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Nightmare Forge Games released a trailer for the Infestation 88 survival game, featuring a menacing early Mickey Mouse from Steamboat Willie. The 1-4 player game narrates a rodent outbreak in 1988 that takes a dark turn, showcasing an evolution into more ominous situations. The release date for the game is not disclosed. The original Mickey Mouse from Steamboat Willie entered the public domain on New Year’s Day, allowing for creative use rights. Winnie-the-Pooh also entered the public domain in 2022, followed by Tigger in 2024. These shifts in copyright have allowed for new, darker depictions of these beloved characters in various media.

Nightmare Forge Games releases trailer for Infestation 88

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Nightmare Forge Games released the Infestation 88 trailer, revealing a survival game with players confronting a menacing early Mickey Mouse from Steamboat Willie. The 1-4 player experience narrates a rodent outbreak in 1988 that takes a dark turn. The game showcases how the situation evolves into something more ominous.

In the trailer, a grotesque Mickey Mouse, far from his Disney days, attacks exterminators combating the rodent onslaught. The release date for the video game remains undisclosed. Steamboat Willie, a 1928 film, marked Mickey and Minnie’s debut and a turning point for Disney.

The original Mickey Mouse from Steamboat Willie entered the public domain on New Year’s Day after nearly a century at Disney, granting the public creative use rights. Modern Mickey Mouse versions are still under Disney copyright due to the 95-year protection.

This shift follows Winnie-the-Pooh entering the public domain in January 2022. In 2023, a film depicted a darker side of Pooh and Piglet on a bloodthirsty quest after being abandoned by Christopher Robin. In 2024, Tigger also joined the public domain.

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