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Epic Mickey COMPLETE item checklist

Wilt Dasney

Well-Known Member
Original Poster
There are some very helpful online sources of Epic Mickey information, but I haven't found one that points out all the game's collectibles in a chronological format. I have found lists of certain categories of items, and walkthroughs that don't cover everything. I decided to assemble a complete list of the game's collectibles to fill that gap.

This is not all my work. It's a combination of information from my own memory after 5 playthroughs (yes, I officially have no life), with LOTS of details I don't recall culled from multiple sources. I particularly benefited from Phil Hornshaw's walkthrough on GameFront, the Pins list by "Ben" at Feed the Gamer, and a very helpful list of Gremlins compiled by user AlbertWeskerUMB at the GameSpot forums. I also thumbed through the Prima game guide for a few minutes at Wal-Mart to fill in a few blanks.

This is NOT a walkthrough. It's not detailed enough for that. The basic purpose of this list is to allow a gamer to know he has gathered every possible item from a particular map before moving on. Since the game closes off so many areas after you've passed through them, it can be very frustrating to go all the way "around the horn" just to get back to a room that's one projector screen behind you.

This guide will have four main categories of collectible, starting with the game's main goodies: PINS and BONUS CONTENT.

Where certain pins require you to collect multiple components scattered across different maps, I'll track those as well.

The PARTS to assemble Animatronic Goofy, Daisy, and Donald don't have to be collected, strictly speaking. But at 1,000 E-tickets a pop, it's definitely better to find them yourself than to have to buy them, so they're included here.

The Gremlin Guardian pin is particularly demanding, requiring you to free every caged GREMLIN in the game. We'll follow those as well. (On three occasions — at the Ticket Booth, in Ostown, and during a visit to Mean Street — the game requires you to free a gremlin to advance. Those aren't covered here.)

Collectibles that are not tracked here:

Cutscene MOVIES

As long as you complete every pin quest, you will get most of the movies automatically. I'll note the exceptions as we go.

FILM REELS

Just take your time to explore each film strip sequence, and you'll find the film reels. There are two points where the game offers you a choice of film projectors, and I will mark those locations.

POWER SPARKS

One pin quest does require you to assemble 30 Power Sparks, but they aren't true collectibles, since there's no uniqueness factor: Any one is the same as any other. Also, they tend to be hidden in the hub areas (Mean Street, Ostown, Ventureland and Bog Easy) instead of the action areas that close off after being beaten, so you'll have plenty of chances to backtrack and find them. Finally, they're for sale at the Emporium for relatively cheap.

Finally, I will be pointing out certain key DECISION POINTS within the game, and laying out exactly how certain choices will affect your ability to collect items during a single playthrough.

Without further ado:
 

Wilt Dasney

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Dark Beauty Castle

Mad Doctor's Lab

PIN
* Explore the secret room that opens after you shut down the mechanical arm. (Bronze 1/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Also located in the secret room. (Mad Doctor's Lab II, 1/50)

Castle Entrance

DECISION POINT
* Easy choice. If you want the Gremlin Guardian pin, rescue the gremlin from the catapult. Fling him into oblivion and all you'll get is some E-tickets.

PINS (2)
* Rescue the gremlin from the catapult. (Gold 1/20)
* Look around the courtyard for a toon door that can be thinned. (Dark Beauty Castle, Special 1/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Thin out the ramp at ground level. (Dark Beauty Castle I, 2/50)

GREMLIN
* Trapped on the catapult. (1/30)

Gremlin Village

Slalom

EXTRA CONTENT
* Patch up all the steam pipes. (Tunnels, 3/50)

Ticket Booth

PIN
* Repair the tea cup ride for Gremlin Tim. (Bronze 2/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* On a boat in the backstage maintenance area. (Spatter Springs Up, 4/50)

Jungle Boat Ride

PINS (2)
* High on a ledge behind the scenes. Paint in all the gears on both walls to lower the platform. (Bronze 3/20)
* On a ledge near the exit. Free all the gremlins to use a retractable ledge. (Silver 1/17)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Paint in the platforms behind the giant giraffe. (Pirate Gate, 5/50)

GREMLINS (4)
* Thin out the wall just past the hippo to find this guy. (2/30)
* Check out the alcoves along the upper level catwalks on the right side. (3/30)
* Ditto as above, but this time check out the left side. (4/30)
* Under the giant giraffe. (5/30)

Asia Boat Ride

PINS (2)
* Paint in all the gears near the lever that raises the Fire Bridge to reveal a hidden alcove. Requires a tricky jump since gears must stay in motion. (Gold 2/20)
* Above the steam valves and fan blades in the Great Wall. Turn off the valves to reach it. (Bronze 4/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Ride the magic carpets to a platform to the left of the exit, or jump there from the cloud (and an adjacent hidden cloud to be painted in). Thin the wall for the item. (World of Gremlins II, 6/50)

GREMLINS (3)
* Climb to the top of the red pagoda at the start of the room. (6/30)
* On top of a rotating platform with breakable dolls on multiple tiers. (7/30)
* Well-hidden. Cross over to platform past the exit, hit a gear near a giant box, and this guy will be revealed. (8/30)

World of Gremlins

DECISION POINT
* You will be faced with your first major "moral" decision here, and the game's first narrative branch-off.

If you recover Small Pete's Log and show it to the sentinel gremlin (or just bring it to Pete), you'll be rewarded with the Small Pete pin and some goodies in Pete's treasure room. Or you can trade the Log to an enterprising gremlin for the Gremlin pin and a mini-boss fight brought on by a wrathful Small Pete.

Also of note, this area has two film projector exits. The normal one opens up when you fix the clock tower pump, but there's another on top of the windmill. Each has a film reel, but you can only choose one per playthrough.

PINS (2)
* Paint in Gus' house, then go inside. (Bronze 5/20)
* Recover Small Pete's Log, then trade it to the gremlin to the left (your left) of the clocktower. (Gremlin, Special 2/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Run through the hidden section with industrial strength smashers near the town center. (World of Gremlins I, 7/50)

GREMLIN
* Trapped on top of the windmill. Paint Gus' house and he'll start the blades for you. (9/30)

OTHER
* Small Pete's Log is on a crashed boat to the right of the town center. Spin a valve at the rear to open the hatch containing the book.

Europe Boat Ride

PINS (2)
* Take the clouds to the upper level, or take the windmill exit from World of Gremlins. Pin is near projector screen. (Silver 2/17)
* Inside Pete's Colosseum Treasure Room. Must have recovered and kept Small Pete's Log. (Bronze 6/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Search Pete's treasure room. (Inky Mickey, 8/50)

Clock Tower

DECISION POINT
* As with all boss fights, you can get the job done with paint or thinner. You'll have to beat the clock tower both ways on multiple playthroughs to get both of its pins.

PINS (2)
* Repair the clock with paint. (Stop the Music, Special 3/48)
* Destroy the click with thinner. (Unwind the Clock, Special 4/48)

Mean Street

PINS (9!)
* Talk to Big Bad Pete if you helped Small Pete. (Small Pete, Special 5/48)
* Buy from Emporium. (Welcome to Wasteland/ Gremlin Village, Special 6-7/48)
* Get Hook's sword from the Cinema, then give it to the Museum curator. (Swashbuckler, Special 8/48)
* Behind the train station. (Silver 3/17)
* On the roof of the Museum. (Gold 3/20)
* On the roof of Horace's Detective Agency, inside a hidden alcove on the side. (Bronze 7/20)
* Give four film reels to the Cinema usher. (Bronze 8/20)
* Trade all 36 film reels to the Cinema usher. You can't get this one on your first playthrough, so the best time to get it is on the first Mean Street visit of a subsequent playthrough. (Cartoon Buff, Special 9/48)

EXTRA CONTENT (2)
* Thin the front of the train station to reach the top, then extend the awning toward City Hall with paint to form a path to the content. (Mean Street, 9/50)
* Buy from the Emporium. (Mickey Faces I, 10/50)

Ostown

DECISION POINT
* Clarabelle will ask you to return to Mean Street and buy her some ice cream to make a cake for Horace. If you do so, you can pick up the cake when you pass through again and gain two pins. On the other hand, you can brush off this quest and make Horace settle for a pie when you come back. That path also carries a pin.

You'll also have to choose whether to carefully open the safe by painting Moody's house (vs. dropping it on his noggin), and whether to help your phone by painting in power boxes (vs. letting Gremlin Prescott rough him up in unspeakable ways). The friendly safe path gets you a cutscene Movie, and the helpful phone path nets you a pin. The thinner paths save a little time, but earn you nothing.

PIN
* Repair the power boxes around town, then return to the phone inside your house. (Bronze 9/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Thin the wall behind Clarabelle's house. (Ortensia's House, 11/50)

MOVIES (2)
* This one isn't automatic. Talk to Goofy in front of the fountain to get it.
* Also not automatic. Open the safe the helpful way.

Mickeyjunk Mountain

Heaps

PIN
* Dial 349 on the phone, then look in the alcove behind the stopped thinnerfall. (Silver 4/17)

EXTRA CONTENT
* On the left side of the mountain. Turn switch on a gumball machine, paint in platform where thinner was flowing, and enter an alcove. (Bunny Children, 12/50)

GREMLIN
* On a small island far out into the thinner pool. Cross over on floating blocks. (10/30)

Piles

DECISION POINT
* You can use paint or thinner on the pump. Paint is usually a better choice, but in this case, thinner opens up a more productive path. There's nothing sacrificed by avoiding the paint path.

PINS (2)
* Use thinner on the pump. Ride the third elevating screw down to a hidden platform. (Silver 5/17)
* Disable the claws by freeing the gremlin or dialing 512. Jump from the last claw to a hidden alcove. (Gold 4/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Near a floating block in the thinner pool. (Mickeyjunk Mountain, 13/50)

GREMLIN
* On top of a tall platform in front of the thinner pool. Easiest to reach if you take the thinner path from the pump. (11/30)

Mt. Osmore Slopes

PIN
* Walk through the giant Mickey poster to the hidden basketball room. (Gold 5/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* In the basketball room, stand in front of the air gun to send Mickey through the hoop. (Epic Mickey, 14/50)

OTHER
* Thin out the Mickey glove over a pressure pad to drop an anvil, activating platforms above you. Take this upper path to the Climber's Cabin and find Gilda's Axe.

Caverns

DECISION POINT
* If you have Gilda's Axe, you can take a wicked turn here by thinning out the floor with Oswald's face and using the Axe to jimmy open the locked door below. This is the better choice from a purely item-centric standpoint, since all you get for returning the Axe is a Power Spark.

PINS (3)
* Thin out the floor and use Gilda's Axe to enter the Wasteland Model Room. Climb the castle model, jump to the giant Mickey's ear, then leap up to the mesh platform. (Gold 6/20)
* Located near the exit of the model room, before the thinner river. (Silver 6/17)
* Also near the model room exit. (Mickeyjunk Mountain, Special 10/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Check out Oswald's throne between the two doors leading to Oswald's chamber. (Oswald's Throne, 15/50)

Mean Street & Ostown (again)

PINS (4)
* Pick up Clarabelle's ice cream cake in Ostown and deliver it to Horace. (Mean Street Romance, Special 11/48)
* Pick up Clarabelle's pie in Ostown and deliver it to Horace. (Pie Delivery, Special 12/48)
* Give the Cinema usher 12 reels. (Silver 7/17)
* Return to Clarabelle after dropping off the ice cream cake. (Happy Birthday, Special 13/48)

EXTRA CONTENT (2)
* Buy from the Emporium. (Mickey Faces II/ Thinner Falls, 16-17/50)

Tomorrow City

Notilis

GREMLIN
* Inside a house on the left side of the harbor. Thin out the roof to get in. (12/30)

GOOFY PART
* Climb the crane on the right hand wall. Thin out a section of wall high up, then jump over to the blue chest. (1/4)

Lagoon

PIN
* Shut down all the thinner falls, rescue the hidden gremlin, then win the UFO Challenge. (Bronze 10/20)

GREMLINS (2)
* Extreme back right, on a high platform. (13/30)
* Hidden behind the thinner falls. (14/30)

Great Big Tomorrow

DECISION POINT
* You'll have to decide whether a gold pin or an Animatronic Goofy part matters more to you when you face the Slobber. If you want the pin, use thinner. For the part, use paint.

PINS (2)
* Use thinner to beat the Slobber. (Gold 7/20)
* Use a TV sketch for the first time. (TV, Special 14/48)

GOOFY PART
* Convert the Slobber with paint. (2/4)

Tomorrow City Square

PIN
* Look left after leaving the track and entering the Space Voyage door. There's a chest against the wall. (Gold 8/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Thin the floor on the rear walkway leading to the Rocket Ride control panel, then follow the walkway below to a wall that can be smashed. (Tomorrow City, 18/50)

GOOFY PART
* Drop underground to repair the Sky Tram. Ride it up from the back of the level to a separate area, where you'll find the blue chest. (3/4)

GREMLINS (3)
* On sloping platform right next to entrance. Impossible to miss. (15/30)
* Next to gears that start Rocket Ride, accessible by rear platform walkway. (16/30)
* High on a platform near the track. Ride the repaired Rocket Ride to reach him. (17/30)

Space Voyage

PINS (2)
* In an alcove behind a Beetleworx spawner, around a hidden pathway. (Bronze 11/20)
* Near the giant globe on the second level of the room. (Silver 8/17)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Smash a wall across from a glass room. (Petetronic, 19/50)

GOOFY PART
* Take a ride on the globe at the upper level to reach a new platform. (4/4)

GREMLINS (3)
* Inside the giant glass room with the runaway car. Enter from rear. (18/30)
* Smash out the breakable walls at ground level to find this guy. (19/30)
* Very high, near the rocket. Use a TV sketch to activate a crane to reach him. (20/30)

OTHER
* Find a rear opening into the smaller glass room to retrieve the dog tags for Horace.

Petetronic

DECISION POINT
* As before, a boss fight carries a choice. Paint and thinner will each yield a unique pin.

EXTRA CONTENT
* Defeat Petetronic with either method. (Space Voyage, 20/50)

Mean Street & Ostown (again)

PINS (6)
* Return to Horace, dog tags in tow. (Mystery Solved, Special 15/48)
* Talk to Pete at City Hall after painting Petetronic. (Redeem Petetronic, Special 16/48)
* Talk to Pete at City Hall after thinning Petetronic. (Defeat Petetronic, Special 17/48)
* Buy from the Emporium. (Tomorrow City, Special 18/48)
* Find Clarabelle's flower, then go back to Horace. (Symphony Sunflower, Special 19/48)
* Fix Animatronic Goofy. (Animatronic Goofy, Special 20/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Buy from Emporium. (Mickey Faces III, 21/50)

Ventureland hub & Ostown

DECISION POINT
* You'll have to choose how to get the Figurehead from Damien Salt. Do the extra work of assembling a bouquet for him to give Henrietta, and you'll get a cool five pins out of the deal. Sabotage his chances with the easier to get ice cream, and you'll have to pay up for the Figurehead.

However, both paths have their merits. Each one carries a different interstitial Movie, and both choices have repercussions later in the game too.

PINS (5)
* Bring Clarabelle three flowers to make a bouquet and get a trio of pins. (Mickey Mum/Sparkle Daisy/Swamp Iris, Special 21-23/48)
* Bring Damien flowers for Henrietta. (Ventureland Romance, Special 24/48)
* Bring Damien flowers for Henrietta. He'll move and let you access the chest behind him. (Gold 9/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Purchase from Tiki Hut Store. (Mickey Spill, 22/50)

MOVIE
* Talk to Daisy for a non-automatic interstitial clip.

Tortooga

PINS (3)
* Return Beluga Billy's bag. (Watch, Special 25/48)
* Release the pirates from jail, then light the lamps to raise a platform in the bay. Chest must be painted in. (Bronze 12/20)
* Release the pirates from jail and hit the gear at the bottom of the well to raise another platform in the bay. Chest must be painted in. (Bronze 13/20)

GREMLIN
* Thin out the rightmost in the series of wooden doors. (21/30)

Jungle

DECISION POINT
* You'll need to play a hybrid brawler/detective style to get all the collectibles from this area. Finish Starkey's villains and symbols quests to earn the Pirate Hero pin back in Tortooga. If you do only one or the other, you'll be able to leave but no pin for you.

PIN
* In a chest at the bottom of the thinner river. Can only be accessed with a dry riverbed, either by painting in a gear for a temporary draining or by freeing a gremlin for a permanent dryout. (Gold 10/20)

GREMLIN
* Light all the lanterns, and the door blocking this guy will open. High up and to the left of the entrance. (22/30)

DAISY PART
* Round up the five red gems to unlock the well on top of the platform with the stone faces. Ride the platform into the well to find a blue chest. (1/4)

Tortooga (again)

PIN
* Talk to Starkey if you completed the Hostiles in the Jungle and Jungle Symbols quests. (Pirate Hero, Special 26/48)

DAISY PART
* Head back toward the area where you entered during your first visit. The blue chest will be sitting out in the open. (2/4)

Pirate Voyage

PINS (2)
* In a hidden alcove above and to the right at the front of the burning city section. (Bronze 14/20)
* Rescue Rigger Greene, then look in his treasure room. (Silver 9/17)

GREMLIN
* Past the village, you'll spot this guy in a cell across from Rigger Greene. (23/30)

Skull Island

DECISION POINT
* Gus will try to guilt you into reversing Hook's machine, but you actually have three options: fix it with paint, destroy it with thinner, or just ignore it. The second option won't net you anything unique, but the first and third are worth exploring.

If you fix the machine, you can claim the Pirate Friend pin. If you also helped Damien win Henrietta earlier, you'll also be able to get the Ice Cream pin after Damien leaves Henrietta brokenhearted. Finally, Smee will cough up a Daisy part on his way out of town.

Ignoring the machine forces the pirates to stay in Ventureland. If this path follows a choice to fix up Damien and Henrietta, you'll be able to get two pins from the couple back in Ventureland. If you ignore the machine after ruining Damien's chances with Henrietta, you can get a pin from Bosun Blake.

This is the only part of the game where decisions branch off into more than two paths, and is almost certainly what Warren Spector meant when he said it would take three playthroughs to get every item (along with the Cartoon Buff pin, which you can only claim on your third run-through at the earliest).

It's also worth noting that there's no completely "good" outcome here. No matter what choices you make, you'll leave either Damien spurned, Henrietta abandoned, or the pirates stuck as monsters forever. Deep stuff.

PINS (3)
* On top of the very first cave (where you start). (Silver 10/17)
* Follow a path of capsized rowboats to a seeming dead-end in front of a rock. Thin the top of the rock while jumping to keep your boat afloat. (Gold 11/20)
* Reverse Hook's machine with paint, then enter the cave mouth where the machine is located. (Pirate Friend, Special 27/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Thin a wooden wall beneath Pete Pan's perch. (Sea Battle, 23/50)

DAISY PART
* Climb to the very top of the central island to find Pete Pan and a blue chest. (3/4)

Captain Hook

DECISION POINT
* Another boss fight, another choice. Free the Sprite and Pete Pan will regain his mojo, earning you a pin back on Mean Street. Take out Hook yourself, and you'll get a different pin.

PINS (2)
* Beat Captain Hook by sending him overboard or smashing him into the ship's walls. (Captain Hook, Special 28/48)
* Break down a wall on the lower left side of the deck. (Bronze 15/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Cross the masts and drop behind the ship's stern to find this one. (Animatronic Croc, 24/50)

Ventureland hub, Mean Street, and a touch of Bog Easy

PINS (9)
* Assemble Animatronic Daisy. (Animatronic Daisy, Special 29/48)
* Help Bosun Blake move into the treehouse. Must have given Damien ice cream for Henrietta and ignored Hook's machine. (Silver 11/17)
* Help Henrietta and Damien move into the treehouse. Must have given Damien flowers for Henrietta and ignored Hook's machine. (Silver 12/17)
* Buy Damien and Henrietta a tiki mask for the treehouse, on same narrative path as previous pin. (Silver 13/17)
* Buy from smaller Hut Shop, after clearing out pirates. (Pirates of the Wasteland, Special 30/48)
* Buy Henrietta ice cream. Must have fixed her up with Damien and dealt with Hook's machine somehow. (Ice Cream, Special 31/48)
* Turn in 18 film reels to Cinema usher. (Gold 12/20)
* Talk to City Hall Pete, after defeating Hook by freeing the Sprite. (Hook vs. Pete Pan, Special 32/48)
* Solve all of Jim's riddles in Ventureland, Mean Street, and Bog Easy, then return to Jim. (Gold 13/20)

EXTRA CONTENT (4)
* Buy from smaller Hut Shop. (Thinner Pump, 25/50)
* Buy from Ice Cream Parlor. (Fantasyland, 26/50)
* Buy from Emporium. (Mickey Faces IV/ Blot Roar, 27-28/50)

DAISY PART
* Smee will automatically hand this over, but only if you dealt with Hook's machine. (4/4)

Bog Easy hub

DECISION POINT
* This is an easy call if you want items. Ignore the ghosts and help the villagers regain their courage to net a pin. All the ghosts have to offer is E-tickets for selling the badge of courage.

PIN
* Return Louis' courage medal from sunken steamer, paint in lanterns for Bertrand, then talk to Metairie. (Gold 14/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Located near Louis' shack. (Lonesome Manor Passage, 29/50)

MOVIE
* Talk to Donald. Not automatic.

OTHER
* Make sure to collect the flyaway book in the Bog Easy shop, then return to Ian to give him the chance to clear his name with Madame Leona. Failure to do both will cost you a pin.

Lonesome Manor Manor House

PINS (2)
* Drop the suspended anvil on the pressure pad to raise a path across the thinner pool. Look behind and to the left of the Spladoosh. (Bronze 16/20)
* Open the red chest on the second story balcony. (Anvil, Special 33/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Thin out the window on the right side of the upper balcony. (Lonesome Manor II, 30/50)

GREMLIN
* Thin out the wall on the left side of the upper balcony. Watch out for the guardian Spladoosh. (24/30)

Lonesome Manor Foyer

PIN
* Thin lower-right foyer wall, and look in a chest on the left side of the hidden room. (Silver 14/17)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Ride the flying tables and thin out the Chernabog painting to reveal a hidden alcove. (Lonesome Manor I, 31/50)

GREMLIN
* Also located in the alcove behind the painting. (25/30)

OTHER
* This doesn't actually get you a pin, but solving the Pete quests will affect your endgame Movie, so here it is: Thin out the wall directly in front of you when you start the room (where the staircase would otherwise be) to find the Colonel Pete film reels. You must do this BEFORE you finish the trapped ghost's skull quest.

Lonesome Manor Stretching Room

PIN
* Ride the room to the top (third) level. Thin gravestone painting segment. (Gold 15/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* On the third level, thin out the blue water section of the hunter painting. (Mad Doctor, 32/50)

GREMLIN
* Ride to the second level, thin out the painting of the man in his underwear. Enter the painting cylinder and spin away from the room to find him. (26/30)

Lonesome Manor Library

PINS (2)
* Collect all six flying books, or pay 50 E-tickets to the gremlin to do the job. (Silver 15/17)
* Fix all of Madame Leona's paintings. (Art Appreciator, Special 34/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Hiding in the rafters, behind a spiderweb at the opposite end of the room from the gremlin. (Library, 33/50)

DONALD PART
* Thin out the wall to your right near the beginning of the room. (1/4)

GREMLINS (2)
* Near the skull behind the right hand wall, near some furniture. (27/30)
* In the rafters on the left side. (28/30)

OTHER
* Make your way to the rafters, move to the opposite rear side of the room, thin a spiderweb and a wall to find the Hatchet for Horace.

Lonesome Manor Ballroom

DECISION POINT
* It's not much of a decision, really. Help the Organ play a tune and you'll net a pin, gain a path to a gremlin, and hold open other quests when you get back to town. Anger the Organ by thinning its keys and you'll lose all those options and have to ride the flying tables to the top of the room. Since all the items the tables give you access to are still available with the "helpful" path, there's nothing lost by being the good guy here.

PINS (2)
* Help the organ play his song. (Play a Tune, Special 35/48)
* Look in an alcove on the right side of the second floor. (Bronze 17/20)

DONALD PART
* Along the upper walkways, above the entrance to the room. (2/4)

GREMLINS (2)
* Behind a wall on the upper left balcony. (29/30)
* High up on an organ pipe on the right hand side. Requires a tricky jump. Use an anvil or preferably a TV two platforms over for some extra height. (30/30)

Lonesome Manor Attic

DECISION POINT
* Unlike other bosses, you'll get the same pin no matter how you beat the Mad Doctor. Your choice to either thin out the eye on the last Beetleworx generator or activate all three pressure pads at once will simply decide whether you get a Thinner or Paint upgrade here.

PINS (2)
* Defeat the Mad Doctor with either method. (Mad Doctor, Special 36/48)
* Check out the area behind and above the Mad Doctor and the last Beetlework spawner. (Gold 16/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Located on the machines at the back of the attic. (Mad Doctor Pod, 34/50)

DONALD PART
* Hop up to the rafters using the painted in chest silhouette, an elevated section of track, and an overhead pipe. The blue chest isn't hard to find. (3/4)

Bog Easy hub + Mean Street

PINS (6)
* Talk to Ian, if you earlier returned the runaway book to him. (Well Read, Special 37/48)
* Assemble Animatronic Donald. (Animatronic Donald, Special 38/48)
* Talk to Metairie and paint the bridges around town. Must have helped the Organ to remove the ghosts. (Bronze 18/20)
* Buy at Bertrand's shop after recovering his sign. Must have helped Organ. (Lonesome Manor, Special 39/48)
* Talk to Horace with the Hatchet. (Case Closed, Special 40/48)
* Buy from Emporium. (Mean Street, Special 41/48)

EXTRA CONTENT (2)
* Purchase from Bertrand's shop after helping the Organ. (Bog Easy, 35/50)
* Gather 30 Power Sparks to help Markus open Walt's apartment above the Fire Station. Thin away window to get in. (Mickey and Oswald, 36/50)

DONALD PART
* The ghosts will hand this over, provided you calmed down the Organ. (4/4)

MOVIE
* Not automatic. Pursue the "Donald's Pains" quest after you fix the duck.

Mickeyjunk Mountain (again)

Oswald's Fortress

EXTRA CONTENT
* Grab this piece from on top of the giant Mickey statue on the left of the room. (Oswald Poses, 37/50)

Shadow Blot Fight

DECISION POINT
* Paint or thinner...you know the drill.

PINS (2)
* Befriend the Shadow Blot with paint. (Me and My Shadow, Special 42/48)
* Destroy the Shadow Blot with thinner. (Shadow Boxing, Special 43/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Thin out a Mickey box on the left side of the platform. (Spatter Puddle, 38/50)

Mean Street (yet again)

PIN
* Take out the Bloticle and this pin will appear in its place. (Repair Mean Street, Special 44/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Give 30 film reels to the Cinema usher. (Blot Mirror, 39/50)

Mean Street (last time!)

PIN
* Wipe out Bloticles in Ostown, Mean Street, Ventureland and Bog Easy to get this deceivingly named pin before heading to Tomorrow City. (No More Bloticles, Special 45/48)

Dark Beauty Castle (again)

Lab

PIN
* Drain the thinner, then check out the room behind a thinned out Oswald statue. (Bronze 19/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Take a long, tricky jump, then poke around near the crashed rocket. (Mad Doctor Lab I, 40/50)

Throne Room

DECISION POINT
* There are two ways out of the Throne Room. Paint in every window and bounce a light beam between the gargoyles for the helpful path. Thin out the winches holding the chandelier in place for the destructive path.

Loosening the chandelier costs you the Oswald pin, but each path reveals a different film projector. You'll have to use both to get all the film reels.

PIN
* Hanging in the air above the entrance projector. Thin a section of the second floor and drop onto it. (Gold 17/20)

EXTRA CONTENT (2)
* Thin wall to the left of throne, dodge Blot tentacles to top of hidden corridor, thin floor to find this one. (Throne Room, 41/50)
* Thin a patch of wall in the hallway with the rolling rock. (Oswald and Ortensia, 42/50)

Fireworks Control Tower

PIN
* If you took the friendly path from the Throne Room, talk to Oswald a couple times. (Oswald, Special 46/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Look behind control console. (Sleeping Ortensia, 43/50)

Utilidor 4

PIN
* Thin out a hidden hallway on the right side, or follow the path from extra content. (Silver 16/17)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Inside a toon patch of wall high up, only reachable from an elevated chandelier. (Dark Beauty Castle II, 44/50)

Sorrow Tower

EXTRA CONTENT
* Look around projector room after rotating gargoyles. (Horned Blot, 45/50)

Grief Tower

PIN
* Paint in the chest on a ledge near the entrance. (Gold 18/20)

EXTRA CONTENT (2)
* Floating in air as you climb the tower. (Blot Attack I, 46/50)
* Look left in projector room after finishing gargoyle fight, jump on barrels to retrieve this item. (Slobber Charge, 47/50)

Loss Tower

PINS (2)
* Before entering third battle room, look down to see adjacent arches. The chest is underneath the platform you're standing on. (Gold 19/20)
* Look in the chest after your long, long fall. (Skydiver, Special 47/48)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Quickly head to bottom of fourth floor in fall sequence (directly after the floor full of thinner refills). (The Blot, 48/50)

Utilidor 7

PINS (2)
* On top of chandelier when you re-enter the hall after painting gears outside. (Silver 17/17)
* In second hallway, you'll see an upper level after the floor collapses. Requires a tricky jump. Easiest way to get there is by using a watch sketch to reach the chandelier nearest that level before it falls. (Gold 20/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* Look around the upper area with the gold pin. (Blot Attack II, 49/50)

Inside the Blot

PINS (2)
* Talk to Gus if you've released every gremlin. (Gremlin Guardian, Special 48/48)
* Talk to Gus, then jump down a steep ledge on the left. Chest must be painted in. (Bronze 20/20)

EXTRA CONTENT
* In the giant chamber with Mickey's heart, beneath a platform on the right side of the room. Near the central thinner pool. (Lonesome Manor III, 50/50)
 

ann0d

Active Member
Thank you, I am not a game person, but this hooked me in, so it is really hard for me to figure out certain things. :shrug: I will just keep playing and start another game with all this help. I only found 3 pins and I just past the magic carpet/dragon screen. I'm a pathetic player! LOL
 

Wilt Dasney

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Original Poster
I'm currently about 20% through my first playthrough since posting this, just to confirm everything. I've continued to update the list with clarifications, additions and just one (!) correction (so far anyway).

I know this isn't a gamer forum, but this thread seems to get a lot of guest views, so I'm hoping it is drawing in gamers looking for help from Google. It was on the first page of results for "epic mickey checklist" last I looked. :)
 

Magenta Panther

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Just wanted to mention that Epic Mickey has sold 1.24 million copies worldwide to date, which is pretty phenomenal. And it hasn't even premiered yet in Japan. Kudos to Warren Spector and the crew. It's an awesome game.
 

Wilt Dasney

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Original Poster
I've just finished my playthrough to confirm the items on the list. Of course, the nature of the game prevented me from grabbing everything, but I took care of all the items I had doubts or questions about. I'm going to consider the list final at this point, unless someone sees any problems they want to point out.
 

Wilt Dasney

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Original Poster
For the record, I believe the absolute best you can do on a single playthrough is 95/105 pins, 50/50 extra content, 38/39 movies, and 34/36 film reels.
 

Stacie_Most

New Member
Thank YOU!

Wow, I am so thankful to you for taking the time to do this. I absolutely LOVE Epic Mickey. Before I bought the game I read some reviews regarding the Epic Mickey game & content. The reviews were mixed. I so very rarely can even justify spending $50 on a game- Yet I said " Hey its disney, Its got to be good!". Well I could not be more happy about the choice I made that day! I also could not disagree more with those haters and bad reviews! I have not enjoyed playing a game this much since I was young!! I LOVE THIS GAME!! I am now 29 and have 3 kids and am playing it over for the second time! Thats how much I LOVE IT! I have always been a huge Disney fan, I grew up near Disneyland and always had the annual pass, I was considered a Disneyland local! I used to read those pick your path books- this game reminds me of that. I really appreciate this checklist. I had started one of my own and it was so time consuming. I just had to join this site to tell you THANKS for this and to Tell Everyone I LOVE PLAYING EPIC MICKEY!!:sohappy: Pins 78/105 Film Reals 31/36 ~Stace
 

Wilt Dasney

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Original Poster
No problem, Stacie. Enjoy the game. And since you're such a Disney fan, hopefully you'll find other discussions on the forums that appeal to you. :wave:
 

Stacie_Most

New Member
No problem, Stacie. Enjoy the game. And since you're such a Disney fan, hopefully you'll find other discussions on the forums that appeal to you. :wave:
Thanks Wilt- That was a kind note! May I please bring this to your attention!

GAME RUINING GLITCH_:brick:__PLEASE READ!!!!- I was almost done with my second run through the Epic Mickey game when I encountered a TRAGIC Glitch. Basically I have begun the battle of the blots on Mean Street(witch was a skip itself) next when I was supposed to go to Mickeyjunk Mountain- I went to OsTown instead to complete a quest, I go through the mirror and bam- ITS 100% BLACK, Music is playing, Yet I am totally stuck. The icon for my game progress is a Black Film Strip. Also I can not go home from the Wii-mote, pause NOTHING. After some researching I have found that this glitch is caused by the pirate machine on Skull Island. If you ignore it and make the one bad choice I did and try to go to Os Town and not MickeyJunk Mount to complete a quest. You will have ruined your game- so Wilt please change the options there to either brake the machine or Fix it- But do not IGNORE IT! I am devistated I have lost all of my progress 34 Film Rolls and 8 pins away from finish! OUCH!! Starting all over begrudgingly!:cry:
 

Wilt Dasney

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Original Poster
Stacie...that is so tragic. I read about the exact same thing happening on another forum.

Unfortunately, it's my understanding that you MUST ignore Hook's machine to get three particular pins on your return Ventureland trip. As I recall, fixing or destroying it will BOTH cause the pirates to return home, and they have to stick around Ventureland to open up the narrative paths that lead to those pins.

I feel awful that this glitch is ruining so many people's games. :-/
 

wukongxiang

New Member
Thanks Wilt- That was a kind note! May I please bring this to your attention!

GAME RUINING GLITCH_:brick:__PLEASE READ!!!!- I was almost done with my second run through the Epic Mickey game when I encountered a TRAGIC Glitch. Basically I have begun the battle of the blots on Mean Street(witch was a skip itself) next when I was supposed to go to Mickeyjunk Mountain- I went to OsTown instead to complete a quest, I go through the mirror and bam- ITS 100% BLACK, Music is playing, Yet I am totally stuck. The icon for my game progress is a Black Film Strip. Also I can not go home from the Wii-mote, pause NOTHING. After some researching I have found that this glitch is caused by the pirate machine on Skull Island. If you ignore it and make the one bad choice I did and try to go to Os Town and not MickeyJunk Mount to complete a quest. You will have ruined your game- so Wilt please change the options there to either brake the machine or Fix it- But do not IGNORE IT! I am devistated I have lost all of my progress 34 Film Rolls and 8 pins away from finish! OUCH!! Starting all over begrudgingly!:cry:

I know how you feel, this was my 3rd run through to get the last things I needed, I was 3 concept arts and 1 pin away from being fully complete. Sadly one of those concept arts was located during the shadow fight on mickeyjunk mount and before looking up the glich I went back to see if I could grab it. Kind of wish I just did a 4th run though the game. No way am I going to do everything over now :(
 

Aurora8305

New Member
Thanks Wilt- That was a kind note! May I please bring this to your attention!

GAME RUINING GLITCH_:brick:__PLEASE READ!!!!- I was almost done with my second run through the Epic Mickey game when I encountered a TRAGIC Glitch. Basically I have begun the battle of the blots on Mean Street(witch was a skip itself) next when I was supposed to go to Mickeyjunk Mountain- I went to OsTown instead to complete a quest, I go through the mirror and bam- ITS 100% BLACK, Music is playing, Yet I am totally stuck. The icon for my game progress is a Black Film Strip. Also I can not go home from the Wii-mote, pause NOTHING. After some researching I have found that this glitch is caused by the pirate machine on Skull Island. If you ignore it and make the one bad choice I did and try to go to Os Town and not MickeyJunk Mount to complete a quest. You will have ruined your game- so Wilt please change the options there to either brake the machine or Fix it- But do not IGNORE IT! I am devistated I have lost all of my progress 34 Film Rolls and 8 pins away from finish! OUCH!! Starting all over begrudgingly!:cry:
The same thing happened to me. I went to tech support for the game and they sent me a half way complete game so I won;t have to do everything over. In one file was the game at the point where it glitched (the same spot you are at on you second play-through) and in another file, the game about 1/2-3/4 through the first play.

I finished the second reloaded play-through, and am now beginning the 3rd to get the last few things. Mostly the Gold, Silver, and Bronze pins. Just wish I knew which ones I need to find,
 

AsteroidAsh

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I was able to return the axe to Gilda and open the secret under ground pins. The game lets you use the axe when you return to Mickey junk mountain to fight the shadow blot. If anyone still plays this.
 
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