This article uses bare URLs, which may be threatened by link rot. Please consider converting them to full citations to ensure the article remains verifiable and maintains a consistent citation style. Several templates and tools are available to assist in formatting, such as reFill (documentation). (August 2022) (Learn how and when to remove this template message)
Party Time with Winnie the Pooh
Developer(s)Doki Denki Studio
Publisher(s)Electronic Arts (North America)
SCEE (Europe)
Release2001 (North America)
November 23, 2001 (Europe)
Mode(s)Single-player, multiplayer

Party Time with Winnie the Pooh (known as Pooh's Party Game: In Search of the Treasure in North America) is a Party video game released for the PlayStation in 2001. It was developed by Doki Denki Studio (the same developer behind Tigger's Honey Hunt) and published by Electronic Arts in the United States and Sony Computer Entertainment Europe in Europe.

It was released as a PlayStation Classic for the PS3 and PSP via the PlayStation Store on 13 September 2009.[1]


The gameplay is similar to Nintendo's Mario Party franchise. The Adventure Mode features Pooh and his friends going around a large board similar to that of a board game, and after each turn one of the mini-games is played. The plot in the single player mode includes elements taken from Winnie the Pooh's Most Grand Adventure.[2]

The minigames include the Bomberman-inspired Tigger's Thunder and Frightening, Rabbit's Roller Racers, Piglet's Pumpkin Hunt, Owl's Fruit 'n' Hoot and Pooh's Pinball Party.


This section is empty. You can help by adding to it. (December 2020)


  1. ^
  2. ^ "Pooh's Party Game: In Search of the Treasure (Game)".