The 16-bit versions of Aladdin and Lion King have gotten a ton of love from fans as of late, but here are five other Disney games you’ll fall in love with if you give them a chance.

Mickey’s Speedway USA: This 2000 racer for the Nintendo 64 sporting solid visuals and was a lot better than anyone could have expected thanks to a fun story that involved the player rescuing Mickey’s dog, Pluto. Add in some cool tracks from all over the country and it’s a lot deeper than you’d expect as well.

Dance Dance Revolution Disney Mix: Hard to complain about a DDR game with Disney tunes.

Hercules: Essentially a celebration of 16-bit gameplay, the Greek god’s romp on the PlayStation is a throwback to fun times.

The Nightmare Before Christmas: Bogie’s Revenge: Okay, so this isn’t exactly great, but it’s a fun entry for little ones that want to see the movie in video game form. The camera is annoying and the gameplay is shallow, but it’s a pleasure on the eyes.

Lego The Incredibles: Released in 2018 on current generation consoles, this is another awesome Lego game, just with a Disney property. For some reason, it doesn’t get the love it deserves.

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