3 Classic 16-Bit Disney Games Re-Released On Good Old Games

16-Bit-Disney-Games-on-GOGGood Old Games and Disney have teamed up to bring not one but three of the treasured 16-bit era platformers DRM-free to GOG. Those looking for another excuse to power through Aladdin, The Lion King and Jungle Book need look no further.

These incredible games all made use of Digicel technology, allowing hand-drawn cel animation from Disney's studio within the action. The characters were brought to life with a level of vibrancy that was unparalleled at the time, and it still remains impressive today.

Hopefully this partnership means more retro Disney games will make their way out there for all to enjoy. That said, the steep price tag of £6.99 per game isn't ideal for retro gamers who will no doubt already own the Mega Drive trilogy on cartridge.

16-Bit Disney Classics on Good Old Games

Link: Aladdin on Good Old Games 

Link: Jungle Book on Good Old Games

Link: Lion King on Good Old Games


Last Updated ( 09 August 2016 )  

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(Link to this comment) agentirons 2016-08-09 17:15
For anyone curious on what the "Digicel technology" actually is, Sega-16 has an in-depth article from a couple years ago about the development of Aladdin that explains the process. The tech was developed at Virgin Games, and Dave Perry evidently applied his knowledge from Aladdin on his later games like Earthworm Jim.
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