Tiggers Honey Hunt (c) Disney Interactive
Tiger Tiger, burning bright... errr, no, no Blake this time, and no black gaming too, Tiger characters are from a well known cartoon, sadly it's one of those I hardly hate, though I think I can comment on the gameplay without being too biased still. First of all, Tiggers is properly defined as a kiddie game, not strictly for the gaming genre, 2d/3d platform, but for the overall thoughness. The in-game puzzles are non esistant, and hardly wrong timing in a jump may lead to death. Objects are easily collected and the game doesn't even last that much. Anyway for a little boy this game can be a great deal, with simple but still good graphics, proper usage of the speakers, characters being pretty well known, no frustration for hard levels.
Though, talking about the game itself, even if it's a proper gift for a kid, it is not an interesting development. Graphics is uninteresting, fast and simple, but still textures are under a decent level. Level design is pretty basic and hardly you will be able to do not find out a 'secret' level. Well, that's it, Tiggers is a 3d looking platform, that actually plays in 2d levels only. Skill level is permanently tagged to easy, serious gameplayers, skip this.