Mickey Mouse: The Video Game
Mickey Mouse The Video Game Box Art 2
Box Art (Bandai PocketTurbo Plus)
Developer Virgin Interactive
Publisher Disney Interactive
Platform Bandai Revolution
Bandai PocketTurbo Plus
Genre Platform
Modes 1 Player
Ratings E for Everyone

Mickey Mouse: The Video Game (also known as Mickey Mouse) is a platforming and puzzle game based on the TV series of the same name developed by Virgin Interactive and published by Disney Interactive for the Bandai Revolution and Bandai PocketTurbo Plus. The game is unlike any other, it's both a platforming and puzzle game that switches everytime you progress in the game. Each stage is based on an episode of the show.

The platforming elements are similar to Ren & Stimpy Veediots for Super Nintendo, while the puzzle elements are similar Goof Troop also for Super Nintendo.


The only character you play as in the game is Mickey Mouse.


The platforming stages have the same controls as Veediots, but you can now carry 2 items with you.


See Goof Troop Gameplay

The only difference is after you have completed the puzzle stages, you right away go back to the platform stages.


There are 4 stages with 2 platforming stages, a puzzle stage in the middle, and a boss stage each based on an episode of the show:

Stage 1: Down the Hatch
Stage 2: The Boiler Room
Stage 3: Yodelberg
Stage 4: Potatoland

Box ArtEdit

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