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Disney Winnie the Pooh

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Winnie the Pooh The Video Game is based on the movie of the same name. Following the same story as the movie, Winnie the Pooh is an interactive story book focused on delivering action-driven storytelling and incorporating educational content for children.

The game is split up into chapters, each offering a new piece of the story, allowing players to interact with the backgrounds via a variety of kid friendly ‘no failure’ mini games. Once chapters are completed, Honey Pots are awarded which can be used to unlock content within the print center. In the print center, parents can print out activity sheets for the children to color in and complete.
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Disney Interactive
Disney Interactive
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System requirements for PC

  • OS: Windows® 7 Home Premium
  • Processor: 2.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4, 2400+ AMD or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 1 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 128MB DirectX 9.0c compatible graphic card supporting Shaders 2.0 (NVidia GeForce FX 5600, ATI Radeon 9600)
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 2 GB available space
  • Sound Card: DirectX 9.0c compatible sound card
  • Additional Notes: Supported peripheral: Keyboard & Mouse
  • OS: Windows® 7 Home Premium
  • Processor: 3.0 GHz Intel Pentium 4, 3500+ AMD or equivalent processor
  • Memory: 2 GB RAM
  • Graphics: 256MB DirectX 9.0c compatible graphic card
  • DirectX: Version 9.0c
  • Storage: 3 GB available space
  • Sound Card: 16-bit DirectX 9.0c-compatible sound card
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Last Modified: Aug 28, 2019

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Have bought me the Game for Fun, Played the Game for fun, Hab I can make a funny LP throw in some Places at the Futility of some Actions and puzzles laughing to Death Hab, Hab 67 honey pots or something without Winnie the Pooh Collecting one Gets. Have wasted 1.6 Hours of my Life with this Visual Novel. Have been able to remind me a little of my Childhood. Conclusion: Anyone who would like to have something to laugh about and watched "Winnie The Pooh" in his Childhood will at least Have fun at the Visual Novel:D D But since I only represent my subjective Perception here. £6is vllt. A bit high for The Season, for €2-4 in the Sale it should be reasonably appropriate and if it falls to €1.50 or less for what Reasons, you should try for more detailed Information ^^
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Microsoft from Deutsch
When I was gifted the Game, I first wondered and was slightly distraught. But when I installed it (with admittedly little Expectation) and first saw the beautiful Intro, it had already grabbed me directly. Apart from the wonderful Music, which almost blew my Head away at first, I was very convinced by the Graphics since the Beginning. The Running Animations are very nice as an Example. Both the "Crawling" of Winnie and the Jumping of Tigger look very funny and disturbing at first Glance, but you can ignore that. In Addition, the Game is completely idiot-proof. Even the Dumbest are taken at the Hand here and for People who can see poorly, the Objects you have to find and click are circled white. This takes away 80% of the Fun And the player's Entire Raison d 'Être, but no matter, the Main Thing is to find the Objects. It's all the Characters who are also there for the Film, which is very commendable. Personally, however, I have a Problem with the Fact that sometimes the Characters act completely out of context extremely funny and the Physics are depicted a little silly. As an Example (Beware spoilers!), it is unrealistic for a piglet to be lifted by an extremely small Balloon (or For Winnie to seemingly go through a "Honey Rush" since he no longer finds his Friend again and therefore everything around him is made of Honey). In General, the Story is quite weak and offers only a total Of 45 Minutes of Gameplay. Personally, I got slight Aggression from time to time, when, For example (Spoilers) the Friends decide, instead of helping Winnie get out of the Hole, just jump and our last Hope is on a small Piglet, which itself actually wants to be pure ... ?! In addition, there is also a violent Scene in the Game, namely when Winnie hits the Nail together with a Hammer from the Donkey Into the Back of him (Name of the Donkey unfortunately omitted). This Scene is embellished, but after a moment Of Reflection it seems disturbing. In conclusion, I come to the Conclusion that while the Game may well be interesting for Young and Old, it is not a potential Pastime due to the short story. People who get slightly aggressive, I would advise against Buying, as both the Animations, as well as the Meaning of the Story, are extremely questionable and rather deficient. I hope that my Criticisms will be improved and adjusted in the second Part (if there will be).
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