The digital gaming portal of GOG has announced the arrival in its store with three of the flagship platforms sponsored by Disney of the era of 16-bit consoles – Mega Drive and Super Nintendo – namely Aladdin, The Lion King and The Jungle Book. At this time, these games are also available on offer at a price of $20 to take home all three titles.
Disney’s Aladdin, Disney’s The Lion King and Disney’s The Jungle Book, are regarded as some of the best video game platform of 90s, and serious exponents of the genre in desktop machines of Nintendo and SEGA at the time of the 16 bits.
Before you jump for joy, you should know that you are neither getting a remaster of the game, nor a remake in HD.
The games used the Digicel technique of Disney that allowed transferring cells, stills and animations taken from movies to video games, allowing pixels to recreate the same movements of their cartoon creations. Three decades later, the three titles will be available as a digital download individually at a price of $8.99 – and in special promotion for its launch or pack at $19.99.
It is not the first collaboration of Disney Interactive with GOG and DRM-free shop and digital rights, since in October 2014, several titles of Star Wars or the saga of Sam & Max, came to the portal of video game.
To accompany the announcement, a trailer was released that you can find below.