What's up, guys? Tigerfan45 here, and I'm back again. I love playing video games. So, today, I'm going to show you which video games I have that are based on Disney movies. Enjoy!

SuperNintendo Games


Aladdin SNES Box

Come on down, stop on by, hop a carpet, and fly to another Arabian Night!

Aladdin is one of four SuperNintendo Disney Games I have. The other four I will get to next. It's a really fun game, but, MAN! Is it hard! Probably the hardest level in the game is when the cave of wonders starts to cave in, and, you have to be careful on how you control the magic carpet, so that you don't get hit by the falling rocks, or by the roof of the cave. But, there are some good things about this. For example, the graphics are awesome, especially the character designs. And, I like how Abu keeps following you around, kinda like Sparx in the Spyro games. Plus, there's a mini game with the genie, where it looks like wheel of fortune, and you can get extra lives and more continues if you strike out. The level I've gotten to was a level where the Genie takes you on a tour of his lamp (which I don't remember happening in the movie), and they play "Friend Like Me", and I just can't help but sing along. All in all, Aladdin is definitely worth playing.

The Lion King

LionKing SNES Cover

Oh, I Just Can't Wait To PLAY King!

Of course! How can I forget this one! This was the first Supernintendo game that I got, and, naturally, I had a blast playing it, even though it took me probably 20 tries to beat it (in fact, this is the only SuperNintendo game I've beaten). Let's get to the good stuff first. First of all, the graphics are perfect! It's almost like watching the movie itself! But, without a doubt, the best thing about this game is that it has all the music from the movie, and, I always sing along whenever I play this game. I also like how, in the stampede level, the Wildebeests come straight at the screen, it's almost like 3D. I also like how, when enemies start panting when you play as Adult Simba, you can use a grapple and throw technique. But, without a doubt, there are some things that make the game really hard. For example, in the "Can't Wait To Be King" level, when you ride on an ostrich, and you have to jump over a baby rhino, duck beneath a bird's nest, and then jump over a baby rhino and over a bird's nest. There, timing is everything. If you jump at the wrong moment, you lose a life. But, the only thing that REALLY frustrated me was when, in the level "Simba's exile" they have rocks falling on you! I don't know why they felt that was so necessary! This didn't happen in the movie! It would have made more sense of the hyenas were chasing you! Because that's what happened in the movie! But, other than that, this is a very fun, very memorable game. And, if you're a huge Lion King fan, you gotta get it.

The Jungle Book

JungleBook SNES game

The Bare Necessities of life will come to you!

The Jungle Book is also a lot of fun to play. The graphics are great, and, I like how they do that thing where you can swing on the vines, and that Baloo throws masks at you that give you immunity from enemies. And, of course, on level two, they play "The Bare Necessities", which, again, I sing along to. However, the game is extremely difficult. In fact, if anything, I would actually say that this game is even harder than Aladdin. At least, with Aladdin, I've been able to get much farther, but, with this, I can't get past the third level, where you fight Kaa. I will say this, Kaa looked just like he did in the movie, but I can't beat him! I can't dodge his hypnotic gaze! It drives me nuts! And, 99% of the time,I end up getting hit! If you can get to Shere Khan and beat him, you deserve a medal! But, all in all, I enjoy this game. It's a lot of fun, and definitely worth playing. It's just the Bare Necessities of Life!


Lampwick snes

Pinocchio is probably the easiest SuperNintendo games I have, but it's still fun. First off, just like The Lion King, it has all the music from the movie. I also thought it was cool how we got to play as Jiminy Cricket for one small level. One of my favorite levels is the "I've got no strings" level, where you have to do what the other puppets do. I also like how, there's only one boss, the coachman. And here, we actually get to see him get him get his comeuppance. However, the hardest level for me is the last one, where you try to escape from Monstro. I try everything I can, but. I keep getting sucked back into his mouth. If anyone knows how to beat him, just let me know. But, overall, this is a really fun game. Definitely check it out. I think you might like it.

Wii Games


I couldn't find a picture for this one, but, that's not the point. This game is OK, and I enjoy it. I like how it goes with the style that of the show that Bolt went through in the movie. I also like how you get to play both as Penny and Bolt. Penny knowing some martial arts moves was pretty cool, and, of course, I LOVE using the super bark. Sadly, though, I haven't been able to get very far. But, I think the best thing about this is the fact that it starts with Rhino beginning to watch the show on DVD, just like how I feel when I watch shows like The Simpsons or Teen Titans, or even animal documentaries. So, all in all, I do like it, I just wish I could get farther.

Disney Sing It: Family Hits

Now we're talking (or singing)! I love singing, so I got this game in a heartbeat! I like how you get to choose your character for your profile, and that you get your choice of what song you sing, whether it be the classics, like "The Bare Necessities" from The Jungle Book, "Under the Sea" from The Little Mermaid, or "Hakuna Matata" from The Lion King, the Pixar movies, like "If I Didn't Have You" from Monsters, Inc., and "You've Got A Friend in Me" from Toy Story, even newer movies, like The Princess and the Frog. But, best of all, it has only songs from the Disney movies, not songs from all that "Hannah Montana" or "Jonas Brothers" or "High School Musical" junk. So, if you like Disney movies and you like to sing, this is just the game for you!

Ratatouille: The Video Game


Now, first off, I love the movie, Ratatouille. It is one of my favorite Pixar movies. The game is pretty fun. So far, it follows the plot of the movie very faithfully. However, I still can't get very far. I don't really have much to say about this game, but, I will say that I will play it again.

Nintendo GameCube games

Tarzan: Untamed

Now, this will be the final game I address in this blog. I love the movie, Tarzan, and this game is awesome. In a way, it's a sequel to the movie. Turns out, there are poachers in the jungle again, and they want to kidnap the baby gorillas for laboratory tests, and, it's up to Tarzan to stop them. So far, the only enemies I had to fight were porcupines, poachers, and a bush pig. I loved the graphics in this game, the creators did a good job of making it look like the movie. And, it's still awesome that the game lets you surf through the trees. All in al, it's a very fun game so far. If you're a serious Tarzan fan, you gotta get it.

Well, guys, that's all the Disney games I have. Are there any that you think I should check out? If so, just leave them in the comments. See you around!

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