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The Lion King

by Disney Interactive Studios
Super Nintendo
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4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)


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  • ASIN: B00002SWBG
  • Item Weight: 4 ounces
  • Media: Video Game
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (39 customer reviews)
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #3,827 in Video Games (See Top 100 in Video Games)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes

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model # SNS-006, 1992 Nintendo. Made in Japan, SNS-USA/Canada

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15 of 17 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars Cool Game March 4, 2001
A Kid's Review
I love the Lion King Game! It is still fun after i've been playing it for, oh maybe, 6 or 7 years. There are 10 levels. The first one is The Pridelands, where little Simba learns to jump, roll, climb, and kill enemies, like iguanas and hedgehogs, and a big one at the end! The second level is Can't Wait To Be King, where Simba gets thrown by monkeys, bounced by rhinos, and can take a ride on an ostritch. It's a little tricky to find out what you have to do to get thrown in the right place (hint: roar at the pink monkeys). The third level is what i like to call hyena heaven, but that's not what it's really called. It's a pretty easy level, just keep eating bugs and you'll be fine. The fourth level, The Stampede, gives you a front view of Simba as he runs through a large valley. He's supposed to jump over the rocks (or go around them) and dodge the antelope, but i've found that he can jump over the antelope as they come along. The fifth level is one with falling rocks, but i forgot the name. The rocks fall on you after about 5 seconds of standing in the same place, so keep moving. The sixth level is Hakuna Matata. In this level, Simba can slide down waterfalls, and as amazing as it sounds, climb up waterfalls (you'll see how). And there's a big hairy something at the end! In the seventh level, Simba is finally grown up, so he has some new moves, like slash and double slash, which are very useful in these levels, especially for those leopards. The next level is one that i also forgot the name, but it is just lava, lava, lava everywhere you go. Lava drips, lava volcanoes, lava rivers. Be careful and watch the hyenas and kill the bats fast please. I'm sorry, but the ninth level is a pain if you dont have the map. There are about 30 caves, each connecting to a different one, and no other one. Read more ›
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Lion King fun September 12, 2000
A Kid's Review
It's a blast! I had fun playing, with tons of levels for you to tackle! It starts as young Simba and you progress into adult Simba. You get more exciting moves too! And tackle your evil uncle himself, Scar! I give it two thumbs up!
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
5.0 out of 5 stars The Lion King, A Good Oldie (by Laura) February 28, 2008
Fun: 5.0 out of 5 stars   
I do still have a Super Nintendo. I believe it was the best system of it's day, and I still enjoy playing games on it. The games, such as this one, are really good; even when compared to today's games. This game in particular brings back fond memories... I was first introduced to this game at a dentist's office (it was one of the games you could play in a small room while you waited for your turn). It was second only to a Sonic the Hedgehog game as my favorite game to play in there. My mom saw me playing it and thought that young Simba was so cute, she bought it for me. It's harder for younger kids than older kids, as it was more challenging for me back then then it is now. Still, I can remember when I first got past the "Hakuna Matatta" level, and Simba became an adult; it felt quite magical to control a young cub in the first several levels, and then see and control him as an adult in the rest. Beating the "Be Prepared" level, and defeating Scar were also proud accomplishments. The bonus levels were fun (my favorite being the Pumba one), and even when I did finish the game I played it over and over and over. I did, however, never leave the easy difficulty *blushes*. Still this is a wonderful game, with many pros and no cons I can think of. If your mom hasn't already gotten you this, and you still have a Super Nintendo, then you need to get this game for your collection.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
3.0 out of 5 stars an OK game..... June 23, 2005
A Kid's Review
Fun: 4.0 out of 5 stars   
"the lion king" is great except i never got to beat it because i was stuck on level 2!! but i cheated with the invincibility code.

But i'm usaully good with beating games but now i get stuck easily so i got sick of it. My favorite out of all the levels is the fight with scar but at the end he's hard because you have to flip him over the rock! i thought he just ran off but you have to grab him, flip him and then he falls all the way down,and then you get to ROAR!!!! and "hakuna matata" was good too. But i don't like the mini games that much you have to avoid bad bugs in one and they're everywhere! and some of the others are stupid sometimes especially the one where you are pumbaa and you have to eat the good ones and they get faster and faster when you eat more of the right ones. anyway the game is good except when your a cub because you don't get very good attack moves except roll and jumping but the hyenas are tough! you have to fight one but how do you fight two of them when one is in front of you and another is behind you? it's too hard for me because your toast if you don't put the invincibility thing on there! I tried that once and i died right before i could get past the first part of the level! the hyenas just kept coming one after another and another one came and another one came and a another one came...

But that's how the game is and actually the hyenas are smarter then anyother videogame badguys! well at least for super nintendo. and the best thing is that you don't die for touching a badguy unlike most of the nintendo badguys that if you touch by mistake you die, they have to chomp you or scratch you good before you die! which is good right? they touch you and you die not the other way around only you touch them and you die!!!

so it's sort of a good game!
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