Disney Brings Winnie The Pooh to Android in New, Interactive Story

Disney Publishing Worldwide has released a new Winnie The Pooh title into the Android Market today, just in time for his latest big screen adventures.  The interactive puzzle book  “Winnie the Pooh: What’s a Bear to Do” has you helping the beloved bear hunt down his honey pots.  Featuring narration in five languages (English, French, German, Spanish and Japanese), sound effects, and classic Pooh music, the book also lets readers record their own narration of the story for playing later.

Winnie the Pooh: What’s a Bear to Do costs a one-time $2.99 and is available for any device running Android 2.0 or higher. Click the link below to download immediately.

[app]com.gi.disney.winnie_the_pooh_puzzle_book.main[/app]

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2 Comments

  1. Lady Di
    July 13, 14:22 Reply

    What is the “FREE” wording under ‘Disney Publishing Worldwide’ link but above “<50" referencing if it's a "one time fee of $2.99". Thank you

  2. Lauren Pinney
    July 13, 21:21 Reply

    Cute idea! Being able to record your own narration is a really clever feature.

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