Disney, along with developer Dlala Studios, have released Disney Illusion Island. It’s available exclusively on Nintendo Switch  ($39.99).

Disney Illusion Island is a co-op 2D platformer, and a spiritual successor to the Illusion series that began back in 1990 with Castle of Illusion.

Players can choose between Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Goofy. Each character features authentic voice actors, and are depicted in highly stylized, hand-drawn animation. The soundtrack also features an original orchestral score.

Up to four players can play together in local couch co-op, and use unique team-up abilities, such as Leap Frog and a heart-giving hug.

The Mickey platforming series has been dormant for a long time, last seen in 2013, with the remake of the original Castle of Illusion.

“Words cannot express how excited we are for players to embrace the Dlala-spin on this brand-new experience for Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck and Goofy,” said AJ Grand-Scrutton, Lead Developer, Dlala Studios. “It has been an incredible honor working on this title and we hope that Nintendo Switch players and Disney fans worldwide love playing it as much as we’ve loved creating it.”

Disney Illusion Island is available now on Switch. It’s rated E for Everyone with mild fantasy violence.

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