grossblood's The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse (Super Nintendo Entertainment System) review

Pretty decent platformer

For a child in is 7's, the magical quest starring mickey mouse was the perfect fit in more ways than one. Though a bit difficult, the game was able to create a good variety in colourful environments, whether it be deep with a lush green vine ridden forests or across the vast frozen, yet beautiful aurora of the arctic. The platforming alone was sub-par but what made the game were the epic boss battles that would grace the end of most of the levels.

All in all, the game is full of color and imagination, and had just enough toughness in it to make a bored kid want to play it start to finish over and over again.

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