Wonder Works ‘Pooh! want to stuff you in a pot of honey

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Wonder Works, creators of famous works Roblox game Ignore RP, are releasing their new product in time for Halloween. Pooh! is a horror film based on the character Winnie-the-Pooh by AA Milne. Milne’s first book went public earlier this year, inspiring several new take on the classic.

In the game, players attempt to escape Pooh as he hunts them through a spooky asylum. You have a flashlight, but it will make it easier for Pooh to find you. Believe me, you don’t want Pooh to find you. Unless you like being stuffed in a pot of honey.

The flashlight is great, but it makes it easier for Pooh to find you.

Designed with high-fidelity graphics, lighting, and sound in mind, Pooh seems to have a higher production value than you would normally expect for a Roblox game. As for horror, the closer the experience is to reality, the scarier it is. For example, few things are scarier than a lifelike Pooh trying to stuff you into a pot of honey.

Oh mind.

Pooh! launches October 28 for Roblox and features crossplay for your friends on different hardware. For those who want to live the murderous Pooh lifestyle, toy company YouTooz is releasing a figurine to celebrate the launch.

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