Disney's Hide and Sneak GameCube

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  • Summary: Minnie Mouse has been kidnapped by mysterious flying creatures, and it's up to Mickey to rescue her. Now, as either Mickey or Minnie, you must fight your way through three different stages, including a warehouse, museum, and ruins, and master special tricks and combinations. In each area,Minnie Mouse has been kidnapped by mysterious flying creatures, and it's up to Mickey to rescue her. Now, as either Mickey or Minnie, you must fight your way through three different stages, including a warehouse, museum, and ruins, and master special tricks and combinations. In each area, you'll solve puzzles, run, jump, and hide from enemies. Mickey can also hang onto ropes, climb onto containers, and use stealth maneuvers to evade foes. Disney's Hide and Sneak features more than 30 animated sequences for both playable characters. Expand
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Score distribution:
  1. Positive: 0 out of 7
  2. Negative: 4 out of 7
  1. 60
    It's a simple puzzle game, along the lines of something you would find pre-installed on a computer. But nicer looking, and with a lot more style.
  2. Nintendo Power
    56
    Stilted action that makes the game play more like a puzzler than a platformer. [Feb 2004, p.149]
  3. Cheat Code Central
    50
    While the frustration level has been taken down to almost zilch in some aspects of the gameplay, the kids will eventually have to contend with puzzles that will stump adults.
  4. 48
    Though the presentation, colorful and cheery, is likely to mesmerize your little one, he or she will struggle with the stupid control configuration and sometimes-bewildering puzzles. If you're smart, you'll let this one sneak by.
  5. AceGamez
    40
    The three areas, while containing approximately ten levels each, aren't particularly taxing and while a child may find them quite tricky no adults will be left scratching their heads for long.
  6. With its plodding gameplay and bizarre design flaws, Disney’s Hide & Sneak is more of a chore to play than an entertaining game. Kids are probably going to look at this game and ask the obvious: "Why doesn’t Mickey just jump over the enemies, or throw some stars or something?"
  7. The environments are bland, the characters have no dialogue, and the puzzles are illogical. [Dec 2003, p.159]
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  1. Jul 14, 2016
    5
    The graphics are good and the gameplay is mediocre. The controls are okay so it ain't so bad but it is still really flawed. The music can getThe graphics are good and the gameplay is mediocre. The controls are okay so it ain't so bad but it is still really flawed. The music can get repetitive sometimes also. Expand

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#92 Most Discussed GameCube Game of 2003