If you’ve ever seen Disney’s The Lion King on Broadway, you’re already quite aware that it’s a 360-experience in itself. But now you can get even closer to the magic from a centre stage view that’ll have you feeling like it’s the first time again.
Scar from The Lion King is one dapper gentleman in Hyung86's Disney University fanart series. In-universe, he teaches political science, and is a fan of classical music, English literature, and... Jeremy Irons films. Of course. Look below for Professor Scar in his full glory, and over here for more from Hyung86.
In the first episode of Double Fine's new "Devs Play" series, Westwood Studios co-founder Louis Castle explores the challenges of turning one of Disney's most beloved animated films into a 16-bit platformer. I've learned so much.
A scene that took three years to finish, the sound of an F-16 jet fighter and moments we can't unsee after watching CineFix's latest clip about The Lion King.
In 1994, Westwood—they of Command & Conquer fame—released a platforming adaptation of The Lion King. It was pretty great! Westwood had no part in the bootleg Chinese version of the game, though, which added a few extra scenes.