it succeeds in providing a darned good--if short--time. --Todd Mowatt