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Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse - Nintendo Super NES

by Sony
Platform : Nintendo Super NES
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Mickey mania snes

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  • ASIN: B000035Y5A
  • Product Dimensions: 8 x 4 x 10 inches ; 5 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #24,698 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
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  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By M. Perez on August 6, 2012
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This is a great game for Mickey fans and a decent game also. It goes through several of Mickey's greatest adventures from the famous Steamboat Willie to the more obscure Mad Doctor, which only came out in an old comic, never on television. The cameos are great and it's fun to see all the easter eggs in the levels.

The gameplay is good but not perfect. The character moves exactly how you control him but I wish he could run sometimes. It's okay for casual players but harcore players will feel unsatisfied. The jumping feels a little off and sometimes you end up missing a platform or getting hurt by an enemy if your jump is at an angle. You only use two buttons, to jump and to attack. That is okay for something like NES, but the SNES has 4 more buttons that are gone unnoticed. I wish they could have added more to the control scheme, like a run button!

The replay value is still high though, but mostly for the nostalgic factor. It's great to see the Mad Doctor's first appearence in a videogame before Epic Mickey. Overall, it is fun, but not too challenging and the controls could use some work.
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This game is ...for lack of a better word, beautiful crap. I don't know what the other reviewers are playing but this game is POORLY programed right from the start and has very little incentive to play it, if any at all. First and foremost, the hit detection is poor, however, enemies hurting you is inevitable no matter how hard you try to avoid any damage. There's NO way to avoid some of these obstacles. You only get 5 bars of energy in form of Mickey's glove, which is cute and all but only 5 bars means you're going to be watching that loading screen way too often (which is another big issue). A LOADING SCREEN? For a cart game? You'd think you were playing a PS1 CD based game ffs! Stupid on the part of the game programmers. There's also an issue with the jump feature. If you hold the jump button down for longer than a tap, Mickey keeps jumping. What this means is, say if you need to jump on a ledge (and fast before the fire gets you) you're going to notice repetitious poor jumps which will have you jump too short a distance. It's very annoying and inexcusable. They could have modeled the action just as it is in Super Mario World. You hold down the jump for a second, Mario only jumps once. This game is PAINFULLY difficult for a Mickey Mouse game. Seriously...WHAT WERE THEY THINKING!? This is a Mickey Mouse game. Clearly geared for kids, though I can't imagine any kid being able to sit through the tedious programming and actually have fun?! I don't know...maybe I'm different. I wasn't expecting a painfully difficult game with Mickey Mouse in it.
Lastly...the ending to your trek. You think after all that hell you went through, you'd be rewarded with a cool ending. NOPE. You get nothing but a message stating to be on the look out for Mickey's next game. That's it. Game over.
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Mickey Mania was one of the last games Sony had created before the company went on to make the Playstation. The music and sounds have a higher quality than the Genesis version, but there are loading times in between levels.

The first level takes you to the iconic Steamboat Willie cartoon. However, if you think that the first level is supposed to be simple, think again. There are numerous obstacles that are most likely to hurt you. If you get hit, you are only invincible for half a second. What makes the gameplay become fun is when you start collecting these spheres and then later throw them at enemies. You soon encounter ol' timey Pete, but he actually isn't the boss. Hit him 4 times and use him as a spring to bounce over a pile of crates. The REAL first boss is the machinery. You must destroy 4 gears by hitting them 5 times (3 times for the top ones) The boss, at first, plays incredibly hard, since the crates drop bombs on you. However, you don't find out til later to figure out that you can just jump to avoid getting blown up. After the boss, Mickey appears with Steamboat Willie. Then the text says "Congratulations! Mickey has rescued Steamboat Willie!" What? He was kidnapped?

The second level is, one of my favorites, The Mad Doctor. Right when you encounter a skeleton, things get hard. When the skeletons get destroyed, their bones fly up and fall down, but you actually had to avoid colliding with them. There are several portions of this level. After the first part, the second part contains rope swinging over lava. The third has you ride a runaway mine cart, but you must jump over the incoming spike balls. There's also this part where you must perform chemistry.
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By Shirley Hobbs, Iowa on February 25, 2013
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There is a "glitch" in the game at level 3, part 2. The grass, water, and rocks do not appear. And the level seem shorter then it orignally did when I played it years ago on my "lost" game. The seller did not mention this in his write-up
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i looked for this game with my brother fore a year or 2 and found it for 200 dolars sumwair els then i found it hear and boght it instantly its a badass game desently hard good famly values and no blood and gore
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