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Mickey Mousecapade

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Title Screen

Mickey Mousecapade

Also known as: Mickey Mouse: Fushigi no Kuni do Daibouken (JP), Mickey Mouse (title screen)
Developer: Hudson Soft
Publishers: Hudson Soft (JP), Capcom (US)
Platform: NES
Released in JP: March 6, 1987
Released in US: October 1988

LevelSelectIcon.png This game has a hidden level select.

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Regional differences and lots of them.

Mickey Mousecapade is the earliest known Disney-based video game to be released on the NES, and one of the few not developed by Capcom (although they did publish its American release).

Level Select

At the title screen, hold Select and one of the below buttons, then press Start to go to the corresponding level.

Button Level
Right Ocean
Left Woods
Down Pirate Ship
Up Castle

Regional Differences

Title Screen

Japan US
Mickey Mouse Fushigi no Kuni no Daibouken title.png Mickey Mousecapade Title.png

Level Names

Japan US
To Little House To Fun House
To The Ocean To The Ocean
To Woods Land To The Woods
To Never Land To Pirate Ship
To Queens Palace To The Castle


Most of the enemies and all of the bosses are Alice in Wonderland themed in the Japanese version. For the US version, they were changed to Mickey Mouse related enemies.

Japan US
Mickey mousecapade bosses jp-1.png Mickey mousecapade bosses us-1.png
Mickey mousecapade bosses jp-2.png Mickey mousecapade bosses us-2.png
Mickey mousecapade bosses jp-3.png Mickey mousecapade bosses us-3.png
Mickey mousecapade bosses jp-4.png Mickey mousecapade bosses us-4.png
Mickey mousecapade bosses jp-5.png Mickey mousecapade bosses us-5.png


  • You begin with more health in the US version.