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This program is surprisingly fun. We love the exploration theme, but we were disappointed that the whole experience was so brief! The next time through, there are tiny differences, but not much. Still, for young children who are easily overwhelmed with too-challenging adventure games, Piglet's Big Game is a very doable and charming, if brief, program.
Nevertheless, this is a nice adventure program for preschoolers who are not quite ready for the challenges of programs such as Putt-Putt and Freddi Fish.
Piglet is the star of this game but any fan of the characters of the 100 Acre Wood will likely find some charm in this game. Those over 6-7 years of age will likely not experience much of a challenge, but for younger ones, this game is a nice introduction to reasoning and puzzle solving.