Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures Of Mickey Mouse

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Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures Of Mickey Mouse

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Action/Adventure Mickey Mouse video game for Sega Genesis

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  1. 2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    A daring revisit through time, November 23, 2010
    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
    This review is from: Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures Of Mickey Mouse (Video Game)
    Mickey Mania was one of the last games Sony had created before the company went on to make the Playstation.

    The first level takes you to the iconic Steamboat Willie cartoon. However, if you think that the first level is supposed to be simple, think again. There are numerous obstacles that are most likely to hurt you. If you get hit, you are only invincible for half a second. What makes the gameplay become fun is when you start collecting these spheres and then later throw them at enemies. You soon encounter ol’ timey Pete, but he actually isn’t the boss. Hit him 4 times and use him as a spring to bounce over a pile of crates. The REAL first boss is the machinery. You must destroy 4 gears by hitting them 5 times (3 times for the top ones) The boss, at first, plays incredibly hard, since the crates drop bombs on you. However, you don’t find out til later to figure out that you can just jump to avoid getting blown up. After the boss, Mickey appears with Steamboat Willie. Then the text says “Congratulations! Mickey has rescued Steamboat Willie!” What? He was kidnapped?

    The second level is, one of my favorites, The Mad Doctor. Right when you encounter a skeleton, things get hard. When the skeletons get destroyed, their bones fly up and fall down, but you actually had to avoid colliding with them. There are several portions of this level. After the first part, the second part contains rope swinging over lava. The third has you ride a runaway mine cart, but you must jump over the incoming spike balls. If things can’t get any harder for you, you’re lucky to know that the fourth portion lets you take a break as you run through a spiral staircase killing bats and jumping over barrels (Donkey Kong inspiration). It’s easier than the previous parts…and it looks better than them, too, as that part is presented in fake 3D. There’s also this part where you must perform chemistry. The downside here is that if you push it to the stool without the 3 layers you have to put in, the only decision is to kill yourself. The Mad Doctor doesn’t seem like a very hard boss until you attack. If hit, he throws full flasks all over the place.

    The third level is Moose Hunters. If you don’t follow Pluto on this one, you’re dead. Countless tree branches and boulders would fall on you. Moose would also gallop towards you at certain times. After beating the first part, things get easier, yet awkward. You now have to run away from a moose in a beautifully stupid fake 3D level.

    The Lonesome Ghosts is your fourth level. Going up certain staircases would make them turn into a ramp. There are tilting platforms that you must tilt in the right direction to go on. The second part is annoying. You have to balance on a barrel while the house is being flooded. As you make your way towards left, the third barrel would sink, but if you get closer to the left, the water stops. That’s the annoying part: The water. If you jump in, you lose your life automatically basically.

    Mickey and the Beanstalk is graphically colorful. There’s not a lot of hard stuff in here. Although I must admit the dragonflies are annoying. When you get to the first huge enemy, you’d think it’d be a boss since boss music is playing, but no. You must hop on a ladybug. The ladybug speeds away from the “boss” extremely. Once you reach the giant’s house, there’s a plate with Jello on it. You have to push it towards the wall, but you probably won’t know it at first, since it’s a big object to push.

    Now…the Prince and the Pauper….it’s the hardest and final level of the game. You swing, you kill, all that stuff. Unfortunately, I can’t explain anymore since you must find about this on your own. Good luck.

    Overall, if you are a die-hard fan of platform games, Mickey Mouse, or you just want a major challenge, go ahead and buy this game.

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  2. 4 of 5 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    The Spirit of Mickey Lives On!, May 29, 2004
    By A Customer
    This review is from: Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures Of Mickey Mouse (Video Game)
    This 2D game does an excellent job of keeping you asking for more with it’s retro gameplay style and Disney feel. The gameplay is very simple but it always does a great job of presenting a slight challenge. And with a price tag under ten dollars you have no reason to leave this title alone.

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  3. 2 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    game review, June 24, 2008
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    = Fun:5.0 out of 5 stars 
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    This is one of the best genesis games ever. hard as hell and delightfully mickey!

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