If you're like me, you played a lot of Sega Genesis in your youth. In between games of Sonic, Sonic 2, and Sonic and Knuckles (or playing Sonic 2 with Knuckles — wasn't that the best?!), I also enjoyed several games inspired by Disney classics. The most notable of these titles in my mind was Aladdin where you would play as the Street Rat and make your way through the street of Agrabah throwing apples at guards.

Well, if that last sentence stuck a nostalgic chord with you, then I have some amazing news. Today GOG.com announced that they were teaming up with Disney to offer downloads of three classic 16-bit games that you can now play on your computer. In addition to Aladdin, the site also has The Lion King (which I also owned) and The Jungle Book available.

Forget how these games look? Here's a quick reminder:

The games are playable on Macintosh, Windows, and Linux devices and are currently on sale for $8.99 a piece or $19.99 for the bundle through August 8th. So what are you waiting for? My only question is which do I play first?