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Kid Klown in Night Mayor World

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Title Screen

Kid Klown in Night Mayor World

Also known as: Mickey Mouse III: Yume Fuusen (JP)
Developer: Kemco
Publisher: Kemco
Platform: NES
Released in JP: September 30, 1992
Released in US: April 1993


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RegionIcon.png This game has regional differences.


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Regional Differences

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Since Capcom held an exclusive license for Disney games outside of Japan at the time the game was released, the game was rebranded as a Kid Klown game when it was brought to the US. Several enemies also had their designs changed to fit the theme of each game. The endings to both games are quite different as well. Mickey gets an animated cutscene while Kid Klown is left with some still images and text boxes.

Japan US
Mickey3NESTitle.png KidKlownNESTitle.png

The title screen was changed due to the game's theme being overhauled.

Japan US
Mickey3Story1.png KlownStory1.png

The story was changed thanks to the re-branding, leading to this and every other cutscene from the game being modified to reflect the new story.

Japan US
Mickey3Story2.png KlownStory2.png

Again.

Japan US
Mickey3Bonus.png KlownBonus.png
Japan US
Mickey3Select.png KlownSelect.png
Japan US
Mickey3Hud.png KlownHud.png
Japan US
MickeyIIISprite2.png KlownSprite2.png
Japan US
MickeyIIISprite1.png KlownSprite1.png
Japan US
Mickey3Poof.png KlownPoof.png
Japan US
Mickey3Assist1.png KlownAssist1.png

Enemies

Japan US
Mickey3Enemy1.png KlownEnemy1.png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy2.png KlownEnemy2.png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy3.png KlownEnemy3.png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (2).png KlownEnemy (1).png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (3).png KlownEnemy (2).png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (4).png KlownEnemy (4).png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (5).png KlownEnemy (5).png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (6).png KlownEnemy (6).png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (7).png KlownEnemy (7).png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (8).png KlownEnemy (8).png
Japan US
Mickey3Enemy (1).png KlownEnemy (9).png

Bosses

Japan US
Mickey3Boss2.png KlownBoss2.png
Japan US
Mickey3Boss4.png KlownBoss4.png
Japan US
Mickey3Boss5.png KlownBoss5.png
Japan US
Mickey3FinBoss1.png KlownFinBoss (1).png

The final boss of Mickey Mouse III was originally the Horned King, the main villain of The Black Cauldron. He would be changed into the title villain of Kid Klown, Night Mayor.

Ending

Japan US
Mickey3End (5).png KlownEnd (3).png
Japan US
Mickey3End (1).png KlownCredit (5).png
Japan US
Mickey3End (9).png KlownCredit (6).png

Staff Roll

The Japanese version and US version have some differences. The US prototype uses the same exact staff roll from the Japanese version.

  • A.YOSHINO was added to the US version as a demo programmer.
  • T.SUNAHORI, a graphic artist, had their name removed from the US version.
  • A MAP ASSISTANT credit for E.OTSUKA was removed from the US version.
  • The STORY credit for S.HIRAHARA was removed from the US version.
  • The US version adds these two credits screens in its place: CORRESPONDENCE DIR.: H.HASHIMURA and CORRESPONDANT: R.SHIROISHI.
  • The two DEBUGGER AND ADVISER credits screens were removed from the US version, and instead replaced with two credit screens for SPECIAL THANKS TO STAFF OF KEMCO AMERICA.

Music

As a result of the game becoming Kid Klown in the US, the following songs were changed when localized:

  • Title Screen (Mickey Mouse Clubhouse theme)
  • Level Select (It's A Small World After All)
  • Cutscene themes
  • Ending Theme

The same sound composers are listed in the game's credits, but Hiroyuki Masuno may have done the localization's music, as they sound like more of his style.