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Saturday, 6 August 2016


There's not really a lot of quality gaming for the very young. Most titles are little more than a trick to teach basic math to an unsuspecting 4-year-old, but Disney bucked the trend in the 90s by catering to all demographics. Older gamers got the 16-bit platformers on consoles, while the pre-schoolers got the high production values of the Animated Storybooks. The Activity Centre series - three of which you can find here - falls somewhere in the middle in both quality as well as age-range.

To get to their review, click on the images below.

Disney's Aladdin - Activity Centre

Disney's The Lion King - Activity Centre

Disney's Toy Story - Activity Centre

Like this? Try These...

Disney's Ariel's Story Studio  Disney's Winnie the Pooh and the Hony Tree  The Crystal Maze


  1. YEAH!!! I am super excited about this!!!!!!

  2. I would love to see Disney Princess Fashion Boutique, Beauty and The Beast: Magical Ballroom, Winnie the Pooh: Ready for Math with Pooh, Winnie the Pooh: Ready to Read with Pooh, My Disney Kitchen,