Old school games didn’t always let you save, but with new re-releases of Aladdin and The Lion King that has all been changed. While the package doesn’t have the most robust save state system, you can keep your progress up to the second for each version of both titles. But while this new feature is great, it isn’t fully explained before you’re thrown to the minions of Jafar and Scar. To help, here’s how to save in Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King.
How to Save
The answer lies in the newly added menu you can access at any time during gameplay. This isn’t reached via pressing Start, Options, Menu, or Plus though, leading to some confusion. Instead it’s the alternate options button, which for Switch is Minus. I haven’t played the other versions, but it should be similar, lining up with View on Xbox One and the Touchpad on PS4. Try these and let us know how they work on those respective platforms.
Once you do find the menu it’s as easy as Game Options and scrolling to Save. You can also load a previous save file from here, if you’ve messed up too much and don’t think rewinding will help. If it is just a simple mistake though you’ll want to check out our guide on how to rewind in Aladdin and Lion King. This new feature really makes the games easier to get through. But with a better save system in place it’s already a lot easier, so that may be enough. Hopefully so, but if knowing how to save in Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King isn’t all you need be sure to let us know.