The game does seem to actually be pretty unique, which is rare for a licensed title. I've seen some people compare it to Super Mario Sunshine, but the gameplay is arguably better and the story and art direction is way beyond anything that Mario, or really even Nintendo, has ever achieved. There aren't too many painting games out there, except for a new indie title called Chicory. And most games with morality systems aren't platformers, except for Shadow the Hedgehog. And that's apparently not a very solid game. So what do you think is Epic Mickey most like?
What's on your mind?
What is everyone's favorite track from Epic Mickey 1 and 2?
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Is there a section in the wiki where having the manual for epic mickey 2 for the wii U would help you guys? If I can find it I’ll post some images to whoever wants to have them.
Hello, I’m just searching for 2 locations I remember being stuck in epic mickey 2, one is a big place full of crystals and the other being a room with lava and a sort of monster/creature in the middle. If anyone has the names I’d love it very much as I have 0 memories of the names of the places in epic mickey 2.
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In the coming weeks, I will be seeking to adopt the wiki. Currently, most of the other admins have not been active since 2018 or earlier, and though GremlinPrescott (the current bureaucrat) made an edit as recently of January 2020, their last continuous activity was over three years ago. Efforts to contact them have been unsuccessful for over a year.
A successful adoption means I would be granted the ability to modify user and bot rights, thus allowing new administrators and content moderators to be appointed in the case of an activity influx.
If the adoption request goes through, little will change for editors. Some of the previous admins may get their permissions removed, but will be welcomed back should they ever return. I will continue to keep an eye on the wiki as I have for years and the editing rules and guidelines will not substantially change.
Because wikis belong to their communities and not the administrators, your feedback is needed before I proceed. Please voice your opinions, thoughts, and concerns in this thread until April 27th, when a proper vote will be held on whether to proceed with the adoption request. Even if you're only a casual reader of the wiki, your feedback is valued.
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I am developing a HTML5 Epic Mickey fan-made game project. It is put on hold for right now because I have another game I am developing.
I will post some screenshots below, the title of the game may change depending if I get board of it.
I am upscaling a ton of Epic Mickey (1 and 2) concept art I just want to post some here
baron von kaboom: a forgotten toon who only appeared in a short cartoon called Mickey vs the baron of bombs
lantern wraith: a forgotten toon who only appeared in a short cartoon called the night shift in the graveyard
Bellhop Benny: a forgotten toon who only appeared in a short cartoon called welcome to the wacky hotel
Amazo the clown: a forgotten toon who only appeared in a short cartoon called the clown’s big laughter
madame fortuna: a forgotten toon who only appeared in a short cartoon called the crystal ball of prediction
Mr. orange juicer: a forgotten toon who only appeared in a short cartoon called a cool glass cup of orange soda
Octobella: a octopus toon who appeared in a mystic lake and befriended Mickey and Oswald
General Inktober: a blotling who was half toon and was corrupted by the shadow blot
Gerald beaver: a beaver toon who loves to make things from wood and is good at paper-craft
Ace foxtail: a fox toon who is a new ally to Mickey Mouse and uses a magic pen with 2 ink
(Ace is my epic Mickey persona)
So today I was wondering about the inconsistencies with some of the Donald Duck cartoons featuring Chip 'n' Dale, how usually the pair only bother Donald out of there own survival (Ex: Donald taking their tree) while other times like in Crazy Over Daisy (1950) they pretty much bother him just for the heck of it. This whole thought got me thinking even more, what if they were the finalized "Gremlins"? Now obviously the Gremlins and Chip 'n' Dale aren't the same characters, but premise wise both groups are quite similar. Both are tiny critters that live in trees and take revenge on a bigger character after unintentionally causing them trouble. In fact, the chipmunks' debut in Private Pluto (1943) literally had them described as sabotaging the military facility (a large part of the Gremlin myth during WWII)! During the 1940s the Walt Disney company was hyping up the Gremlins in quite a few ways (Ex: Plush toys and advertising), so could it be possible that Private Pluto was originally going to feature the gremlins as a means to advertise for the film that was in production? The company then wasn't a stranger to featuring elements from some of their films, with Figaro from Pinocchio (1940) being the most notable example. Could it be possible that the Gremlins would also be an instance of characters becoming prominent to the Mickey Mouse world like Figaro but were reimagined into the two Chipmunks we know today after the film was canceled? Maybe it was just easier to replace these characters with brand new ones, allowing more diversity in the shenanigans they could get into? Of course, none of this is confirmed, but it would be interesting if it did turn out that in a way we sort of got a glimpse of what the Gremlins would've been like had the movie made it to theaters.
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Also, you might have to click the picture to see the whole thing. It was cut off at the bottom.
Ever since Epic Mickey, Mickey Mouse has generally improved in his modern incarnations (not so much Mickey Mouse Clubhouse any longer). However, look what he was up to back in the 1930's in the Floyd Gottfredson comic strips:
That's right, folks - Mickey was stopping drug smugglers. He was an actual character that didn't just say annoying things and whatnot. Sure, it wasn't quite gritty, but that's still how a character needs to be. Have someone that older audiences don't despise (ever hear the term "Mickey Mouse piece of junk?)
And apparently Mickey had emotions and got critically depressed:
And yes, all this stuff is real. This isn't a joke. Mickey used to be a legitimately interesting character. That's why we need more stuff like Epic Mickey. Get the good side of the Mouse out there.
This is barely scratching the surface of Mickey's comic book history, so I'd highly recommend checking out Gottfredson's work. You won't be disappointed.
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I recently realized that I worded incorrectly and accidentally spread false information. I said the you could still redeem the clock tower with one arm thinned. That was not correct. What i should have said was that you could still redeem the clock tower with one fist thinned out. Thinning the rest of the arm won't work, but you can still redeem it even if you thinned out one fist.
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Would there be any way to rip the character and paint/thinner icons? Would like to use some for a video I'm making.