Disney Adventures in the Magic Kingdom

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  1. 5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Another Disney CAPCOM, August 2, 2005
    = Fun:4.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Disney Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (Video Game)

    Capcom was definitely one of the leading creators of quality video games for the NES. And Disney’s Adventures In The Magic Kingdom is one of those great Capcom games.

    STORY: Goofy has lost the six keys that will open the gate to the Castle in Disneyland, and so Mickey enlists you to help find the missing keys, which are lost within Disneyland.

    GAMEPLAY: The game opens out with your character walking about the Disneyland map in a Legends of Zelda format. You can choose between five different attractions to ride and find a key. The levels include: The Haunted Mansion, Big Thunder Mountain, Autotopia, Spcae Mountain, and Pirates of the Caribbean.

    The Pirates & the Haunted Mansion rides are played in the traditional Mario style. Autotopia is a car racing level reminiscent of Mario Kart or Cobra Triangle. Big Thunder Mountain runs along the same driving idea, but you have no control over stopping the train. The most interesting level is Space Mountain, where Mickey gives you a button to press on the top of the screen, and you have a second to press it or damage your spaceship. By pressing the correct button, you press on in space.

    GRAPHICS: As with the other Capcom games, the graphics here are superb for an NES title. The Disney characters actually look like their animated counterparts, and the Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean levels are done beautifully. Some spots on the map look a little simplistic, but overall good.

    OVERALL: A pretty good game overall, but some levels can get a little tedious after a few deaths (such as Big Thunder), but others, such as the excellent Haunted Mansion level, deserve play again and again. Some good replay value here, but not entirely thrilling each time around.

    TECHNICAL:
    1-Player
    Choose your own name at the beginning
    No saving capability
    5 levels

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  2. 4.0 out of 5 stars
    Pretty cool!!!, November 20, 2010
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    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Disney Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (Video Game)

    I guess I could expect much more from this game. This was actually pretty easy at first. You have certain rides you can go to and in the end receive a key. It has the Disney characters in it and games that children would enjoy. So I first played it when I was ten, then played it and beat it almost 10 years after that. The race car track is like the game BUMP N JUMP, but is easy to beat. There is also a way to get a key by talking to children and following Pluto, the children will give Disney trivia questions. The three hardest parts for me were the Haunted Mansion (When you get to the top, books fly off the bookshelf and you have to jump over them), The train ride (At the end you had to guess which track was the right one, 4 different stations, 25% chance), and The Pirates Of The Caribbean (We miss counted the hostages 10 times, you have to count which ones you get. I swear they would just appear out of nowhere). The trick which some may consider is cheap, and I doubt kids would find is to stock up on the RED stars. If you go to the race track that’s a great place to sock up on stars. Then in each game when you push select the options will be different. I believe you can trade in your red stars for LIFE or HP and maybe some other benefit. It just depends on which zone you are in. But the ending STUNK. I mean it was like, wait, all that work for this last frame that says congratulations, where is my FRICKING DISNEY PARADE???

    -Thanks

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