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* ButtMonkey: Donald, as usual. In co-op play he gets stuck in some openings and needs the Mickey player to pull him through, and the unique areas in his solo campaign tend to be harder than the ones in Mickey's.

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* PalmtreePanic: Donald's version of Level 3 has him hopping across islands, floating barrels, and inflated rafts across a tropical sea. [[SuperDrowningSkills Falling in the water]] [[NeverSayDie costs Donald a try]]; so much for being a duck.


** The second boss is [[Film/PetesDragon1977 Eliot]], although [[OffModel smaller and purple]].

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** The second boss is [[Film/PetesDragon1977 Eliot]], Elliot]], although [[OffModel smaller and purple]].


** The second boss is [[''Film/PetesDragon1977'' Eliot]], although [[OffModel smaller and purple]].

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** The second boss is [[''Film/PetesDragon1977'' [[Film/PetesDragon1977 Eliot]], although [[OffModel smaller and purple]].


** The second boss is Eliot from ''Film/PetesDragon1977'', although [[OffModel smaller and purple]].

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** The second boss is Eliot from ''Film/PetesDragon1977'', [[''Film/PetesDragon1977'' Eliot]], although [[OffModel smaller and purple]].

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** The second boss is Eliot from ''Film/PetesDragon1977'', although [[OffModel smaller and purple]].


''World of Illusion'' is also the first video game in which Mickey and Donald are both voiced, by Disney regulars Creator/WayneAllwine andCreator/TonyAnselmo no less, even though the only things they say are, "Alakazam!", "Ouch!" and "Wow!"

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''World of Illusion'' is also the first video game in which Mickey and Donald are both voiced, by Disney regulars Creator/WayneAllwine andCreator/TonyAnselmo and Creator/TonyAnselmo no less, even though the only things they say are, "Alakazam!", "Ouch!" and "Wow!"


''World of Illusion'' is also the first video game in which Mickey and Donald are both voiced, by Disney regulars Wayne Allwine and Tony Anselmo no less, even though the only things they say are, "Alakazam!", "Ouch!" and "Wow!"

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''World of Illusion'' is also the first video game in which Mickey and Donald are both voiced, by Disney regulars Wayne Allwine and Tony Anselmo Creator/WayneAllwine andCreator/TonyAnselmo no less, even though the only things they say are, "Alakazam!", "Ouch!" and "Wow!"


* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: When Donald enters the world inside a book, he finds enemies made out of their name's letters.

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* ExactlyWhatItSaysOnTheTin: When Donald enters the world inside a book, book in Level 4, he finds enemies made out of their name's letters.



* HelpImStuck: There are a few parts in the game where Donald can get stuck, and Mickey has to pull him through.

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* GoldenEnding: If two players beat the game in Co-Op, both Mickey and Donald play their magic acts from their individual endings one after another.
* HelpImStuck: There are a few parts in the game where Donald can get stuck, and Mickey has to pull him through. One part in Level 3 requires him to literally leave an area just because he couldn't fit through a gap that Mickey could get through.



* LevelAte: The giant cookie box level.

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* LevelAte: The giant cookie box level.segment at the end of Level 4.



* OxygenatedUnderwaterBubbles: Mickey and Donald travel underwater inside one during the underwater level. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] because they're bubbles formed by magic.

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* OxygenatedUnderwaterBubbles: Mickey and Donald travel underwater inside one during the underwater level.Level 3. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] because they're bubbles formed by magic.



** You fight a shark in a sunken ship wreck much like ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
** Once you jump out of the fishbowl you can see a fimilar fish inside it, [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Cleo]].
** [[Disney/TheSwordInTheStone Madam Mim]] is the boss of the Cookie Box level.
** An entire level is pretty much dominated by ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' references, from the level design and music to the playing card guards and the strange Mad Hatter chess pieces chasing you.
* {{Stage Magician}}s: What our heroes were practicing for before being trapped in another land.

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** You fight a shark in a sunken ship wreck in Level 3 much like ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid''.
** Once you jump out of the fishbowl fishbowl, you can see a fimilar fish inside it, it: [[Disney/{{Pinocchio}} Cleo]].
Cleo]]. Cleo also appears a few times through Level 3.
** [[Disney/TheSwordInTheStone Madam Mim]] is the boss of Level 4, fought in the Cookie Box level.
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** An entire level The beginning of Level 5 is pretty much dominated by ''Disney/AliceInWonderland'' references, from the level design and music to the playing card guards and the strange Mad Hatter chess pieces chasing you.
* {{Stage Magician}}s: What our heroes were practicing for before being trapped in another land. [[spoiler:They return to reality just in time for a performance]].



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%%* TrappedInAnotherWorld* TrappedInAnotherWorld: What happens to the main duo, forcing them to fight through a variety of different worlds just to return to the real world.


''World of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck'' is the 1992 sequel to ''VideoGame/CastleOfIllusion'' developed once again by {{Sega}}. It featured the titular duo being trapped in a magical world and their attempt to escape.

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''World of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck'' is the 1992 sequel to ''VideoGame/CastleOfIllusion'' developed once again by {{Sega}}.Creator/{{Sega}}. It featured the titular duo being trapped in a magical world and their attempt to escape.


* OxygenatedUnderwaterBubbles: Mickey and Donald travel underwater inside one during the underwater level.

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* OxygenatedUnderwaterBubbles: Mickey and Donald travel underwater inside one during the underwater level. [[JustifiedTrope Justified]] because they're bubbles formed by magic.


''World of Illusion'' is also the first video game in which Mickey and Donald are both voiced, by Disney regulars Wayne Allwine and Tony Anselmo no less, even though the only things they say are, "Alakazam!", "Ouch!" and "Wow!"
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* NoobBridge: The first level has a vertical section with ramps. In single-player mode, these ramps have weights which allow the player to reach the top with ease. In two-player mode, these weights are gone, forcing the players to cooperate for the first time: one player is used as the weight, then the other drops a rope to help the "weight" reach the next tier.


''World of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck'' is the 1992 sequel to ''CastleOfIllusion'' developed once again by {{Sega}}. It featured the titular duo being trapped in a magical world and their attempt to escape.

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''World of Illusion: Starring Mickey Mouse & Donald Duck'' is the 1992 sequel to ''CastleOfIllusion'' ''VideoGame/CastleOfIllusion'' developed once again by {{Sega}}. It featured the titular duo being trapped in a magical world and their attempt to escape.


''WorldOfIllusion:'' ''[[MickeyMouse Starring Mickey Mouse]]'' ''[[DonaldDuck & Donald Duck]]'' is the 1992 sequel to ''CastleOfIllusion'' developed once again by {{Sega}}. It featured the titular duo being trapped in a magical world and their attempt to escape.

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''WorldOfIllusion:'' ''[[MickeyMouse
''World of Illusion:
Starring Mickey Mouse]]'' ''[[DonaldDuck Mouse & Donald Duck]]'' Duck'' is the 1992 sequel to ''CastleOfIllusion'' developed once again by {{Sega}}. It featured the titular duo being trapped in a magical world and their attempt to escape.



Gameplay was similar to the ''CastleOfIllusion'' but without throwing projectiles and featuring co-operative play, more levels, better sound and graphics. Able to play as either Mickey or Donald solo, the game was actually slighty different depending on what character the player chose to control (Donald's solo levels are a bit harder than Mickey's solo levels). It even had unique co-op sections (2-player mode only).

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Gameplay was similar to the ''CastleOfIllusion'' ''VideoGame/CastleOfIllusion'' but without throwing projectiles and featuring co-operative play, more levels, better sound and graphics. Able to play as either Mickey or Donald solo, the game was actually slighty different depending on what character the player chose to control (Donald's solo levels are a bit harder than Mickey's solo levels). It even had unique co-op sections (2-player mode only).

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