The Disney Collection

Game Controls

Click screen to activate.
(Keyboard / Gamepad)
    = Directions (+)
Z = A   X = B   Q = L
A = X   S = Y   E = R
 Enter ↵  = Start
Shift = Select

Optional: Setup your own custom control keys by clicking on the keyboard icon within the emulator. You can activate unlimited time and live options by entering cheat code.

To save your game: Hover over the emulator screen and use the icons to save your progress. Down arrow icon (save), Up arrow icon (load).

To start your game: Wait a few seconds after opening the page to play game. If the game starts to load automatically, there will be texts at the bottom of the game window indicating that the game is loaded. If there are no texts showing that the game is loaded, click the button that says PLAY NOW at the bottom of the game window to load the game. A few seconds after clicking the button, texts indicating that game is loaded will start to appear.

If you are playing the game on a tablet or mobile phone, the buttons used in the game will appear on the screen. But if you are playing from a computer with a keyboard, the buttons of the game are controlled via the keyboard. In order to play the game, it is important to know the buttons used in the game. To learn out the buttons used in the game, scroll down the page and look at the picture below the game name that shows the buttons.

If there is a button that says INSERT COIN in the picture, in order to play the game, you have to press this button several times, just like throwing coin on the machines in the arcade halls. The more times you press the button, the more coin you count. As your coin runs out, you must press the button several times again to play the game.


Game Details

The Disney Collection

The Disney Afternoon Collection is a compilation video game developed by Digital Eclipse and published by Capcom. It features six video games originally developed by Capcom and released for the Nintendo Entertainment System, all based on animated series from the television block The Disney Afternoon, which ran in syndication from 1990 to 1997. The compilation includes the titles DuckTalesChip ‘n Dale Rescue RangersTaleSpinDarkwing DuckDuckTales 2, and Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2. It was released on April 18, 2017, for PlayStation 4, Windows, and Xbox One.


Included games
1989 DuckTales
1990 Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers
1991 TaleSpin
1992 Darkwing Duck
1993 DuckTales 2
1994 Chip ‘n Dale Rescue Rangers 2

All six games in the collection are primarily side-scrolling platform games. The games retain their original style and gameplay, but the compilation also includes the ability to rewind game time to correct mistakes, and time attack and boss rush modes, in which players are able to compete in online leaderboards. Additionally, the compilation includes concept art, music, and additional assets created for the original games.[1]


The ports to modern systems were developed by Digital Eclipse. According to John Faciane, associate producer for the collection, the idea of compiling the various Capcom games developed in association with The Disney Afternoon show block was already in place when he joined Capcom in July 2016. He said that there was growing fan interest in these games after Digital Eclipse released the Mega Man Legacy Collection in August 2015, and when he had joined, the company was in the final stages of figuring out which games to include in the collection. The ports are based on the studio’s Eclipse Engine, also used in the Mega Man Legacy Collection, which is able to take the original ROM images and decompile them so that they can then re-execute the code in a virtual machine developed for modern systems. The studio recognized, like many games of the 8-bit era, that these titles were generally difficult compared to more contemporary games, and incorporated features like save states and the rewind feature to help players. Some of the additional content for the game were from archives that Digital Eclipse’s head of restoration Frank Cifaldi had made when he “pirated” the games as a youth.


The Disney Afternoon Collection received mostly positive reviews on upon release, earning average scores of 78 out of 100 for the PC version, 76 out of 100 for the PlayStation 4 version, and 75 out of 100 for the Xbox One version from Metacritic. Many reviewers commented on the appeal of the games being potentially limited to players familiar with games from the 8-bit era. In his review for GameSpot, Jason D’Aprile called the collection “a refined time capsule that covers a very specific chapter in gaming history”, and that the appeal was the entire package rather than any specific game, elaborating that “while these games might not be anything to get overly excited about individually, in a package that includes plenty of history and extras, this collection is a nostalgic curiosity with heart”. Samuel Claiborn of IGN called the compilation “a collection aimed squarely at fans of old-fashioned platformers that makes little effort to update them for modern conventions”, and that the quality of each game varied, calling them “three hits and three duds”. The website would additionally praise the title’s extra features and art gallery. Ray Carsillo of EGM called the title “pure nostalgia”, but that it could be recommended to newer Disney fans “as long as they can appreciate the 8-bit “vintage” look”. However, the publication remarked that the game’s rewind feature could sometimes cause crashes or slowdown.


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