this is a good game. the themes are usually from the movies but some of the attacks are from the games. like scrooge can help mickey out by using the(Kinda SPOILER ALERT!)POGO attack from the NES games.(and DUCKTALES REMASTERED came out less than a year later coincidence I think not.)and ALADIN will throw apples(Like in the Super Nintendo version made by CAPCOM. Interplay made the SEGA Genesis version and he used a sword.)and lastly this may just be a coincidence but clams open up when Ariel sings which I think was them referencing splash woman from mega man 9(Who was technically a reference to Little Mermaid)BYE
This game could use a configuration option menu for both the sounds and the controls. The sounds don't usually bother me(I either have it on low while watching tv or off completely) but I'm used to using the a button for jumping and the b for attacking. There is a little bit of reading to do especially during the intro but if you like rpgs/adventures you should be used to that. I like the moderate difficulty(I usually only play turn based) for those of us who don't have perfect timing. It seems dificult enough to provide some challenge while not being too frustrating. There are quests to move the story along and usually reward your character with stronger ablities etc. The ablity to switch between paint and thinner for distance attacks makes it easy to recharge your health whenever you need to(one gives you hearts the other gives you money). Beside those attacks you also have a jump or a spin attack to for nearby enemies(the spin attack is handy for when you don't want to jump into overhead spikes). While in the fortress you can use the game currency to upgrade your stats and if necessary you can replay older levels to earn extra money. Overall I love the puzzle solving element of this game.