I bought the game for my 6 year old daughter and we both played the game and finished it. She had a lot of fun playing with me. Some of it she could play on her own and sometimes when the player turns into piglet she let me do it. The final stage I had to beat. We had a lot of fun together, even when I had to take over. The game would be too easy for an advanced player, but it is cute for people who do not play as much Nintendo. The graphics where really great. The game has several features such as: Mini games(you have to unlock some), a very easy baby level, and the actual game. Pooh needs to go trough all kinds of adventures to give his friends a birthday party. The last level is his own birthday party. Collect as many honey pots as possible to unlock new maps on the game and to collect certain items to get to the end of each stage. I liked the game, but it would be too simple for seriouse gamers. Great for parents if they want to play with their younger children.
I bought this game for my 4 year old and we liked it, it was fun whe we began, but sometimes the woozles would come and I had to do it, because it was too hard for my son to outrun them, Pooh can't run, it takes him a long time to get from place to place, and as we got farther in the game the woozles apeared more and more and got too hard for even me to pass. It drove me crazy and I finally told my son we could play it anymore. It's way too hard!
I bought this game as a joke with naturally low expectations. But I began to play it...and well, it's actually pretty good. The graphics are amazing, nothing to extraordinary but they're appealing. The game itself is simple. You run around doing a sequence of tasks for your friends to accomplish a main goal. For what it's worth, 4 stars.