One of Sega/Disney's Best Games.
This game succeeds in a lot of areas. The graphics are incredibly well detailed, with fluid animation, unique special effects, and diverse backgrounds. The music is catchy and appropriate for each level with plenty of the standard platform sound effects. The challenges throughout the game are interesting, and the control handles well, with no pause or delay in gameplay.
The game handles at a leisurely pace. While there is challenge and things to do, Mickey seems to be taking his time throughout the levels, even though he's trying to save Minnie from a Witch. This is also a fairly simple game, so it will be possible to complete this in one sitting.
The Bottom Line
Simply put, it's a beautiful game, and shows off the graphic capabilities of the Genesis. The light and water effects found in this game were generally unheard of at this time, and even by today's standards, it's still a fun game to play and an appealing title to look at. This is definitely a recommended title for those who enjoy Disney games, and just a well-rounded Sega platformer in general. Whether a Mickey fan or not, this game has something to offer gamers.