Villains' Revenge (1999)

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In the bedroom is a door to the fantasy world, and imagination is the key to unlocking it. In this bedroom is Jiminy Cricket. Within this bedroom there are two kinds of play: the Storybook ... See full summary »

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Credited cast:
Eddie Carroll ...
Jiminy Cricket (voice) (as Eddie Caroll)
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Alice (voice)
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Blue Fairy (voice)
Kevin Schon ...
Elderly Peter Pan / In (voice)
Tony Pope ...
Out (voice)
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Captain Hook / Smee / White Rabbit / Ringmaster (voice)
Rest of cast listed alphabetically:
Louise Chamis ...
Wicked Queen / Witch (voice)
Paul Factora ...
Bumpy the Clown (voice)
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Prince Charming / Playing Cards (voice)
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Peter Pan (voice)
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In the bedroom is a door to the fantasy world, and imagination is the key to unlocking it. In this bedroom is Jiminy Cricket. Within this bedroom there are two kinds of play: the Storybook Games and the Enchanted Games. Jiminy Cricket as guide must journey into four of Disney's most beloved stories to restore the happy endings before the Villains take over forever. The fate of Peter Pan, Alice in Wonderland, Dumbo and Snow White rests in your hands. Written by <TrinaPreston3@aol.com>

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28 September 1999 (USA)  »

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Great for kids and Disney fans
6 February 2005 | by (CA) – See all my reviews

This is a fun CDROM that my cousins introduced me to while I babysat them in 1999. Playing it with them was really fun.

Jiminy Cricket gets bored reading the same IL' stories with happy endings, so he decides to have some fun by making you guess which endings he tore out of the book. But in doing that, he left the villains without their defeat and the heroes without their triumph. The Blue Fairy informs the cricket what he has done, so he and "you" have to go into the storybook, fight the villains and save the heroes.

There is a lot of fun to be had in the various games: have a swordfight with Captain Hook and thwart his hooligan crew, mix a True Love potion for Snow White using the Evil Queen's magic concoctions, save Dumbo from the mean clowns, and take Alice thru the topiary maze filled with danger. Just when you think everything's been taken care of, the villains steal the torn book pages and you face off with each villain firing projectiles at you: cannonballs, poisoned apples, custard pies and croquet balls!!! If you can somehow defeat the evildoers, you will be rewarded by magical toys and games which will be loads of fun.

Only problem I can think of with this game is that once it's played, it's the same scenario over and over. Some kids might tire of it after they've conquered it a few times. Still it's one of the better video games out there for kids.


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