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Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King is a compilation of the classic platformers Aladdin and The Lion King originally developed by Virgin Interactive and Westwood Studios based on the classic Disney movies, Aladdin and The Lion King, from the early 1990's. The game includes multiple versions of each game and includes unreleased content.

Gameplay

The gameplay is the same as the older versions, except for "rewind" and "watch" features. The rewind feature lets the player rewind their gameplay if they made a mistake or died, allowing the player to replay that section attempting to correct their mistake, thus preventing the player from having to lose a life and restart at the previous save point. The watch feature allows the player to fast-forward the computer-controlled gameplay, then pick up the game at a later point in the level.

Included games

Aladdin

  • Console S - The "Console S" version is the Sega Genesis version of the game (the Super NES version is not included).
  • Final Cut - The "Final Cut" version is the console version with bug fixes, camera adjustments and other refinements.
  • Demo - The "Demo" version is an early, unfinished version that contains only 3 levels that was shown as a demo at a trade show in Chicago before it's initial release.
  • Japanese - The "Japanese" version is the console version that was released in Japan.
  • Handheld - The "Handheld" version is the Game Boy version of the game.
  • Handheld Color - The "Handheld Color" version is the Game Boy Color version of the game.

The Lion King

  • Console N - The "Console N" version is the Super NES version of the game
  • Console S - The "Console S" version is the Sega Genesis version of the game.
  • Japanese - The "Japanese" version is the console version that was released in Japan.
  • Handheld - The "Handheld" version is the Game Boy version of the game.
  • Handheld Color - The "Handheld Color" version is the Game Boy Color version of the game.

Extra features

There's also a "Museum" menu option for both Aladdin and The Lion King which contains behind the scenes videos of the making of the games as well as creator interviews. There are also production materials such as drawings and animations. A soundtrack feature is also included which has all the music used in the console versions.

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