History VideoGame / DisneysMagicalQuest

11th Mar '16 10:42:58 AM DrNoPuma
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* WilyWalrus: In ''The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse'', the boss of [[SlippySlideyIceWorld Snow Valley]] is an anthropomorphic, ice-skating walrus who tries to run over Mickey.
12th Feb '16 2:06:57 PM Morgenthaler
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* MythologyGag: Mickey's climbing outfit in ''Magical Quest 3'' is the outfit he wore in ''BraveLittleTailor''.

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* MythologyGag: Mickey's climbing outfit in ''Magical Quest 3'' is the outfit he wore in ''BraveLittleTailor''.''Disney/BraveLittleTailor''.
3rd Jan '16 7:39:54 AM Shadowgazer
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* Pete is always cast with imposing titles like ''Emperor'' or ''Baron'', holes up in a dark, ominous castle that looms over the rest of the colorful world, and practices black magic. His only really "evil" acts, like kidnapping Pluto or wrecking the circus, are more like jerkass moves with his only motive [[ForTheEvulz being because he can]].

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* ** Pete is always cast with imposing titles like ''Emperor'' or ''Baron'', holes up in a dark, ominous castle that looms over the rest of the colorful world, and practices black magic. His only really "evil" acts, like kidnapping Pluto or wrecking the circus, are more like jerkass moves with his only motive [[ForTheEvulz being because he can]].
3rd Jan '16 7:38:37 AM Shadowgazer
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** Also doubles as a DesignatedVillain. Pete is always cast with imposing titles like ''Emperor'' or ''Baron'', holes up in a dark, ominous castle that looms over the rest of the colorful world, and practices black magic. His only really "evil" acts, like kidnapping Pluto or wrecking the circus, are more like jerkass moves with his only motive [[ForTheEvulz being because he can]].

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** Also doubles as a DesignatedVillain. * Pete is always cast with imposing titles like ''Emperor'' or ''Baron'', holes up in a dark, ominous castle that looms over the rest of the colorful world, and practices black magic. His only really "evil" acts, like kidnapping Pluto or wrecking the circus, are more like jerkass moves with his only motive [[ForTheEvulz being because he can]].
15th Dec '15 4:43:27 PM MHarrington
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* WickedWeasel: They serve as recurring mid-bosses throughout the second game.
29th Nov '15 5:50:00 PM nombretomado
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* MultiPlatform: ''The Great Circus Mystery'' was the only game in the trilogy that was also released on a [[SegaGenesis Sega console]].

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* MultiPlatform: ''The Great Circus Mystery'' was the only game in the trilogy that was also released on a [[SegaGenesis [[UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis Sega console]].
28th Nov '15 12:51:56 PM MHarrington
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* SkyPirates: A literal example, with the fourth stage of the third game taking place inside an airship, aboard which Mickey and/or Donald battle enemies dressed in pirate garb.
19th Sep '15 5:00:47 PM nombretomado
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* UpdatedReRelease: The GBA port of the first game adds Minnie as a playable character, multiplayer minigames, and a unlockable password for use in the ''Magical Mirror'' GameCube game. All three ports also feature a Save option.

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* UpdatedReRelease: The GBA port of the first game adds Minnie as a playable character, multiplayer minigames, and a unlockable password for use in the ''Magical Mirror'' GameCube [[UsefulNotes/NintendoGameCube GameCube]] game. All three ports also feature a Save option.
21st Jun '15 2:37:54 PM MisterCPC
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* EarlyInstallmentWeirdness: It takes a little while longer to collect all the costumes in the first game than in the two sequels. For example, while in the second and third games the first costume is received after defeating a mini-boss in the first level, Mickey doesn't get his first costume in the first game until he gets to the second level.
21st Feb '15 10:58:27 AM Tailikku
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* ContinuityNod: In ''The Great Circus Mystery'' (''Disney's Magical Quest 2''), you get to fight a living painting of Emperor Pete, the final boss from the first ''Magical Quest'', complete with the [[MusicalNod same music]]. In ''Magical Quest 3'', you get to see statues of Baron Pete, the final boss from the second game, at the start of Pete's Castle.

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* ContinuityNod: In ''The Great Circus Mystery'' (''Disney's Magical Quest 2''), you get to fight a living painting of Emperor Pete, the final boss from the first ''Magical Quest'', complete with the [[MusicalNod same music]]. In ''Magical Quest 3'', you get to see statues of Baron Pete, the final boss from the second game, at the start of Pete's Castle. The fight against King Pete uses a mashup of both phases against Baron Pete as well.
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