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- Disney's Magical Quest, known in Japan as Mickey's Magical Adventure
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on August 20, 2010
Many may not remember this game, but I sure do. I remember playing it over a friends home when I was a little child. When I received a Super Nintendo recently as a birthday gift from a friend, I knew I had to have this game for my collection. The game itself is imaginative and colorful. It is also challenging, for those that like a good puzzle. The game offers a two-player mode as well, and it definitely makes fighting the bosses in this game easier. My sister and I have played this game, and it's a great way to spend family time and to develop communication and teamwork. It's very entertaining as it is fun. Owning this game has helped to keep the inner child in me alive, as Disney should be doing. I am very proud to have this game in my collection and would recommend it to any Disney fan, from child to adult. If you still own a SNES, I recommend you get this game for your collection, before it disappears...
on December 28, 2011
This is #2 of 3 in the Amazing "Magical Quest" series for SNES. This has basically the same great gameplay of the first "Magical Quest Starring Mickey." Run & Jump, power up with different suits. I'm not gonna go too in depth, as I just reviewed the first one, but this game maintains ALL of the integrity of it's precursor. The great improvement is the password system. Once again, I consider these games to be pretty easy, and Circus Mystery is by far the easiest. I can complete this in just over an hour, no prob. But I like to have the option to skip around and play certain levels whenever I want. One other minor difference is you have the option to play as Minnie. But NOBODY wants to be the girl! :-P...great game