|Mickey Mouse: Magic Wands!
|The Bugs Bunny Crazy Castle 3
Mickey Mouse: Magic Wands!, known in Japan as Mickey Mouse V: Mahou no Stick (ミッキーマウスV 魔法のステッキ, lit. "Mickey Mouse V: The Magical Stick") and known in Europe as Mickey Mouse V: Zauberstäbe!, is a 1998 puzzle/action game hybrid developed and published by Kemco in Japan on December 22, 1993. It was later published in North America by Nintendo in May 1998 in a version featuring the Super Game Boy support. It is the fifth installment in the Crazy Castle series.
It was the last game in Kemco's Mickey Mouse-based video games on their Crazy Castle series and the only title to be released in North America under its original title.
To save his friends, Mickey has to collect puzzle pieces that completes images of his Disney friends, including Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, Goofy and even obscure characters like Grandma Duck from the comic book series. To do this, Mickey has to wave his wand over crystals which conceal not only pieces of the image, but also items and even an occasional enemy. Each big level has ten small stages, each with at least one image to complete. Each tenth stage has an end boss to defeat. The image to complete in the tenth stage of each level reveals the Disney character being held captive by the end boss of that level.
One day, Mickey and his friends went for a walk in a forest. They became so distracted by all the natural beauty surrounding them, they got lost. Pretty soon, they discovered a haunted castle that belongs to the evil witch Yashja. The castle is full of tricks and traps and even magic wands to create ice and fire. Suddenly, a gaping hole opened up under Mickey's friends and they all fell in. Now Mickey has to save his friends, who are now being held captive by the witch.
In the ending, Mickey runs to the center of a long room and calls out for Minnie, who eventually answers. They meet and embrace each other. Then they go meet their Disney friends. Everyone says it's good they could return. Minnie thanks Mickey for saving her and the rest of their friends. Goofy then decides to take a picture of all the friends. After the picture snaps, the Disney characters are seen together in a big portrait.
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