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While Disney is known as an entertainment juggernaut for years, it also has a history of being involved in video games. In fact, they have been involved in the gaming industry for more than 3 decades now. What makes things a little more complicated is that their ventures (and the results) have been more or less a mixed bag during that time span. Here is a quick look at the long and complicated history of the magical company in the gaming industry.

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It was during the late 1980’s when the company first experimented with video games. Their first stab at the industry came in the form of educational software. It was at first a licensing venture, with other companies creating the software and just them licensing their characters and movies. Their first ever self-published non-educational title was Who Framed Roger Rabbit, a spinoff of the popular movie from the 80’s.

The success of Who Framed Roger Rabbit got the ball rolling, so to speak. They established their first dedicated division for gaming: Walt Disney Computer Software. They first started by creating titles for kids, and then they once again struck gold when they succeeded with The Little Mermaid, one of the forgotten video game hits of the late 80’s.

Another early hit they had is a project they developed with Silent Software: The Animation Studio. Other successes they had during the decade include Castle of Illusion and Ducktales. While success was there, consistency of results hasn’t always been there.

During the 1990’s, the company was making waves in the movie industry. However, their video game ventures have been more of a mixed bag. For the most part, the company just let WDCS call the shots on the creative direction of Disney. Some of the 90’s: The Lion King, Aladdin.

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This has led to the creation of games that didn’t rely on any Disney characters such as Stunt Island and Coaster. Partly because of this success, everyone within the company suddenly wants to get more involved with their interactive event division, and it made it hard for them to get projects approved, let alone create successful titles.

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