Disney’s Aladdin and The Lion King video games from the ’90s will rerelease this fall, bringing the two classic games together with new features and enhancements, including upscaled graphics to bring them into the new millennium.
The collection includes a new “final cut” of Aladdin and an original Aladdin “tradeshow demo” that has not been publicly available since 1993, one year after the movie originally hit theaters. Other upgrades include instant save states, a rewind button to jump back up to 15 seconds, level select, invulnerability, infinite lives, and an interactive game viewer that enables players to view full game playthroughs with the ability to skip forward, jump in, and start playing at any point.
The game also includes multiple playable platform versions of the games including the Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and Super Game Boy releases, as well as The Lion King Super Nintendo Entertainment System version.
Disney fans can also go behind-the-scenes with interviews, an art gallery and a music player that share the history behind the original Aladdin and The Lion King 16-bit games.