A double entry here that could not be missed off this list. Sure, you remember the films but can you remember playing the video games? Who would have thought that two games based on Disney movies would be so playable?
Both were very similar in terms of game-play and they each had fantastic bright graphics and an awesome soundtrack.
We reckon Disney films have never been as good since they started using 3D animation, but perhaps that’s because we are getting on a bit now!
One thing is for sure though, there hasn’t been any better Disney video games since these two gems.
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Whether you liked basketball or not, there’s a good chance you played NBA Jam. Initially released in 1993, this arcade style basketball game was great fun, especially in two-player mode. Although it had simple 2D graphics, the fast-paced nature of this game made it a lot more fun to play the 3D basketball video games that followed in later years.
If you were looking for something a bit different than Sonic and Mario, then Earthworm Jim was for you. This popular game was released in 1994 with a sequel the following year.
By using Jim’s gun and head (as a whip) the aim was to defeat all oncoming enemies and then defeating a ‘boss’ at the end of each level.
There were additional tasks that could be completed for bonus points at the end of many of the levels.