List of Disney Videogames Developed by Virgin Interactive (1990s)

Before it was acquired and rebranded in 2003, Virgin Interactive Entertainment, the Virgin Group’s own videogame development and publishing arm, has had a fruitful business history that made it a vanguard of the revolution that brought games from the arcade to home consoles.

  

It also had a great partnership with Disney, creating game titles based on some entries of the latter’s Animated Canon. This was due to the VIE office’s original location in Hollywood’s “30-mile zone” that helped it gain licenses to produce videogame adaptations of movies from that time.

Here’s a short list of Disney animation-based videogame adaptations developed in partnership with Virgin Interactive.

  1. Aladdin (1993) primarily for Sega Genesis, different from the SNES version developed by Capcom
  2. The Lion King (1994) for SNES and Genesis
  3. The Jungle Book (1994) for SNES and Genesis
  4. Pinocchio (1996) for SNES, Game Boy and Sega Genesis

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