The Lion King, Aladdin, and The Jungle Book 16-Bit Games Now on PC and Mac

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Remember the classic Disney games during the days of the NES, Sega Genesis, and SNES? Well thanks to, you can now buy and play 16-bit versions of The Lion King, Aladdin, and The Jungle Book.

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All three games are ports of their respective Sega Genesis originals, which is great because those versions still burst with a beautiful 16-bit era art style. The games are DMR free, and available on Windows, Mac, and even Linux. Each game costs $10, or you can buy a bundle which comes with all three for $30. However, right now a launch sale is underway and you can grab each game for $9, or the bundle for $20.

All three of the games were originally developed by Virgin Interactive, with Aladdin being released in 1993, while the other two games launched later in 1994.

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