The Lion KingTwo video games based on the film have been released. The first, entitled, The Lion King, was published in 1994 by Virgin Group and was released on NES, SNES, Game Boy, Sega Master System, Sega Genesis, Game Gear, Personal computer and Amiga.
The final called Level "Stampede" should have been called "Wildebeast", "Hakuna Matata" was "Willow Cascade", "Simba's Destiny" was "Rafikis Chase", "Be Prepared" was "Junge Caverns", "Simba's Return" was "Hyenas Lairs" and "Pride Rock" was "Evil Scar Boss" in an early Beta Version (August 1994) of the Game.
The Lion King: Simba's Mighty Adventure
Timon and Pumbaa's Jungle GamesIn 1996, Disney Interactive and 7th Level released Timon & Pumbaa's Jungle Games on personal computers under the Disney Gamebreak brand. In November 1997, it was released on Super SNES. The game includes one where Pumbaa uses his gas to destroy fruits and bugs (and even a kitchen sink) that fall out of trees, a variation on a pinball game, a game where you use a peashooter to hit enemy creatures in the jungle, a game where Timon has to jump onto hippos over a river to deliver bugs to Pumbaa, and a variation on Tetris.
The Lion King for GameBoy AdvanceA third game was published in 2003 simply called The Lion King for Game Boy Advance in Europe and Asia. Another GameBoy Advance video game based on the direct-to-video prequel/midquel, The Lion King 1½, was released in 2003. Timon and Pumbaa are playable characters, though Simba is not playable at all, though his childhood character has a moving sprite.
Kingdom Hearts II
Part of the main plot of The Lion King is retold in the 2005 Square Enix PlayStation 2 game Kingdom Hearts II. The characters of the film appear in "The Pride Lands", one of the many Disney "worlds" in the game. The plot is altered and new dialogue was recorded to accommodate the presence of the three main protagonists (Sora, Donald Duck and Goofy). Simba also appears as a Summon and Summon Card in Kingdom Hearts and Kingdom Hearts: Chain of Memories, respectively.
- The Lion King for GameBoy Advance is one of the few where Simba is even playable. Instead, he plays a very small role and only a supporting character.