Summary: This is a wonderful looking game with beautiful and fluid sprite animation. The platforming is reminiscent of early Disney platformers such as Castle of Illusion and Duck Tales. The levels are colorful and the with a variety of worlds from various Disney franchises, however, the fetch quests can...
Summary: As a continuation of the series started with Castle of Illusion, this has more than enough to fire all nostalgia for fans of earlier Mickey games. The controls and character handling are identical, and the basic gameplay is also very much the same.
Summary: My toddler was excited to received this game. This game is designed for children who can read or parental help with reading the story and instructions. My toddler is only three years old so, we play this game together and its fun. It reminds me of Super Mario Bros. and its full of adventure.
Ryan Sil. (Gamer & freelance PC/Android indie dev), Amazon
30 December 2014
Summary: If there's one thing I can give credit for, it's that the game helped acknowledge that Mickey Mouse wasn't , but once appealed to everybody with . It also (re)introduced many Disney obscurities to the public, including a certain Lucky Rabbit.
Summary: "Santa" brought this game for my 9yo son. He's not a big fan of Mickey but it came in a bundle so, he got it anyway. It held his attention for about a day. Which is pretty good for boy-time. The game play i observed was pretty cool. Wasn't cheesy like i thought it might be.