History VideoGame / MickeyMousecapade

29th Jul '17 1:13:42 PM nombretomado
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''Mickey Mousecapade'', or ''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland'' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known Creator/{{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse Mickey]] and WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.

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''Mickey Mousecapade'', or ''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland'' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known Creator/{{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse Mickey]] and WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.
20th Jun '17 7:05:48 AM Dedars1
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* DolledUpInstallment: A variation: The game itself was already a Mickey game, but many changes were made for the localization, most notably in the enemies. Both versions make use of Disney villains for bosses but not one of them is present in both versions. For example, the Cheshire Cat from ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' is the first boss in the Japanese version, but in the US version he was replaced by a witch. Many Disney characters who appear as regular foes in the Japanese version were also replaced in the U.S. version by other Disney baddies. The Japanese version was based, first and foremost, on ''Alice in Wonderland'' and most references about Disney on this version derive from the same movie, although some references to ''Disney/PeterPan'' are also made, such as having Captain Hook as the fourth boss in the game, in which the level is themed to a pirate ship. The U.S. localization used a more varied formula, with enemies coming from such Disney films as ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' (the boss of the third level is Kaa) and ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' (the final boss is Maleficent). Also, in the U.S., the boss of the pirate ship level is a pirate version of {{Pete}}.

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* DolledUpInstallment: A variation: The game itself was already a Mickey game, but many changes were made for the localization, most notably in the enemies. Both versions make use of Disney villains for bosses but not one of them is present in both versions. For example, the Cheshire Cat from ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' is the first boss in the Japanese version, but in the US version he was replaced by a witch.[[AdaptationalVillainy Witch Hazel]]. Many Disney characters who appear as regular foes in the Japanese version were also replaced in the U.S. version by other Disney baddies. The Japanese version was based, first and foremost, on ''Alice in Wonderland'' and most references about Disney on this version derive from the same movie, although some references to ''Disney/PeterPan'' are also made, such as having Captain Hook as the fourth boss in the game, in which the level is themed to a pirate ship. The U.S. localization used a more varied formula, with enemies coming from such Disney films as ''Disney/TheJungleBook'' (the boss of the third level is Kaa) and ''Disney/SleepingBeauty'' (the final boss is Maleficent). Also, in the U.S., the boss of the pirate ship level is a pirate version of {{Pete}}.
8th Apr '17 5:02:33 PM DecafGrub47393
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A ROM hack that replaces the characters with the cast of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' was released in 2016.

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A ROM hack that replaces the characters with the cast of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' was released in 2016.
2016. In that version, Doofenshmirtz had kidnapped Candace. Phineas, Ferb, Isabella, Buford, Perry and Pinky team up to save Candace.
8th Apr '17 5:01:25 PM DecafGrub47393
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A ROM hack that replaces the characters with the cast of ''WesternAnimation/PhineasAndFerb'' was released in 2016.
11th Mar '17 4:59:19 PM nombretomado
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''Mickey Mousecapade'', or ''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland'' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known Creator/{{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[MickeyMouse Mickey]] and MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.

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''Mickey Mousecapade'', or ''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland'' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known Creator/{{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[MickeyMouse [[WesternAnimation/MickeyMouse Mickey]] and MinnieMouse WesternAnimation/MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.
16th Feb '16 10:17:17 AM eroock
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'''''Mickey Mousecapade''''', or '''''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland''''' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known Creator/{{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[MickeyMouse Mickey]] and MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.

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'''''Mickey Mousecapade''''', ''Mickey Mousecapade'', or '''''Mickey ''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland''''' Wonderland'' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known Creator/{{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[MickeyMouse Mickey]] and MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.
24th Jan '16 11:58:59 AM GrammarNavi
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In gameplay terms, the game is a fairly standard side-scrolling platformer, with Mickey and Minnie navigating jumping puzzles, collecting keys to unlock doors and shooting nondescript "stars" at enemies. This might have been a surprise to any parents who were hoping for something less violence-intensive than, say, SuperMarioBros. Minnie lagged slightly behind Mickey, much like the second Ice Climber in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'', and could occasionally be kidnapped by a random bird, forcing Mickey to get her back.

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In gameplay terms, the game is a fairly standard side-scrolling platformer, with Mickey and Minnie navigating jumping puzzles, collecting keys to unlock doors and shooting nondescript "stars" at enemies. This might have been a surprise to any parents who were hoping for something less violence-intensive than, say, SuperMarioBros. ''SuperMarioBros'' Minnie lagged slightly behind Mickey, much like the second Ice Climber in ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'', and could occasionally be kidnapped by a random bird, forcing Mickey to get her back.
24th Jan '16 11:57:54 AM GrammarNavi
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In gameplay terms, the game is a fairly standard side-scrolling platformer, with Mickey and Minnie navigating jumping puzzles, collecting keys to unlock doors and shooting nondescript "stars" at enemies. This might have been a surprise to any parents who were hoping for something less violence-intensive than, say, SuperMarioBros. Minnie lagged slightly behind Mickey, much like the second Ice Climber in ''SuperSmashBros Melee'', and could occasionally be kidnapped by a random bird, forcing Mickey to get her back.

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In gameplay terms, the game is a fairly standard side-scrolling platformer, with Mickey and Minnie navigating jumping puzzles, collecting keys to unlock doors and shooting nondescript "stars" at enemies. This might have been a surprise to any parents who were hoping for something less violence-intensive than, say, SuperMarioBros. Minnie lagged slightly behind Mickey, much like the second Ice Climber in ''SuperSmashBros Melee'', ''[[VideoGame/SuperSmashBros Super Smash Bros. Melee]]'', and could occasionally be kidnapped by a random bird, forcing Mickey to get her back.
5th Jan '16 2:53:27 PM BlackBaroness
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* ClimaxBoss: Pete (US version) and Captain Hook (Japanese version), being the fourth out of five bosses and appearing in the shortest level in the game. The former even appears on the US box art.
21st Oct '15 6:00:14 PM nombretomado
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'''''Mickey Mousecapade''''', or '''''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland''''' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known {{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[MickeyMouse Mickey]] and MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.

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'''''Mickey Mousecapade''''', or '''''Mickey Mouse: Adventures in Wonderland''''' as it was originally titled in Japan, is the earliest known {{Disney}}-based Creator/{{Disney}}-based video game to be released on the NintendoEntertainmentSystem, and one of the few not developed by {{Capcom}} (although they did publish its American release, it was developed by HudsonSoft). The game follows [[MickeyMouse Mickey]] and MinnieMouse as they venture through Wonderland to find their mystery friend, who is being held captive by the evil [[strike:Queen of Hearts]] Maleficent. Along the way, though, a lot of the creatures they encounter have decided for no apparent reason that the mice need to be exterminated, so Mickey and Minnie have to fight these creatures off as they look for their friend.
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