Disney Video Games For Your Kids and Peace of Mind

Looking for games that your kids are sure to enjoy without having to worry about its contents whether safe and age appropriate or not? There are Disney video games that young children are sure to enjoy. It is also a hit among older kids and other gaming enthusiasts. Here are a few you can check out.Darkwing Duck is based on the Disney television series Darkwing Duck. This was developed by Capcom for NES in 1992 and then ported to Game Boy in 1993. Game Boy’s version is basically a slight stripped-down version of the NES game. A game sequel was planned however it was never released.Chip ‘n Dale are two of the world’s most famous chipmunks. Children followed their adventures on TV, now they can join this duo as they go on adventures in a computer game. Nintendo produced a spin-off video game in 1990 called Rescue Rangers and a sequel was released in 1994. There is also a DOS game by Hi-Tech Expressions Inc in 1990 called “Chip ‘N Dale Rescue Rangers: The Adventure in Nimnul’s Castle”.Disney’s Aladdin is based on the 1992 motion picture Aladdin. Five different versions of the game are produced by NES, Game Boy, Super NES, Sega Master System/Sega Game Gear and Sega Mega Drive.Kingdom Hearts is more popular than most Disney video games. It is of the action role-playing genre developed and published by Square Soft in 2002 for PlayStation 2. The story follows young Sora, as he is thrown into an epic battle against the forces of darkness. His companions are Donald Duck and Goofy who help him on his quest. The game received high praises combining role -playing and action as well the mixture of Square and Disney motifs.The Lion King is based on Disney’s popular animated film. It was published by Virgin Interactive in 1994, and was released on Game Boy, Sega Mega Drive/Genesis, SNES, NES, Master System, Game Gear and Amiga. The story follows Simba as a cub until he grows into an adult and went to battle against Scar.