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The music in the game is from Creator/YokoShimomura, who would return to Disney 12 years later as the composer for ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts''.

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The music in the game is from Creator/YokoShimomura, who would return to Disney 12 years later as the composer for ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts''.''Franchise/KingdomHearts''.


Back in the late 80s and early 90s, when Capcom was making numerous video games based on Disney franchises such as TV cartoons ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', and the movie ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', they decided to try their hand at a game based on Disneyland itself.

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Back in the late 80s and early 90s, when Capcom was making numerous video games based on Disney franchises such as TV cartoons ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales1987'' and ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', and the movie ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', they decided to try their hand at a game based on Disneyland itself.


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* Space MountainRide/SpaceMountain

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The music in the game is from Creator/YokoShimomura, who would return to Disney 12 years later as the composer for ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts''.


* PiratesOfTheCaribbean (created before the movie of the same name, and therefore not themed after it)

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* PiratesOfTheCaribbean Ride/PiratesOfTheCaribbean (created before the movie of the same name, and therefore not themed after it)


The first two of those rides play out as platformers, with slightly different rules - in PiratesOfTheCaribbean, you start out unarmed and must avoid enemies until you collect a candle, which you can then use infinite times, as you try to rescue all 6 hostages. In Ride/TheHauntedMansion, you have a limited supply of candles to use to fight ghosts, and your only goal is to reach the end. The other three games are straight-up minigame in their style.

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The first two of those rides play out as platformers, with slightly different rules - in PiratesOfTheCaribbean, Ride/PiratesOfTheCaribbean, you start out unarmed and must avoid enemies until you collect a candle, which you can then use infinite times, as you try to rescue all 6 hostages. In Ride/TheHauntedMansion, you have a limited supply of candles to use to fight ghosts, and your only goal is to reach the end. The other three games are straight-up minigame in their style.



* TheCameo: Some more of the rides can be seen here also. However, they can't be entered. Some of the more notable ones include Cinderella's Castle, It's A Small World, and the Disneyland Railroad (the tracks of which surround the overworld)

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* TheCameo: Some more of the rides can be seen here also. However, they can't be entered. Some of the more notable ones These include Cinderella's Castle, It's A a Small World, Jungle Cruise, and the Disneyland Railroad (the tracks of which surround the overworld) overworld). The entirety of Main Street USA is also here, right down to the type of shops, indicated by sprites.


''Adventures in the Magic Kingdom'' can be seen as an early precursor to ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'', or more accurately, ''VideoGame/KinectDisneylandAdventures''. You play the role of a boy whose name you determine, who explores the place and goes on rides that are essentially minigames, in an attempt to collect 6 keys to open the gate needed to start the Disneyland parade. You also meet a small handful of Disney characters.

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''Adventures in the Magic Kingdom'' can be seen as an early precursor to ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'', ''Franchise/KingdomHearts'', or more accurately, ''VideoGame/KinectDisneylandAdventures''. You play the role of a boy whose name you determine, who explores the place and goes on rides that are essentially minigames, in an attempt to collect 6 keys to open the gate needed to start the Disneyland parade. You also meet a small handful of Disney characters.


''Adventures in the Magic Kingdom'' can be seen as an early precursor to ''KingdomHearts'', or more accurately, ''KinectDisneylandAdventures''. You play the role of a boy whose name you determine, who explores the place and goes on rides that are essentially minigames, in an attempt to collect 6 keys to open the gate needed to start the Disneyland parade. You also meet a small handful of Disney characters.

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''Adventures in the Magic Kingdom'' can be seen as an early precursor to ''KingdomHearts'', ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'', or more accurately, ''KinectDisneylandAdventures''.''VideoGame/KinectDisneylandAdventures''. You play the role of a boy whose name you determine, who explores the place and goes on rides that are essentially minigames, in an attempt to collect 6 keys to open the gate needed to start the Disneyland parade. You also meet a small handful of Disney characters.


* TheHauntedMansion (also created before the movie)

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* TheHauntedMansion Ride/TheHauntedMansion (also created before the movie)



The first two of those rides play out as platformers, with slightly different rules - in PiratesOfTheCaribbean, you start out unarmed and must avoid enemies until you collect a candle, which you can then use infinite times, as you try to rescue all 6 hostages. In TheHauntedMansion, you have a limited supply of candles to use to fight ghosts, and your only goal is to reach the end. The other three games are straight-up minigame in their style.

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The first two of those rides play out as platformers, with slightly different rules - in PiratesOfTheCaribbean, you start out unarmed and must avoid enemies until you collect a candle, which you can then use infinite times, as you try to rescue all 6 hostages. In TheHauntedMansion, Ride/TheHauntedMansion, you have a limited supply of candles to use to fight ghosts, and your only goal is to reach the end. The other three games are straight-up minigame in their style.



* NeverSayDie: While TheHauntedMansion has a backstory involving ghosts that, according to Mickey, "might want you", any mention or direct implication of death is avoided. If you die, you simply get "I'm sorry, you'll have to try again." Even if it's a ghost saying it. Almost as if they're not really killing you. But then again, this ''is'' a theme park after all.

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* NeverSayDie: While TheHauntedMansion Ride/TheHauntedMansion has a backstory involving ghosts that, according to Mickey, "might want you", any mention or direct implication of death is avoided. If you die, you simply get "I'm sorry, you'll have to try again." Even if it's a ghost saying it. Almost as if they're not really killing you. But then again, this ''is'' a theme park after all.

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* TheCameo: Some more of the rides can be seen here also. However, they can't be entered. Some of the more notable ones include Cinderella's Castle, It's A Small World, and the Disneyland Railroad (the tracks of which surround the overworld)


Back in the late 80s and early 90s, when Capcom was making numerous video games based on Disney franchises such as TV cartoons ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', and the movie ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', they decided to try their hand at a game based on Disneyland itself.

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Back in the late 80s and early 90s, when Capcom was making numerous video games based on Disney franchises such as TV cartoons ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', ''WesternAnimation/ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', and the movie ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', they decided to try their hand at a game based on Disneyland itself.


* NeverSayDie: While TheHauntedMansion has a backstory involving ghosts that, according to Mickey, "might want you", any mention or direct implication of death is avoided. If you die, you simply get "I'm sorry, you'll have to try again." Even if it's a ghost saying it.

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* NeverSayDie: While TheHauntedMansion has a backstory involving ghosts that, according to Mickey, "might want you", any mention or direct implication of death is avoided. If you die, you simply get "I'm sorry, you'll have to try again." Even if it's a ghost saying it. Almost as if they're not really killing you. But then again, this ''is'' a theme park after all.


Back in the late 80s and early 90s, when Capcom was making numerous video games based on Disney franchises such as TV cartoons ''DuckTales'' and ''ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', and the movie ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', they decided to try their hand at a game based on Disneyland itself.

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Back in the late 80s and early 90s, when Capcom was making numerous video games based on Disney franchises such as TV cartoons ''DuckTales'' ''WesternAnimation/DuckTales'' and ''ChipNDaleRescueRangers'', and the movie ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'', they decided to try their hand at a game based on Disneyland itself.

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* OnlySmartPeopleMayPass: One of the keys requires you to answer a series of questions regarding Disney trivia; some of it can get quite obscure.

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