I’ve always been worried that the United States government would someday sell the entire state of Florida to the Walt Disney Company in order to cover the national debt. It feels good to actually be able to talk about it openly now that the game Los Disneys has been re-released after 10 years in hibernation. So to everyone who called me crazy for obsessing about this subject and scolded me for constantly bringing it up with small children and the elderly, I say to you, “in your face.” There are plenty of other crazies who share the same fears as me.
The year is 2015. Steeped in national debt, the United States reluctantly allows the Walt Disney Company to purchase the entire peninsula of Florida in the largest geographic acquisition since the Louisiana Purchase. Under its new president, formerly-ousted CEO Michael Eisner, the newly-sovereign state is renamed Los Disneys. Your job is to infiltrate the Magic Kingdom, blasting your way through animatronic pirates, holographic ghosts, tourists, security guards and even Mickey himself in an attempt to seek and destroy the frozen head of Walt Disney. However, doing so inadvertently triggers Eisner’s doomsday device… unless you can stop it.
I can’t see Disney being too thrilled at the prospect of this game getting a lot of attention. The graphics are REALLY good, too, so that can’t help any.