What were you doing in the early 1990s? Well, I was busy! spending countless hours of my life, playing Aladdin, The Jungle Book, and The Lion King and other classics. Oh! it was a golden time.
If you are one of such people and have spent most of your childhood playing epic games on Saga Genesis and Super Nintendo Entertainment system (SNES), there is good news for you! PC game distribution platform GOG brings back Disney trio (Aladdin, Lion King, and Jungle Book) to play on Windows, OS X, and Linux, thus offering you an opportunity to enjoy these smash-hit games once again.
Yesterday GOG announced that it is bringing back three of Disney’s most celebrated 16-bit performers: Aladdin, The Lion King and The Jungle Book on Windows, OS X, and Linux. Now you can once again play this trio of notable 16-bit classics on your PC.
For those who don’t know, these games were created between 1993 and 1994 and were very famous at that time. They were highly admired and appreciated for their jaw-dropping visuals and amazing sound effects. In other words, these games were amongst the cream of the crop for Sega and SNES.
After GOG brings back Disney trio on PC, you can once again enjoy these nostalgic classic games, but this time on a different platform. In case you haven’t played the games before (perhaps you’re a teenager), you can also check them out. Despite their limited mechanism, they still have a lot to offer. You’ll definitely love playing them.
The trio of these nostalgic smash-hit classics will be available for download on PC, on August 8. This will once again reignite the debate that which console was superior, even if Saga Genesis has already won by a huge margin in a 2012 Kotaku poll.
Anyways, this trio of 16-bit Disney titles can be purchased for $8.99 individually, which is slightly lesser than the regular price ($ 9.99). You can also buy them all in one bundle for $19.98.
The GOG versions of the games are DRM-free and have very few system requirements, which mean more and more people can opt to play them. Just remember one thing: The Past is precious, you should never let it die!
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