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Category Description User Score
Gameplay How well the game mechanics work (player controls, game action, interface, etc.) 3.5
Graphics The quality of the art, or the quality/speed of the drawing routines 3.7
Personal Slant How much you personally like the game, regardless of other attributes 3.3
Sound / Music The quality of the sound effects and/or music composition 3.3
Overall User Score (6 votes) 3.5

Critic Reviews

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Retroage (Jan 30, 2008)
Gra dostarcza najmłodszym mnóstwo zabawy. Bajecznie piękna i kolorowa grafika przyciągnie przed telewizor każde dziecko. Testowane na kilku „sztukach” 5-8 latków... piekielnie wciąga! Jeśli zaserwujecie tą grę najmłodszym to zapomnijcie o swoim N64, bo właśnie zmieniło właściciela!!!
Das Spiel ist zwar eher was für kleinere Menschen, da bei Erwachsenen und geübten Spielern sehr schnell Langeweile aufkommen wird. Dennoch kann es nicht schaden, Tigger‘s Honey Horn einmal auszuprobieren, denn der Titel ist wirklich liebenswert. Und Winnie, Tigger und ihre Freunde sind immer für einen Spaß zu haben.
IGN (Nov 10, 2000)
Overall Tigger's Honey Hunt is a well-designed 3D-ish platformer that does a fantastic job of capturing the Winnie the Pooh license and delivering in playable form to Nintendo 64 owners. Clearly it's a children's game, but it's not a sloppily executed one, and in fact some adult gamers may find the gameplay mechanics the title offers fun for a brief while. And visually speaking, the title has it all -- detailed backdrops, smooth animation, colorful worlds and a decent framerate. My only real complaint is that the game is far too short to be enjoyed for any considerable period of time, and with the decidedly low level of challenge involved, I suspect even the youngest of gamers will have no problem whatsoever beating it.
Feel good games do not always have to involve pounding faces and pumping people with lead. Save for the lost presence of voiceovers, THH pins the tail on Eeyore. It is most ideal for younger players, and those who grew up loving the series, but feel too grown-up to venture into the 100-Acre Wood again will be in for a real treat.