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Adventures in the Magic Kingdom (1990)

You are called upon to search the Magic Kingdom for six keys that will open the main gate and allow the marching band to start. Five of these keys are found in attractions, whereas the ... See full summary »
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You are called upon to search the Magic Kingdom for six keys that will open the main gate and allow the marching band to start. Five of these keys are found in attractions, whereas the sixth will require a little knowledge of Disney trivia. Written by Andrew Rae

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Disney's Adventures in the Magic Kingdom See more »

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An Underrated Game
10 November 2005 | by norse76See all my reviews

I have fond memories of picking up this game at a local Toys R Us in the heyday of the NES. I think most people would look at a game like this and think, "What a shameless attempt to cash in on the Disneyland theme park!" I, however, really enjoyed this game. It featured attraction-inspired stages such as Pirates of the Caribbean, the Haunted Mansion, and Space Mountain. Although in most respects a straight forward platformer, it also included reflex tests (Space Mountain's "push the D-pad in the direction of the arrows that appear on-screen) and even a racing stage (Autopia). The goal was to beat each level and collect a golden key to open Sleeping Beauty's castle. Graphically, for it's time, the game featured some impressive visuals, most notably in the Haunted Mansion level in which the busts produced some pretty cool facial expressions. Initially, the game could become quite frustrating, especially the Space Mountain portion of the game. But, after awhile, I had no problem beating the game within a half an hour. And yet, I still found myself playing it months afterward. An underrated game and yet another feather in Capcom's cap.


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