By Evan Slead
Updated August 04, 2016 at 12:53 AM EDT

Disney is bringing the 16-bit nostalgia with the return of Super Nintendo’s Aladdin and The Lion King, and Sega Genesis’ The Jungle Book, three of its most beloved platformers, for Windows, Mac, and Linux.

EW has the exclusive trailer, above, revealing the return of these ’90s era hits. Partnering with, Disney has brought back these three titles, which were previously unavailable to modern gamers, to provide a new generation of players with the retro Disney hallmarks.

In Disney The Lion King, Simba has to fight his way through the Bad Lands, maneuver through a horde of colorful giraffes, and take down Scar. Disney Aladdin fans will be able to take control of the titular hero again, throwing apples, collecting diamonds in the Cave of Wonders, and riding on Jafar’s snake belly to bring down the evil ruler. And Disney The Jungle Book will introduce gamers new and old to Mowgli and his journey with Baloo.

All three titles will maintain their original 16-bit graphics, sound, and gameplay. Each game is available separately for $9.99 ($8.99 with launch discount), or together as a discounted bundle for $19.99.

Disney Aladdin, Disney The Lion King, and Disney The Jungle Book are available now at