Can’t wait for Nintendo’s NES Classic Edition to gorge your nostalgia? Sink your teeth into 3 iconic 16-bit Disney platformers instead.
GOG.com and Disney teamed adult to move Aladdin, The Lion King, and The Jungle Book to a new era of gamers and fans. Each are now concordant with complicated handling systems while progressing their strange aesthetic, so players can suffer a informed graphics, sounds, and gameplay of a 1990s.
“Developed during a golden age of platformers, Aladdin, The Lion King, and The Jungle Book determined themselves as hallmarks of a genre, earning a regard of fans and critics comparison for over dual decades,” GOG wrote in a blog post.
GOG credits that success to a games’ “groundbreaking visuals”—hand-drawn for a Super NES and Sega Genesis regulating Digicel technology. Now, 30-something gamers can relive their childhood while new players turn proficient with what GOG calls “beautiful works, full of that observable Disney attract and smashing clarity of adventure.”
Aladdin, The Lion King, and The Jungle Book are now accessible DRM-free for Windows, Mac, and Linux. Purchase any particular pretension for $9.99, or all 3 for $29.97; GOG is charity a limited-time bonus of 10 percent per diversion ($8.99), or 33 percent off a gold ($19.99). Discounts finish on Aug. 8 during 8:59 a.m. EST.
Nintendo, meanwhile, continues to gain on a retro trends with a NES Classic Edition, a tiny chronicle of the 1980s console that plugs directly into your HDTV. The complement launches with 30-plus titles on Nov. 11 for $59.99.