game is basically a history lesson of Mickey Mouse's cartoon adventures from way
back at the beginning of his life with the black and white version of Steam Boat
Viewed from a side-on perspective, with a few 3D sections
thrown in for good measure, Mickey's Wild Adventure is a platform game that
follows the traditional format for this genre, collecting items, swinging over
hazards and zapping baddies.
Most of the levels are short and involve
manoeuvering across a number of hazards towards to the exit door on the right
hand side of the screen, and because of this you will probably complete the
whole game in a couple of days.
The graphics are of a standard expected
from an associated Walt Disney character as they are sharp, bright and colorful.
The opening level has a nice touch to it as it begins in black and white before
color gradually seeps onto the screen.
played Mickeys Wild Adventure on the Mega drive about 3 years ago and surprise,
surprise, the 32-bit version is almost identical. The game is fine to play but
I cannot understand why it was converted onto the Playstation. Essentially for
the kids, so you would be better off picking up a cheap 16-bit version.