Mickey Mouse wasn’t always a squeaky-clean do-gooder in white gloves. Frankly, when he debuted in 1928, he was kind of an asshole. He guzzled beer, forced smooches on Minnie, and swung a cat around by its tail just to hear it yowl. But within a year, he settled down to become the upstanding fellow we know today. “Mickey quickly went from anarchist to young adult,” says Warren Spector, lead developer on the new game Epic Mickey. Out November 30, the game attempts to capture both sides of the seminal animated rodent.