Summary: Enjoyed by the whole family - our 4 year old enjoyed collecting coins but found it progresively difficult. We have enjoyed it ourselves quite a bit. Nice graphics unlike Disney princess and some other chilren's games.
Summary: My 4 and a half year old daughter loves Winnie the Pooh and the other caracters from the hundred acre wood so I got her this game for last X-mas. She still finds it hard to play by herself without parental guidance and occasional help.
Summary: This is the first PS2 game that my son (3) has played and he has loved it. He talks about the game constantly, barraging me with requests to play the game - this is fine as the whole family enjoys it. The game looks great and plays very well.
Summary: I'm 22 year old girl (master of science student too..), and I LOVED this game. Since we bought the PS2, I've been having problems finding games I really really loved. I like lots of them, but that's it. This game is cute and has little, very simple, puzzles.
Summary: As I write this, my 5 year old has just finished the "Pooh's dream" section all on his own. The only thing stopping this game getting a 5 rating is that it gets quite difficult towards the end and parental assitance will definitely be required...
Summary: At first I had my doubts about this game, but my friend is obsessed with Piglet and bought it for Gamecube. I watched her play it, and then I just had to try it. The game is so entertaining, adorable, and considerably challenging. And I'm a teen!