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Mickey Mouse Game Collection


Many games featuring our favorite Mouse have been made over the years. For Monopoly lovers we have this special Mickey Mouse Monopoly page.

On this page we highlight some of our favorite games, especially rare and vintage items you may not want a two year old to play with.


Mickey Mouse Nintendo Game and Watch Panorama

Mickey Mouse Nintendo Game and Watch

An interesting find, in 1984 Nintendo made this Mickey Mouse Game and Watch with a panorama screen.

The back of the box states:

MICKEY MOUSE is performing acrobatics while balancing on a ball in a circus. DONALD DUCK is watching his acrobatic feats.

Value and Pricing: We saw a Mickey Mouse Nintendo Game and Watch with box, game bag, instruction manual, tray, battery cover and full game - with some wear - sell for about $1100.




Nintendo MC-25

Mickey Mouse Nintendo MC-25

Although this is also called a "Game and Watch" this MC-25 Wide Screen handheld game by Nintendo is not the same as the much more valuable Panorama version.

The panorama screen flips open from the control pad. This handheld has the screen and control pad together in a more traditional gaming setup.

Value and Pricing: We saw the Nintendo MC-25 Mickey Mouse Game and Watch Wide Screen in used but working and good condition sell for about $165.




Mickey Mouse Soldier Set

Mickey Mouse Soldier Set

The don't make games for little kids like this anymore!

From the 1930s by Chad Valley Games is this shooter game that comes with a mini-rifle and eight cardboard, stand-up Mickey characters - apparently to shoot at.

Value and Pricing: We saw this Mickey Mouse Soldier Set with the box having some definite wear and fraying on the corners, but in overall good shape for a 1930s product, sell for about $450.




Mickey Mouse Scatter Ball Game

Mickey Mouse Scatter Ball Game

Here is not often seen game: Mickey Mouse Scatter Ball.

Made in 1934 by Marks Bros., this is their product number 217. The box is about eleven and one-half inches square and two inches deep.

Inside the box is a lithographed cardboard insert playing surface with die-cut holes, eleven wooden balls and a wood top. How to play: the balls are placed in the center and the top is then spun causing the balls to scatter around in land in various holes with different point values. Most points wins.

Value and Pricing: We saw this Mickey Mouse Scatter Ball game in good shape (box definitely had wear and corners were frayed) for its age, with all pieces sell for about sell in a big discount for about $200.




Mickey Mouse Coming Home Game

Mickey Mouse Coming Home Game

Another game by Marks Bros., this 1933 game was called Mickey Mouse Coming Home.

Mickey is in front of his house, Minnie Mouse is at her house, and Horace Horsecollar is at his house on a brightly colored board sized at sixteen and one-half inches square. 16.5x16.5. Also present are Clarabelle and Pluto and their respective houses. Additional character illustrations appear on the game path including Mickey with means of transportation including car, train, plane, motorcycle, boat, and trolley.

The game box contains the dice shaker. Inside the box are two original bone dice and sixteen game pieces and instructions.

Value and Pricing: We saw this Mickey Mouse Coming Home game in good shape, but no instructions and no box sell for $150.




Mickey Mania Super Nintendo

Mickey Mania Super Nintendo

Here is Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse released in 1994 for SNES the Super Nintendo Entertainment System.

The back of the box states:

It's the game that's got everyone talking! Join Mickey on this incredible, action-packed journey through 23 geograpically stunning levels. It's the greatest game play ever for the greatest Disney character of all-time. You and Mickey will meet a host of hilarious and sometimes formidable characters from six of Mickey's best-loved animated features, including Steamboat Willie, The Mad Doctor, Mouse Monsters, Lonesome Ghosts, Mickey and the Beanstalk and The Prince and the Pauper. Through the imagic of Disney's animators, these six animated features have been brought to life in the form of an interactive game that's destined to be be a family classic in the true Disney tradition.

FEATURES:

First time ever that Disney animators have created animations of Mickey Mouse for a video game.

Game features six of Mickey's most beloved animated films ... brought to life in the form of an interactrive game!

Thousands of animated frames recreate the exact look and feel of Mickey's history in animated films.

Value and Pricing: We saw this new Mickey Mania SNES game, still sealed and unopened, sell for $165.




Mickey Mania Sega Genesis

Mickey Mania Genesis Game

Mickey Mania for the Sega Genesis system.

Value and Pricing: We saw this 1994 Mickey Mania for the Sega Genesis game, still new in factory sealed shrink wrap sell for $100.




Castle of Illusion Genesis Video Game

Mickey Mouse Castle of Illusion Genesis Game

Genesis was a popular video game system in its day, but it was discontinued in 1997.

Castle of Illusion starring Mickey Mouse is one of the games from that system. The Sega Genesis is also a collectors item - maybe you can play this game on your system.

Value and Pricing: We saw this Castle of Illusion Sega Genesis game, still factory sealed, sell for about $135.




Mickey Mouse in His Garden Game

Mickey Mouse in His Garden Game

Mickey Mouse in His Garden is a ball in the hole game. You need to take this six by four handheld and manuever the balls until each falls into a hole. It can be challenging. Most likely it was made in the 1930s and it has a glass cover.

Value and Pricing: We saw this Mickey Mouse in His Garden game in fair condition with lots of wear and taped together edges sell for about $140.




Donald Duck Helter Skelter Game

Mickey Mouse Helter Skelter Game

This game called Helter Skelter featuring Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy was made in the 1940s. Although perhaps more of a Donald Duck game, Mickey is featured prominently so we decided to include it.

We have no idea how to play this game - but its a collectible and not a kids toy.

Value and Pricing: We saw this Helter Skelter game sell for about $150. It was in good shape for its age, but the box had wear and frayed corners.









 


 


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