The Lion King 2: Simba's Pride: Active Play is a PC game on November 1998.
Disney's The Lion King II: Simba's Pride Active Play encourages children to sing and play as they romp through the Pride Lands on a safari of fun, and join Kiara and Kovu for a whole jungle full of excitement. In addition to enjoying arts and crafts, sing-alongs, and puppet shows, kids will share plenty of laughs with friends Timon and Pumbaa. There are also masks and wacky animals to print and play with, and seven original songs.
- As is usual for certain video games, Cam Clarke does his own speaking voice for Simba (in the movie, he only did the singing voice in place of Matthew Broderick).
- Coincidentally, Cam Clarke and Ryan O'Donohue (who reprises his Kovu role) both voice-acted in the original movie's Animated Storybook, only with O'Donohue voicing Young Simba there.