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Mickey's Adventures in Numberland

Mickey's Adventures in Numberland (XSX) game cover art
Platform: NES
Tags: General, Educational
Developer: Beam Software

Publisher
Region
Released
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03/??/1994

Staff Reviews

Mickey's Adventures in Numberland review

Reviewed March 24, 2004

Jason Venter says: "Scattered throughout the various locations are magical digits. If Mickey brushes into them, they're added to his inventory. More frequently, you'll find them sealed in a box you must destroy. If for some reason you forget what a given number looks like (which would be pretty dang stupid of you, considering the current desired number is displayed near the bottom of the screen), Mickey will brush against it and shake his head disapprovingly."
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