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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 12:37pm 29/08/19 | 0 Comments
Which were both standout released back in the 1990s due to the fact that for the first time they used real Disney Animation assets to bring the digital characters to life. Something we covered in-depth when we took a look back at Disney's Aladdin in a retrospective feature. Called Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and the Lion King the bundle is set to debut October 16 for PC and consoles.

It's actually a rather impressive collection too - with multiple versions of the games playable across their various releases, including a special Trade Show Demo made for Aladdin. Visual updates and remastered filters and tools too, and behind the scenes stuff like concept art and interviews.

Check it out.


Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and the Lion King features:
  • Authentic Game Content with Modern Improvements – Fans old and new can enjoy the original game builds, upscaled graphics, customizable controls, special filters for visual enhancement and more.
  • Variety of Game Versions – The collection includes multiple playable platform versions of the games including their Sega Genesis, Game Boy and Super Game Boy releases, as well as The Lion King Super Nintendo Entertainment System version.
  • A Helping Hand – Players who want to experience the Disney magic in true “Hakuna Matata” fashion can use the Interactive Game Viewer, Rewind feature and cheat codes to aid gameplay progression.
  • Curated, Explorable Museum – A treasure trove of behind-the-scenes development assets including interviews, an art gallery and a music player shares the rich history behind the Aladdin and The Lion King 16-bit games.

The only thing missing is the separate Capcom developed Aladdin game for th Super Nintendo - but that's understandable. For fans this is definitely shaping up to be a must-have collection of a pair of classi Disney 2D platformers.



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