Pros: Great beginner game boy color game for young kids
Cons: Short entertaining time and kids will grow out of enjoying it soon
The Bottom Line: This is a wonderful game to start kids out and it will likely not be a game that will make them addicted to playing.
This game is good for young kids, as it is easy to play and features familiar characters from Winnie the Pooh. The game is an adventure game where you go through levels finding honey pots and different Winnie the Pooh characters. The graphics are pretty good, especially considering the game was first released back in 2001. The game does have its limits of being entertaining due to the fact that most older kids will not enjoy playing it and younger kids will likely grow out of wanting to play the game. Younger kids will mostly enjoy playing it, especially if they love Winnie the Pooh. The game controls are easy to learn and the levels are also pretty easy to get through, thus making it a great game appropriate for younger kids just learning to use a Game Boy Color or Advance. The ease of beating the game even for young kids can make it be entertaining for only a short time, but it is overall a worthwhile non-violent game for young kids. Since you probably do not want them playing video games all day anyways the fact that it does not entertain for long periods at a time can be an easy way of keeping them from getting addicted to the game boy at too early an age.
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