In Adventures in the Magic Kingdom, players will explore Disneyland park and meet some of Disney’s famous characters. This unique adventure game was first available on June 1, 1990, on NES. It appears in five different regions around the world like North America, Australasia, the United Kingdom, Scandinavia, and France. The fantasy theme park is built on famous real-life parks like Tokyo Disneyland or the Magic Kingdom.
The game’s story takes place with an important task, a large parade was in the park. However, an incident occurred, the silver keys which used to open the Cinderella Castle’s gates disappeared. Mickey Mouse could not start the parade until this gate was opened. Therefore, players have to search around DisneyLand to collect six silver keys and help Mickey complete the show.
In Adventures in the Magic Kingdom, players will have to move through five different areas in the park, and each will bring unique challenges. Besides, successfully conquering each area will help you find a silver key. To collect the sixth key and complete the challenge, the player has to complete some special puzzles (involving Disney characters and cartoons). They will be provided by the children in the park. Answering the right questions will help you find the location to hide the sixth key. In the five areas, there are two areas that offer a challenging scene, two others with driving missions from above and another with combat missions in the first perspective. The challenging scene will take place at Haunted Mansion and Pirates of the Caribbean. In the Haunted Mansion, players will defeat the ghosts by throwing candles at the enemy. The Pirates of the Caribbean area offers to rescue six villagers on an island from piracy. Next, two driving challenges take place at Autopia and Big Thunder Mountain. The objective is to move to the required location and to avoid obstacles. Finally, Space Mountain will offer a first-person shooter challenge, and the mission is to overcome the asteroids while destroying enemy spacecraft with the phaser.