Mickey Mousecapade

a.k.a. ミッキーマウス: 不思議の国の大冒険 / Mickey Mouse: Fushigi no Kuni do Daibouken / Mickey Mouse

published by Capcom / Hudson Soft in 1987-03-06, developed by Hudson Soft, running on Nintendo Entertainment System
type: platformer
genre: Cartoon
perspective: side view fixed camera
player options: single player
languages: eng jpn

Personal review

A nice non-scrolling platform title from Hudson Soft (released by Capcom in the USA) with Disney's most famous star. You play Mickey Mickey on his search for a girl, who happens to be Alice from Alice in Wonderland. He is accompanied by Minnie who follows him automatically. Not as good as later Disney games developed by Capcom themselves, but fun for a one-time runthrough nevertheless.

# 2011-02-20 16:26:58

Technical specs

display: raster

Editor note

HFC-MI Mickey Mouse: 不思議の国の大冒険 (ミッキーマウス 不思議の国の大冒険, Mickey Mouse: Fushigi no Kuni do Daibouken. Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland) published by Hudson Soft Company, Ltd. 987-03-06 in Japan
NES-MI-USA Mickey Mousecapades published by Capcom 1988-10 in the USA
Mickey Mouse published elsewhere
1 player only

Micky Mouse along with Minnie are off to rescue the kidnapped Alice from Alice in Wonderland (the Japanese title translates Micky Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland). This is a non-scrolling platformer with some adventure elements (locked doors and keys for them.)

If you open the North American cartridge, (not recommended), you can see a Mickey Mouse silhouette on the circuitboard above pin 5.

Both version feature Disney villains as the bosses for each level. But the Japanese version uses Alice in Wonderland baddies while the US version uses a wider mix of Disney characters. In the Japanese versions, Mickey shoots balls of magic (sorcerer's apprentice style) but inexplicable uses Shuriken. There are other minor variations.

Both controller 1 controls Mickey and Minnie. Controller 2 controls Minnie and Mickey. This feature can be exploited to have each character operate somewhat independently. Minnie can fall down holes and lose a life, but is otherwise suffers no permanent effects from other hazards.
(Zerothis) - # 2009-07-25 03:32:42

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