A trailer for Winnie’s Hole, a game where Winnie the Pooh gets horrifically mutilated by a virus was released.
In Winnie’s Hole, you play as a virus that capture cells to grow mutations and specialise your host, while refining their primitive form, adapting for survival, and preventing their friends from containing you.
Winnie’s Hole is an accessible turn-based roguelite with a focus on exploration and discovery elements, where players place viral blocks in a randomly generated cellular world to explore and expand, with the objective being to capture tiles, collect resources, and grow mutations.
As you progress and infect more animals, you’ll unlock new content such as mutations, upgrades and playable characters, with each having unique exploration mechanics and different playstyles.
The release date for the game has yet to be announced, but according to Twice Different, early access will be available sometime in 2023.
Ever since Winnie the Pooh entered the public domain back in 2022, people have been creative with projects based on the children’s book, such as Rhys Frake-Waterfield’s Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey.
The page for the game is live on Steam, and can be added to your wishlist