The Lion King: Activity Center is a PC game released in September, 1995.
Activity center game based on Disney's 1994 film The Lion King. Play simple mini-games and put together simple puzzles, practice spelling or watch clips with popular songs from the movie and sing along.
- Main Menu: Simba serves a guide.
- Matching Game (concerning the bugs, that is)
- Find the Friends
- Spelling (spell a certain selected word, and Pumbaa will fall into a mud hole; the minimum amount of letters required to spell a word will be three while the maximum amount of letters required to spell a word will be eight)
- Rafiki's Tree
- Coloring pages
- Achi (He says it's like tic-tac-toe, but with a twist)
- Outlands - Simba and Nala act as (invisible) guides to the player.
- Xylo-bone: You can either play your own tunes, or like in a certain "Repeat the Pattern" game, try and repeat the pattern Ed plays.
- Memory Match: Using stone cards, you can either play by yourself, with a real-life friend, Simba, Nala, or Ed (Simba mentioning himself as the opponent was the second mention as such, as Nala tells him she already told the player so).
- Maze game: Help Simba get through the maze before the hyenas get him (when Nala introduces this game, Simba denies needing any help, which Nala contradicts).
- Magic Pool (Just clips from the movie)
- All the original cast reprises their roles except Nathan Lane as Timon and Jonathan Taylor Thomas as Simba, and Rowan Atkinson as Zazu (aside from clips). Instead, they are voiced by Quinton Flynn, Ryan O'Donohue (later voicing Young Kovu in the second movie), and Jim Piddock, respectively.
- Nala has a part in the Outlands section, but other than her face appearing on stone cards for a certain memory match game, she is never seen, only heard.