Mickey's 123: The Big Surprise Party

The point of the game is to prepare for a surprise party for one of the Disney characters by making them a present, buying the food and decorations for the party and then inviting people to attend the party. Finally, you have the party.
You will begin with Mickey sleeping in his armchair. To wake him up, type in any number. The number you select will then trigger off a counting sheep animation, with the number selected depicting how many sheep are counted. Once Mickey is awake, he will announce that he has a party to prepare for. The character this is for is selected at random, and is out of a choice of Goofy, Daisy, Minnie, Donald, Scrooge, Horace, Clarabelle, Chip & Dale, and Duck. Mickey will now head outside into the street, where you will reach a signpost. This signpost has the options of where to go to, with a choice of three. Once you have attended all three, a forth will appear underneath that you can take to the party.
Once you have selected your present, it will then be moved onto a conveyor belt to be made and then packaged. While it is moving along the conveyor belt you will be able to mess around with the material (cut it up, squash it etc.) by pressing keys 1-9. If you want to speed up the belt, hold the 0 key. At the end of the belt the present is constructed, packaged and then given to Mickey. You can return here again to get more presents if you wish.
Developed by:
Walt Disney Computer Software, Inc.
Walt Disney Computer Software, Inc. was established in 1988 as a subsidiary of Walt Disney Consumer Products, a division of The Walt Disney Company. Headed by Shelley Miles, it became the first Walt Disney entity to focus exclusively on the internal development and publishing of computer and video games. The operation was shut down in 1996 and reorganized as Disney Interactive. The company was an early pioneer in the video gaming industry, porting many games from arcade to home console systems, and developing its own games as well. Two of Sculptured Software's first in-house games were Ninja and Street Surfer.
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Dosbox
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