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Game #1531
Hall of Belated Fame Inductee  Mickey's 123: The Big Surprise Party    View all Top Dogs in this genre
Education   Early childhood

Rating: 8.37 (75 votes)

Mickey's 123: The Big Surprise Party box cover

Mickey's 123: The Big Surprise Party screenshot
A wonderful game that followed on the heels of Disney's earlier Mickey's ABC: A Day at The Fair, Mickey's 123: The Big Surprise Party teaches the basic concept of numbers up to nine to toddlers ages 0 - 3 in a fun, engaging way. The goal is to help Mickey organize a surprise birthday party for one of his friends. He has to go to a toy store to buy a present, buy food at the supermarket, and choose who to invite. Each of these activities are full of opportunities to learn. On the way to each location, for instance, kids can press any number key to give Mickey a vehicle with that many wheels in it (e.g. pressing "3" will give him a tricycle). Inside the supermarket, pressing a number key will make Mickey buy that many items (hamburgers, fries, etc.). Whenever a number key is pressed, Mickey will start counting from one with big flashcards and clear pronunciation. The game is not long, but kids will have too much fun organizing the party and seeing the funny antics of Disney characters to realize that they are learning. By the time the party is over, kids will likely be able to count from one to nine, and recognize what each number looks like. If they need more practice, they can always organize another party for another friend in Disney Town. With great VGA graphics, smooth animations, excellent digitized voices, and user-friendly gameplay, Mickey's 123 is a great game for toddlers who are just learning to talk. Highly recommended!

Reviewed by: Underdogs
Designer: Unknown
Developer: Distinctive Software
Publisher: Disney
Year: 1992
Software Copyright: Disney
Theme: Licensed, Cartoon
None that we know of
System Requirements: DOS
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If you like this game, try: Mickey's ABC's: A Day at The Fair, Mickey's Space Adventure, Goofy's Railroad Express

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