Adventures in the Magic Kingdom

Adventures In The Magic Kingdom

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Adventures in the Magic Kingdom is a video game released in 1990 for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Its soundtrack was composed by Yoko Shimomura who also scored the Kingdom Hearts series.


The game places you as a non-choosable main character. Goofy left the golden key for the castle gate inside, and Mickey Mouse asks your help to find six silver keys needed to open the Cinderella Castle gate and allow the Disney parade to begin. The player must complete five different stages, modeled after rides in Disney theme parks, as well as a trivia quest in order to retrieve the keys. Following this, Mickey congratulates the player and the parade begins.

Although the cover art and title suggest that the game is intended to depict the Magic Kingdom in Walt Disney World, the location of attractions within the in-game overworld map suggests a layout more akin to Disneyland in Anaheim, California.


Each stage is a park ride and the player may choose which stage to play by walking around the park. The stages vary in difficulty and in gameplay, and can be completed in any order. The six stages are the following:


The player controls a speed car in a race against the villainous Panhandle Pete, who has stolen one of the silver keys. The game play is from a top-down perspective and players must avoid various obstacles during the race.

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