Mickey Mouse Mash Up App Review

Mickey Mouse Mash Up app

I don’t claim to be the most tech savvy person on the planet, but I do enjoy a little electronic diversion from time to time. And if I can combine my love of Disney with that play time, it’s all good! But there is something that I insist on: Whatever the game or app is, it must be simple. Yup. Just get me to the fun!

The Mickey Mouse Mash Up App does just that. This review was done on an iPhone 5c.

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This activity-based App works around the Short entitled No Service that you may have seen on the Internet lately. It’s a great little Short, and it was a lot of fun to play with it, adding my own touches.

It begins with Mickey welcoming you and asking for your help. He asks you to draw something big that you would find on a beach, and something small as well. Here is my attempt at a beach ball:

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This will appear in the Short later on. After drawing a small seashell and a pair of glasses for Mickey to wear, the Short begins. But it’s not long before Mickey needs help and I was asked to draw a food item for a sign that appears in the Short:

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I hate Turkey Legs at the Parks, but it was the simplest thing I could think of to draw. And here it is in the Short:

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No Shirt. No shoes. No Food (or Turkey Leg, as the case may be!) OK, the Short continues with many activities along the way. You get to draw things to hide Mickey, help him land on the beach (long story) and other fun things. Perhaps my favorite thing to do was play a joke on Donald. Note as he tries to use my ID at the diner:

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Yup, I drew the picture on the ID and it does look kind of like me. Unfortunately. But moving on, I’d say this App was a pleasant little diversion. Kids especially will get a kick out of helping Mickey by drawing and coloring pictures which they will then see in the Short itself. If I’m not mistaken, you can do six different mash-ups of the same Short.

Adding new Shorts will be a good thing that I hope is in the works! You can play the activities at any time from a main menu. Other than that, though, that seems to be all that the App offers.

The App sells for $3.99 and is a good deal for that, although more value could be added with more Shorts later. So, have you used the Mickey Mouse Mash Up App yet? If not, why not give it a try? And while you’re thinking about that, here is one last picture of my masterpiece:

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Pixie Vacations December Offer

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With Christmas and the other holidays rolling around this month, I am taking a bit of time to offer you a special offer.  As you may know, I am a travel agent for Pixie Vacations.  If you book a Disney vacation with me by Tuesday, December 31st, 2013, for travel to Walt Disney World, Disneyland, Aulani, on board Disney Cruise Lines, or through Adventures by Disney, I will throw in an automatic $50 Disney Gift Card for you.  This, of course, is on top of any other special offers that Disney has out there — so, it could make for a nice little getaway for you and your family!

Let’s look at an example package.  Let’s say you and your spouse want to take your two children, ages 8 and 5, to Walt Disney World for 5 nights/6 days.  You want the Disney Dining Plan, and you want 6 day park hopper tickets.

Travel Dates: January 17-22, 2014 (5 nights, 6 days)
Resort: Disney’s Port Orleans Resort – Riverside (Garden View room)
6 Day Magic Your Way Tickets plus park hopper
Disney Dining Plan
Package cost: $2,863.24 using Play, Stay, and Dine promotion
Normal rack rate price: $3,364.74
Savings: $501.50
Additional savings if you book your trip prior to December 21, 2013: $50 Disney Gift Card.

Of course, you can choose any time during the 2014 calendar year to plan your trip, but if you want to receive the bonus $50 Disney Gift Card, you have to book it by December 31st, 2013.  Just imagine putting that present under your tree to open on Christmas Day!

*Note: Disney Gift Card will be sent to you with your pre-arrival paperwork approximately 30 days prior to your check-in date.

If you want to get pricing for a trip that matches the needs of your family, just click on the image at the top of this post, and it will take you to a quote request page that you can use to provide me with the details needed to get you pricing.  Thanks everyone, and remember, at My Dreams of Disney, we’re helping you to turn My Dreams of Disney into Your Dreams of Disney!