Wonder Works Studio to release Winnie the Pooh-inspired horror experience on Roblox

We're far from The Hundred Acre Wood...

Wonder Works Studio, the development company known for creating more family-friendly experiences such as Overlook RP, Froot Loops World, and Insomniac World Party, has just announced its darkest and most surprising project yet—a horror experience inspired by children's book icon Winnie the Pooh. This experience, currently titled "Pooh," was officially announced via Wonder Works' official Twitter account on July 29, 2022, and has received mixed reactions since its debut. While some community members are intrigued by the idea, others are apprehensive to trust the studio's ability to finish what they've started.

Since the original tweet, Wonder Works has released Pooh's concept art, the experience's future logo, and a second teaser trailer—all of which can be found below.

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In the replies to these tweets, users have voiced their concerns about whether or not they believe that this project will come to fruition, with many noting the number of Wonder Works experiences that have been announced and redacted in the past, or even fully released and then discontinued quickly after.

"So you stop doing Overlook RP, Traitor, and Timmeh, but now you're bringing back Overlook Bay and doing Pooh?" asked one user. "Why start new stuff when you failed to do the other stuff?"

"Question: did you recycle any of the assets from your failed mess of a game, Timmeh?" asked another user. "Or is this a brand new attempt to get people to purchase real money skins and then subsequently abandon the game? Asking for a friend."

Some "theorists" in the replies have also been questioning the experience, but for other, more business-related reasons. On June 27, 2022, popular Roblox event leaker RBXEventHunters tweeted "Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey will apparently be making a #Roblox Event later this year. What do you think might come?" Now, users are suspecting that there may be a connection between Wonder Works' "Pooh" and the upcoming Winnie the Pooh horror movie, Winnie the Pooh: Blood and Honey.

At the time of this article's publication, no official statement has been released by the Wonder Works Twitter account or MeganPlays, popular YouTuber and Wonder Works' co-founder, to confirm or deny these theories. If and when an official confirmation announcement is posted, or when "Pooh" receives a release date, we will update this article accordingly.

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