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It’s about time for Mickey to show this crazed clock who’s really the boss.
Every time we see more of Disney’s Epic Mickey, the more reassured we are that the game is going to be as grand as its title implies. If you’ve been following our coverage of the game, then you already know the adventure begins when the iconic Mickey Mouse gets pulled by the evil Phantom Blot into a world of forgotten Disney creations. Unbeknownst to Mickey, he accidentally unleashed the Phantom Blot upon this world many years earlier, turning it into a region now known as the Wasteland. As Mickey and the Blot tumble into the Wasteland, they temporarily merge, which results in Mickey’s drippy- ink appearance that is seen in most of the game’s artwork and screenshots.
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Though Mickey manages to get away from the Phantom Blot, he winds up in a strange, moody, melancholy place that’s been ravaged by the Blot’s influence. The first locale you get to explore is Dark Beauty Castle—essentially the Wasteland version of Disneyland’s Sleeping Beauty Castle. It’s here that you’ll learn the Epic Mickey basics: double-jumping, spinning (by shaking the Wii Remote controller a la Super Mario Galaxy) to smash or interact with objects, and spraying paint and thinner from Mickey’s magical paintbrush to revive or destroy elements of the game world (including enemies, NPCs, and parts of the environment).
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Beyond Dark Beauty Castle are many other regions of the Wasteland, but to get to them you’ll have to travel through brief 2D platforming stages inspired by Mickey’s classic cartoon escapades. The initial one you’ll encounter is based on Mickey and the Beanstalk, in which Mickey—you guessed it—ascends a giant beanstalk. Other 2D stages are inspired by other cartoons, including the breakthrough black-andwhite hit Steamboat Willie. Though Disney has been showing Steamboat Willie levels since Epic Mickey’s debut, for this preview we got to play a brand-new stage based on the cartoon. Like the other Steamboat Willie stages, this one features springy chicken coops and hapless hanging heifers, but it also contains a sprint through a hazardous kitchen (beware the bouncing potatoes!) and a brief encounter with steamboat captain Peg-Leg Pete.
Upon completing the 2D action stage, we found ourselves facing off against the game’s first boss—a giant clock tower with a demented grin, crazy eyes, and massive arms that attempt to pound Mickey into the dirt while a warped version of “It’s a Small World” plays in the background. Epic Mickey creative director Warren Spector has consistently said he wants the game to be about players’ choices and consequences, and that holds true even in boss fights. If you aspire to be the gallant hero, you can coat the boss’s arms in paint—a challenging feat, since one arm can recover while you’re spraying the other—then climb the arms and paint the clock’s face to restore it to its normal, happy state. On the other hand, if you prefer to teach the boss a lesson, you can destroy its arms with thinner—which causes the boss’s limbs, as well as its face, to fall into the muck below so Mickey can use them as platforms. Depending on whether you beat the boss with paint or thinner, you’ll receive a permanent capacity upgrade for the corresponding substance.