Nighthawk Interactive and Digital Eclipse are bringing remasters of classic 90s era Disney platformers Aladdin and The Lion King to PlayStation 4, Switch, and Xbox One on October 29. Both games are being released together as a physical release called Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and the Lion King, as well as updating the digital versions on consoles and PC.

The games feature upscaled graphics for modern HD displays and various upgrades like customizable controls for enhanced playability. Multiple platform versions of the games include Sega Genesis, Game Boy, and Super Nintendo versions. Aladdin also includes a brand-new final cut as well as the original trade-show demo from 1993.

Additional modern conveniences include multiple save slots, a 15-second rewind button, level select, and easy to apply cheat codes like infinite lives. An Interactive Game Viewer shows full game playthroughs for added assistance. The collection also includes behind-the-scenes material such as interviews, art gallery, and music player.

Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and the Lion King will be available at retailers on October 29 for $29.99. The games are rated E10+.

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