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The Best Disney Games Of All Time

Disney has some of the most recognizable characters in the world, and it’s regularly putting out new movies and TV series that immediately create pop culture icons. The likes of Mickey Mouse, Minnie, Donald, and Goofy have been progressively joined by a wide variety of other great and memorable characters, whether it’s from TV shows like Darkwing Duck and Gargoyles or its prestige array of big-screen fairy tale adaptations like The Little Mermaid and Cinderella. And where there’s valuable, beloved characters, there will be adaptations into other mediums like books, toys, and of course, video games.

There have been countless Disney video games produced through the years, so a look back shows a microcosm of game development as a whole. Though the House of Mouse’s game output has slowed from its heyday during the 8- and 16-bit eras, there are still gems to be found, and more coming all the time. Here are some of the best Disney games of all time, listed from oldest to newest.

If you’re looking for even more games to play with kids, be sure to check out our 15 great games parents need to play with kids, best Switch games for kids, and the best family games of 2021 as rated by Metacritic.

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