Disney's Hide and Sneak, known as Mickey to Minnie Trick and Chase in Japan, is an action-adventure video game released in 2003 by Capcom. This is the last game to feature Mickey Mouse as a protagonist until the 2010 video game Epic Mickey.
The story begins when a small alien named Lu-Lu was floating around in space, she gets hit by a meteor and falls to earth. Meanwhile, on earth, Mickey and Minnie Mouse were having a picnic when they discovered Lu-Lu. At first, they thought it was a mushroom, but then Minnie (if the player is playing as Mickey) or Mickey (if the player is playing as Minnie) climbs on her and started doing poses for the player character. Then, all of a sudden, Lu-Lu started floating away with the other mouse still standing on it. It was up to the player character to go after them and find them. Towards the end of the game, Mickey and Minnie finally help Lu-Lu summon a giant alien space ship. Lu-Lu floats up along the tractor beam of the ship, and Mickey and Minnie say good bye to her as she flies back home to outer space in the ship.
- The teaser for the game was placed in, of all things, the home video release for Pokémon Heroes. The reason for this was because at the time, the Pokémon movies were being released by Miramax Films which was owned by Disney at the time.
This game received very poor reviews. IGN gave it a 4.8, calling it "just as bad and boring as Disney's Magical Mirror Starring Mickey Mouse". On Amazon, the game a similar 2.7/5 with 3 reviews.