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Tigger's Honey Hunt
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What's included? (1) Tigger's Honey Hunt video game cartridge for the N64 Specs: Platform: Nintendo 64 (N64) Region Code: NTSC Cartridge Color: Standard Gray/Grey Original Box? Not Included Original Instruction Manual? Not Included Version/Variation: Standard Functional Condition: Used, but still works great! Cosmetic Condition: Acceptable - We take time to clean all of our games, but there may still be stickers, writing, discoloration that we cannot remove, label damage, or no label at all. Stock photo shown for example purposes only.
Anyone who has grown up without coming in contact with the Winnie the Pooh stories likely suffers as a result a severe whimsy deficit. Whether through the original A.A. Milne novels and stories, or the Walt Disney film adaptations, the misadventures of Pooh, Christopher Robin, Tigger, and Piglet provide a completely entertaining diversion from ordinary storytelling.
The story in Tigger's Honey Hunt starts with Pooh, who is planning a grand party. But he can't begin to plan the bash without knowing that 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, colorful 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, however, 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-8 crowd). The title misses Paul Winchell's deft voice-over talent, but there's only so much data that you can fit on a Nintendo 64 cartridge.
Tigger's Honey Hunt really knows what it wants to be: a kids' game. As such, it succeeds in providing a darned good--if short--time. --Todd Mowatt
- Clean, crisp backgrounds; colorful worlds; and superb animation
- Straightforward gameplay mechanics aimed at younger gamers
- Fun, safe gift for young family members
- Older, experienced gamers will find the game too easy
- Paul Winchell's voice-over talent noticeably absent from the game
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The storyline for this game is simple, Winnie the Pooh wants to throw a party but he needs more honey. So he asks Tigger if he can find more honey so he can successfully throw the party.
Tigger's Honey Hunt is very easy to complete if you don't try to collect all the honey pots and photos, but if you try to get 100% it will be more enjoyable and you'll feel like you're money was well spent. There are six levels to explore in the 100 acre woods and in each level a maximum of a hundred honey pots to collect. There are also photos to collect and when you collect a photo it can be seen in your "photo album" on the main menu. And there are also three multiplayer mini games in between the levels, "Rabbit Says", "Pooh Sticks" and "Owl, Paper Scissors." But you can't get all the honey pots and photos instantly, you need to unlock special bounces and beat time limits to finish Tigger's Honey Hunt completely, so there is good replay value. The graphics are wonderful as well, there is a nice contrast in colors and there are some nice little affects sprinkled in to make it very enjoyable for young kids.
But is Tigger's Honey Hunt without any problems? No, when I completed the game and collected all the photos not all of them appeared in the photo album, and when I researched this problem online I found out I wasn't the only one. And there are no voice over's for each character during the cut scenes, these scenes only include subtitles and what kid would want to read subtitles? I didn't mind but I definitely understand why others do. So which version of this game is of the best value, the Nintendo 64's, or the PlayStation's? I would recommend a copy for the PlayStation if you want to hear the character's voices instead or just reading subtitles, because the N64's version only includes subtitles. But if you put these minor issues aside, Tigger's Honey Hunt is a fabulous game which can be enjoyed by many. So as Tigger would say, "TTFN, Ta, ta for now."