Disney Platformers on GOG.com

GOG.com announces the addition of three 16-bit platformers to their market place. They now offer DRM-free editions of Disney Aladdin, Disney The Lion King, and Disney The Jungle Book, all on sale for the first week. Here's a rundown on the releases:
Good stories never fall out of style. And if someone knows how to tell a proper fairytale, that's got to be Disney. Today, three of their most celebrated, charming platformers of yore based on such tales are coming back, exclusively on GOG.com. Disney Aladdin, Disney The Lion King, and Disney The Jungle Book are all household names that still captivate our imagination, decades after we got introduced to their cinematic and videogame worlds.

That's why GOG.com and Disney heave teamed up to bring these beloved classics of the 16-bit era to a new generation of gamers and Disney fans. All three titles have been meticulously updated to be compatible with modern operating systems while preserving the original graphics, sound, and gameplay.
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I'm still waiting for Hello Kitty Island Adventure to appear on Gog.
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The bundle price is reasonable I guess. I loved these games as a kid (lion king especially is really good), but I think the snes/genesis emulators would be much better than the dubious dos versions
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I wish they would have brought Disney Coaster to GOG.
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I remember these old games.
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mag wrote on Aug 4, 2016, 13:29:
Both are extremely solid games, to my memory. ...but not worth $10/ea in 2016.
Yes, definitely not worth $10/ea. I mean, wow... Disney, just... just... just go **** yourselves.
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Scottish Martial Arts wrote on Aug 4, 2016, 13:17:
Tachikoma wrote on Aug 4, 2016, 11:57:
Yawn. Much more interesting is the fact Kenshi just appeared on GOG - finally some EA -sorry, In Dev - game with substance.

The Lion King and Aladdin are both generally regarded as two of the best platformers from the SNES/Genesis era, if not two of the best ever. I know I definitely have fond memories of both from elementary school.

Yeah. Both are extremely solid games, to my memory. ...but not worth $10/ea in 2016.
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Tachikoma wrote on Aug 4, 2016, 11:57:
Yawn. Much more interesting is the fact Kenshi just appeared on GOG - finally some EA -sorry, In Dev - game with substance.

The Lion King and Aladdin are both generally regarded as two of the best platformers from the SNES/Genesis era, if not two of the best ever. I know I definitely have fond memories of both from elementary school.
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Yawn. Much more interesting is the fact Kenshi just appeared on GOG - finally some EA -sorry, In Dev - game with substance.
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