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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 02:58pm 05/08/16 | 1 Comments
We're talking Aladdin, The Lion King, and The Jungle Book. Three classic games that PC kids in the '90s could point to when leather jacket wearing and no-good troublemaker Stephen Farrelly would turn up at the playground and be all 'Mario this' and 'Sonic that'. And now thanks to the awesome people at GOG.com, we've got DRM-free versions of all three to experience all over again! Ahh, 16-bit Disney magic.

If you haven't played the PC game adaptations of Aladdin or The Lion King before you may be wondering what the big deal is. Well, take our word for it. They were awesome. And now, thanks to GOG.com they're DRM-free and easily playable on just about any PC.

The only real downside is that at $12 a pop, they feel a tad overpriced. Mainly because we have not the willpower or strength to resist buying all three.

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Posted 04:55pm 05/8/16
I had the Lion King on MegaDrive. It was cool.
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