A Lot or a Little?
What you will—and won't—find in this game.
Parents Need to Know
Parents need to know that the logic activities are age-appropriate and engaging. When you play a second time, some of the elements change, so there is a sense that things remain fresh.
Is It Any Good?
Disney produced Piglet's Big Game in collaboration with Hulabee, a software company created by the founders of Humongous Entertainment. Gameplay in this title resembles the type found in the old Putt-Putt and the Freddi Fish games, where players explore, learning things and finding items that will help them solve later logic puzzles.
While not as complex or as in-depth as those older Humongous titles, this software is a delight to explore. Each scene has fun areas to click on to produce animation. The logic activities are age-appropriate and engaging. And when you play a second time, some of the elements change; there is a sense that things remain fresh.
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