The show all about Disney video games, past and present.
This week, Clay and Jeph use their imaginations and set forth making their own adventures inside the Pixar worlds!
This month, Clay, Jeph, and Dave talk and review Walt Disneys sophmore animated movie release. 1940’s “Pinocchio”.
Episode 20 is a puzzling one! Clay and Jeph review the N64 version of this Disney/Tetris team up!
What’s this!? A spinoff show of Mouse Bytes??? Reviewing Disney Animated Movies??? Thats right! Once a month, Clay, Jeph, and Dave will be reviewing a Disney Animated Movie going in chronological order. So this month we are starting with the one that started it all... "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs"!
On this episode of Mouse Bytes, Clay and Jeph set out to discover if it is truly possible to mix Animal Crossing with Disney. Lets see what happens!
On this episode of Mouse Bytes, Clay and Jeph see what all the hype is about with this "hidden gem" for the Super Nintendo! GOOF TROOP!
It’s a crossover! For one special episode, two separate show universes have collided for one specific licensed movie title on the Game Boy Color! So join Bryan, Clay, and Jeph as they take a look at The Emperor's New Groove!
This episode Clay and Jeph sneak their way into Disneyland to slow dance with Captain Hook???
This week Clay tackles an episode all on his own! He takes a look at Beauty and the Beast for the NES. A game that never released in the US, so hopefully its pretty good!
This episode Clay and Jeph get all kinds of angry as they focus their inner Donald Duck and take a look at this multiplatform action platformer!
Clay is a videographer and musician from Indianapolis. Video games have always been a hobby and passion of his. Clay is a huge fan of Nintendo, Xbox, and both 2D and 3D platformers.
His favorite Disney game is The Magical Quest Starring Mickey Mouse.
Jeph is a content creator from Portland. He has been a huge fan of video games since he was three years old and saw his cousin playing Super Mario Bros. on the NES. Jeph is a longtime fan of Rare Ltd. and also loves the history of video games in general.
His favorite Disney game is Mickey's Speedway USA for the Nintendo 64