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Winnie the Pooh's Home Run Derby!

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Title Screen

Winnie the Pooh's Home Run Derby!

Also known as: Kuma no Pooh-san no Home Run Derby! (JP)
Platform: Adobe Flash
Released in JP: 2007

GraphicsIcon.png This game has unused graphics.
RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.

Winnie the Pooh's Home Run Derby! is a Flash game ostensibly for children that became notorious for its unexpectedly extreme difficulty. In this game, Pooh must hit a given number of home runs to clear each level, but it turns out his sadistic friends can throw pitches that defy the laws of time and space.

Seriously, it has to be seen to be believed.

Unused Graphics

PoohHomeRunDerby-Double.png PoohHomeRunDerby-Triple.png PoohHomeRunDerby-Out.png

Graphics for the baseball terms "Double", "Triple", and "Out". These imply that the game was originally going to be more like an actual game of baseball at some point, rather than trying to hit a given number of home runs.

Similar graphics are also present in the Japanese version: KumaHomeRunDerby-TwoBaseHit.png KumaHomeRunDerby-ThreeBaseHit.png KumaHomeRunDerby-Auto.png

Obscured Graphic


The field has an extra... thing... below the other graphics.

Regional Differences

Title/Main Screen Background

Japanese English
KumaHomeRunDerby-TitleBG.gif PoohHomeRunDerby-TitleBG.gif
  • The bees are yellow in the Japanese version. (There's only one bee in the English version. Does not go up and down, in a different place, and it's red.)
  • The sky has a gradient in the English version.
  • The trees, clouds, and flowers' layout are different.

How to Play

Japanese English
KumaHomeRunDerby-InGameScreenshot1.png KumaHomeRunDerby-InGameScreenshot2.png KumaHomeRunDerby-InGameScreenshot3.png PoohHomeRunDerby-InGameScreenshot1.png PoohHomeRunDerby-InGameScreenshot2.png PoohHomeRunDerby-InGameScreenshot3.png
  • The screenshots from the "How to Play" section have an interesting (possibly early) background from the Japanese version.
  • The sound button is absent in the Japanese version.