|Mickey Mania 7|
Mickey Mania 7's Title Screen
|Cart ID(s)||JY-077 (JY-076)|
|Original developer||Traveller's Tales|
|Engine||Ei-How Yang's platformer engine|
|Alternate names/hacks||China Rabbit Baby, King Rabbit|
Mickey Mania 7 is a pirated port of Mickey Mania: The Timeless Adventures of Mickey Mouse, released on the NES/Famicom. It was developed by Ei-How Yang in 1996 and is the second game he developed for J.Y. Company.
OverviewEditThe port follows the original game but it is incomplete and many sequences of levels are missing, much like the Super Mario World port made by Hummer Team.
The game includes 5 stages, each one taken from the original game, divided into 10 sequences. However, some sequences are missing:
- The Elevator (The Mad Doctor)
- The Acid Pits (The Mad Doctor)
- The Mad Doctor's Lab (The Mad Doctor)
- The Moose Chase (Moose Hunters)
- The entire Lonesome Ghosts level
- The Giant's Cave (Mickey and the Beanstalk)
- The Giant's Table (Mickey and the Beanstalk)
- The first segments of The Prince and the Pauper
- The Lava Pits 2 (The Prince and the Pauper)
- The exclusive Mega Drive/Genesis sequence from The Mad Doctor
China Rabbit BabyEdit
The only difference in China Rabbit Baby is the main character, who is replaced by Buster Bunny from Tiny Toon Adventures, probably from the SNES title Tiny Toon Adventures: Buster Busts Loose!. The hitbox was updated to match the new sprite of the main character. Also, one of the animations with the pencil is not used anymore, only the walking animation is present (Mickey looking at his watch in Mickey Mania 7).
- JY Company Logo: It can be accessed by pressing Up X4, Down X4, Left X2 and Right X2 on the title screen. If you do mess up, the game will reset the code so you can try again. It is the same code for China Rabbit Baby. The logo and the combination is exactly the same in Contra Spirits.
- Level Select: On the title screen, press Select, A and B at the same time, and a level select will appear.
- If you use the GG Code that allows you to enter the level select screen on Toy Story, Mickey Mania 7 does not play. (Only known on Nestopia)
- This game appears to be ported from the SNES version of the original game as it includes the loading screen, animation and music from that version between screens. However, the loading screen is considered unnecessary by many players and is a mere filler.
See also: Mickey Mania 7/gallery