Classic Retro Disney Game Bundle (Aladdin/Jungle Book/Lion King) on GOG - £14.07 - HotUKDeals
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Classic Retro Disney Game Bundle (Aladdin/Jungle Book/Lion King) on GOG - £14.07

£14.07 @ GOG.com
Don't know what versions these are based off but it seems like the mega drive version. Lion King, Jungle book and Aladdin (Probably the best one) all three for £14.07 for a limited time Individual … Read More
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
Don't know what versions these are based off but it seems like the mega drive version.
Lion King, Jungle book and Aladdin (Probably the best one) all three for £14.07 for a limited time
Individual price is £4.69
Only exclusive to GOG

Edit:
Trailer
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MBuJGmhV-jg

Just had a look on some forums and it is the Megadrive/PC versions. Best versions IMO
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9m, 2w agoFound 9 months, 2 weeks ago
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IIRC wasn't the DOS port of Aladdin bad? Will stick to my megadrive I think...
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JMJ1990
IIRC wasn't the DOS port of Aladdin bad? Will stick to my megadrive I think...

Yes, the Megadrive version was easily the best. Many assume that because modern PC games typically outperform their console game counterparts that it was always that way, it wasn't. Early PCs were typically intended for work only and had dire audio video capabilities. Things changed from the mid 90s on but until then PC versions were often inferior, the same is true of many games that appeared on Amiga and PC, the Amiga version is usually the better one....
banned#3
snes was the best one! but yeah this was awesome

Edited By: lindusthegreat on Aug 08, 2016 15:32: lol geek here
banned#4
on the snes the graphics were smoother and alla din had more special moves and could interact more with his environment

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