Disney has re-released three 16-bit classics


Get your nostalgia on with these three Disney video game classics that have been revamped and re-released for Windows, Mac and Linux.

On Thursday, it was announced by Disney that the company is re-releasing three classic 16-bit video games for computer platforms everywhere. Those who have either Windows, Mac, or Linux will be able to experience these classic games once again.

According to Entertainment Weekly, the three games that will be available to purchase exclusively on GOG.com are Aladdin and The Lion King, which were released on the Super Nintendo, and The Jungle Book, which was released on the Sega Genesis. The best part is that you can purchase them right now and start playing these games whenever you want.

In Disney’s Aladdin, you play as the main protagonist Aladdin and you have to go through various stages and levels that are inspired and taken from the animated film. For example, the Cave of Wonders and Sultan’s dungeon are all included in the game. When it comes to combat, you have a sword to attack enemies or deflect objects, and you can also use apples to hit them from a distance.

In Disney’s The Lion King, you control Simba as you go through the same events of the film. As you progress through the game, you get to play as both child and adult Simba. The game consists of combat, where you jump at enemies to beat them and there’s various puzzles that you have to complete throughout.

In Disney’s The Jungle Book, you play as Mowgli and you go through the same events of the film. Being raised by wolves, Mowgli must make his way to the human village because of the ferocious and menacing tiger known as Shere Khan, who is hunting him. In the game, you fight all sorts of different animals while meeting iconic characters from the film, like Baloo and Bagheera.

All three games can be purchased in a bundle at a discounted price of $19.99, or you can buy them individually for $9.99.

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