The Jungle Book

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The Jungle Book
System(s): Sega Mega Drive, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear
Publisher: Virgin Interactive Entertainment
Sega Mega Drive
Ballistic (US re-release)
Sega Game Gear
Majesco Sales (US; re-release)
Developer:
Distributor:
Sega Mega Drive
Majesco Sales (US re-release)
Sega Mega Drive
SF Interactive Media (SE rental)
Licensor: The Walt Disney Company
Sound driver: GEMS
Genre: Action[1][2], Adventure[2], Arcade[3]

















Number of players: 1
Release Date RRP Code
Sega Mega Drive
US
$69.9569.95[6] T-70176
Videogame Rating Council: GA
Sega Mega Drive
EU
T-70176-50
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Mega Drive
DE
T-70176-18
Sega Mega Drive
ES
T-70176-06
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Mega Drive
FR
T-70176-09
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Mega Drive
PT
Sega Mega Drive
UK
£44.9944.99[10][11] T-70176-50
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Mega Drive
SE
(Rental)
Sega Mega Drive
IT
T-70176-13
ELSPA: 3+ OK
Sega Mega Drive
CZ
2.165 Kč2.165
Sega Mega Drive
AU
FJUN01SMC
OFLC: G
Sega Mega Drive
BR
046580
Tectoy: Todas as Idades
Sega Mega Drive
ZA
Sega Master System
EU
MK-27069-50
Sega Master System
DE
MK-27069-18
Sega Master System
ES
MK-27069-06
Sega Master System
FR
MK-27069-09
Sega Master System
PT
Sega Master System
PT
(Purple)
3,990$3,990
Sega Master System
UK
£32.9932.99[12] MK-27069-50
Sega Master System
IT
MK-27069-13
Sega Master System
AU
FJUN01SEC
Sega Master System
BR
027330
Sega Game Gear
US
T-70118
Videogame Rating Council: GA
Sega Game Gear
US
(Majesco)
$14.9714.97[14] 1198
ESRB: Everyone
Sega Game Gear
EU
T-70118-50
Sega Game Gear
DE
T-70118-18
Sega Game Gear
ES
T-70118-06
Sega Game Gear
FR
T-70118-09
Sega Game Gear
UK
£29.9929.99[12] T-70118-50
Sega Game Gear
IT
T-70118-13
Non-Sega versions

The Jungle Book is a licensed video game based on the 1967 Disney film with the same name.

Story

The game follows the plot of its namesake film (which is based on the 1894 book by Rudyard Kipling). Mowgli, a young boy who has been raised by wolves, must leave his home in the jungle and return to the human village because the tiger Shere Khan is now hunting him. Mowgli must fight jungle wildlife and ultimately Shere Khan himself to reach his village. During the journey, he meets Bagheera, Baloo, King Louie, and the hypnotist snake Kaa as well as the evil Shere Khan.

Gameplay

Master System and Game Gear versions

The game is a platformer played as the "man-cub" Mowgli. For four of the levels, the goal is to collect the eight gems hidden throughout the level. The level ends as soon as the last gem is collected. For the other levels, Mowgli must find his mentor Bagheera, a black panther, who waits at the end. Gems may appear in these levels but are not necessary to collect. Some of the levels end with a boss encounter. Every level has a time limit of nine minutes.

Mowgli moves with Left and Right and ducks with Down. He jumps with 1 in the Master System version or with 2 in the Game Gear version. He grabs vines automatically when he jumps in front of them. He can climb vertical vines with Up and Down or move along horizontal vines with Left and Right (he can also walk on top of horizontal vines). He can also use swinging vines to jump to higher places. Mowgli can throw bananas at enemies with 2 in the Master System version or 1 in the Game Gear version. He has unlimited bananas, and they can be aimed in eight directions with the D-Pad. He can find items that give him a limited supply of double bananas or boomerangs.

Mowgli's health is indicated by a snake in the corner of the screen, which grows shorter whenever he takes damage. He loses a try if he loses all of his health. He instantly loses a try if he falls into a bottomless pit or water. If Mowgli loses all of his tries, the game ends, but the game can be continued an unlimited number of times.

Items

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Gem
The goal of some of the levels is to collect the 8 gems hidden within them before time runs out. In the other levels, gems can be collected for bonus points.
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Fruit
Collect for bonus points at the end of the level.
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Banana Bunch
Items besides gems and fruit are found inside banana bunches, which are opened by shooting them.
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Heart
Restores two segments of Mowgli's health.
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Head
Gives the player an extra try.
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Two Bananas
Increases Mowgli's firepower by letting him rapid-fire bananas. Lasts for 50 shots.
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Boomerang
Changes Mowgli's weapon to boomerangs for the rest of the level, which are more powerful than bananas and return to him after thrown.
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Tribal Mask
Temporarily makes Mowgli impervious to damage.
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Figleaf
Checkpoint where Mowgli is revived after losing a try. Mowgli retains any gems that he has collected after being revived.
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Frog
Increases Mowgli's jump height for the rest of the level. Found in King Louie's Temple.

Scenes

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Jungle by Day
Map: 1️⃣ 
Collect 8 gems.

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Great Tree
Map: 1️⃣ 
Collect 8 gems.

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Dawn Patrol
This is a bonus level where Mowgli can collect fruit for bonus points. The player proceeds to the next level without losing a try if Mowgli is harmed by an enemy or falls into a bottomless pit.

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By the River
Map: 1️⃣ 
Reach Bagheera.

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In the River
Map: 1️⃣ 
Reach Bagheera.

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Tree Village
Map: 1️⃣ 
Reach Bagheera.

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King Louie's
Maps: 1️⃣ | 2️⃣ 
Reach Bagheera.

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Falling Ruins
Maps: 1️⃣ | 2️⃣ 
Reach Bagheera.

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Jungle at Sunset
Map: 1️⃣ 
Collect 8 gems.

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Jungle at Night
Map: 1️⃣ 
Collect 8 gems.

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The Wastelands
Map: 1️⃣ 
This level consists solely of a fight against Shere Khan.

Mega Drive version

The game is a platformer designed around exploration. The player must collect a certain amount of gems within a time limit (similar to previous Virgin games Global Gladiators and Cool Spot). After finding the gems, Mowgli must find a character, usually Bagheera but also Baloo or sometimes a boss. Each level is designed with a great deal of verticality and generally lacks simple horizontal paths. Instead, Mowgli must climb trees, swing from vines, and climb on animals to make his way across. Mowgli can be moved with Left and Right, ducks with Down, and jumps with C. He automatically grabs vines when he touches them and can climb up and down them with Up and Down. When on the ground, he can also use Up and Down to see the areas above and below him. He can travel in tree holes and huts by pressing Up.

Mowgli has several weapons, which can be selected by pressing A and used by pressing B. His initial form of offense is throwing bananas, which are weak but unlimited. Most enemies require can sustain at least one hit from a banana before being defeated. Mowgli's other weapons are stronger but limited; he can find ammunition for them in the jungle. Mowgli can use his weapons while crouching or jumping. He can throw his weapon directly upward with Up+B. He can also stand in place and throw his weapon in any direction by pressing B to shoot, A to lock in place, then any direction on the D-Pad to aim. All of his weapons are projectiles that he throws, except for the Mask of Invulnerability, which renders him immune to damage. It also finite but can be replenished by finding items.

Mowgli's health is indicated by his portrait in the corner of the screen, which is truncated whenever he takes damage. He loses a try if he loses all of his health. Additionally, most levels have bottomless pits or water, which cause Mowgli to instantly lose a try if he falls into them. If Mowgli loses all of his tries, the game ends, but the player has unlimited continues.

There are three difficulty levels (Practice, Normal, and Hard), which changes the time limit (7 minutes for Practice, 6 minutes for Normal, and 4 minutes for Hard) and the number of gems required (8 gems on Practice, 10 gems on Normal, and 12 gems on Hard) for each level.

Weapons

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Banana
The basic weapon. Weak but unlimited and long range.
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Double Banana
Mowgli throws two bananas at once for double damage.
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Boomerang Banana
A medium-range weapon that returns to Mowgli after it is thrown, potentially hitting a target twice.
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Pea Shooter
The strongest weapon, same long range as bananas.
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Mask of Invulnerability
Activate to make Mowgli invulnerable. He can still throw bananas while invulnerable. It ticks down while active and ends when it runs out of time or when switched off.

Items

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Gem
The objective of each level. There are 15 hidden in each level, and the player must collect 8 gems on Practice, 10 gems on Normal, and 12 gems on Hard. Collect all 15 gems to play a bonus level.
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Heart
Replenishes some of Mowgli's health.
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Compass
Found in each level. Gives the player a compass for the rest of the level that points in the direction of the closest gem.
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Hourglass
Adds another 30 seconds to the timer.
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Fruit
Collect for bonus points at the end of the level.
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Stones
Gives Mowgli more stones for his Pea Shooter weapon.
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Boomerang
Gives Mowgli more boomerangs for his Boomerang Banana weapon.
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Banana Stand
Gives Mowgli more bananas for his Double Banana weapon.
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Mask
Gives Mowgli more time for his Mask of Invulnerability.
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Elephant
Checkpoint where Mowgli is revived after losing a try. Mowgli retains any items that he has collected after being revived.

Chapters

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Jungle by Day

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The Great Tree

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The Dawn Patrol

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The River

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Baloo and the River

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The Tree Village

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The Ruins

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Collapsing Ruins

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Jungle at Night

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The Wastelands

Bonus level

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Bonus level

Mowgli enters a bonus level after the current level is completed if the player finds all 15 gems. The bonus level is a cavern filled with fruits for bonus points. It has a short timer and ends when time runs out. There are five different bonus level layouts, which repeat after they have all been played.

History

Development

Development of the Mega Drive version was started by the Virgin Games USA development team, led by famous programmer David Perry. Before the game was completed, they were switched to work on Aladdin instead. When Aladdin was completed, Virgin wanted the team to go back to The Jungle Book and finish it, but they ended up leaving the company to form Shiny Entertainment and do work that would later result in Earthworm Jim. Eurocom Entertainment Software was then contracted by Virgin to finish the game and develop most of the other game versions.

As with many games published by Virgin Interactive Entertainment, the game was partially PAL optimized by speeding up music but leaving the gameplay untouched. The game's music plays too fast when it is forced in 60 Hz mode.

Legacy

The Mega Drive version of the game was re-released as part of Disney Classic Games Collection for the Nintendo Switch, Xbox One, and PlayStation 4 in 2021.[16] The Super NES and Game Boy versions of the game are also included, with new features such as save states, video filters, and widescreen aspect ratios. The collection also includes multiple versions of Aladdin and The Lion King. Since the collection was previously released for the same platforms in 2019 with only Aladdin and The Lion King, a DLC was added to the previous collection to add The Jungle Book.[17]

Versions

Localised names

Also known as
Language Localised Name English Translation
English The Jungle Book The Jungle Book
French Le Livre de la Jungle The Jungle Book
German Das Dschungelbuch The Jungle Book
Spanish El Libro de la Selva The Jungle Book
Italian Il Libro Della Giungla The Jungle Book
Portuguese (Brazil) O livro da Selva The Jungle Book

Production credits

Master System and Game Gear versions

Syrox Developments
  • Programmer: Dominic Wood
  • Graphic Artists: Jock Green, Mark Knowles
  • Music and Sound: Eurocom Ltd
Virgin
  • Product Producer: Matthew Spall
  • Software Manager: Ian Mathias
Source:
In-game credits
Jungle Book SMS credits.pdf
[18]

Source:
Uncredited


Mega Drive version

  • Produced by: Robb Alvey
  • Assistant Producer: David Fries
  • Executive Producer: Neil Young
  • Virgin UK Producer: Matt Spall
  • Product Planning: Randy Fujimoto
  • Game Design: David Bishop, Bill Anderson, Erik Yeo, David Perry, Eurocom Entertainment, Robb Alvey, Julian Rignall
  • Animation by: Mike Dietz, Edward Schofield, Doug Tenaple, Shawn McLean, Roger Hardy, Clark Sorenson, Jeff Etter, Allyn Welty, Dean Ruggles, Bob Steele, David Simmons
  • Background Art by: Christian Laursen, Lin Shen, Nick Bruty
  • Music and FX: Tommy Tallarico
  • Music by: Tommy Tallarico, Joey Kuras, Mark Miller, Donald S. Griffin, Dr. Stephen Clarke-Willson, Keith Arem
  • Sound Effects: Joey Kuras
  • Virgin Studios Coordinators: Harvard Bonin, Barry Pringle Sr.
  • Production Coordination: Christina Camerota
  • Q.A. Management: David Maxey, Paul Moore, Mike McCaa, Adam Ryan
  • Lead Product Analysts: Bijan Shaheer, Nick Camerota
  • Product Analysts: Chris Rausch, Stacey Mendoza, Chris Nelson
  • 24hr Test Crew: David Fries, Ken Love, Bijan Shaheer, Robb Alvey, Craig McCoy, David Maxey, Jared Brinkley, Eric Harshman, Stacey Mendoza, Chris Rausch, Virgil The Cat, Jeff Gordon, Jim Getz by, Paul Shoener, Chad Soares, Jon Williams
  • Special Thanks to: Dr. Stephen Clarke-Willson, Martin Alper, Justin Heber, Keith Greer, Bert Pelascini, Seth Mendelsohn, Jared Brinkley, Richard Branson, Richard M. Sherman, Robert B. Sherman, Ted Warnock, Sean Wilson, Ben Medina, Andy Hollins, Tim Bromley, Henry Nagel, Mick Love
Eurocom Entertainment Software
  • Programmed by: Tim Rogers, Tim Swann
  • Produced by: Hugh Binns
  • Art by: Steve Wilding, Adrian Mannion, Colin Garratt, Steve Bedser
  • Levels Designed by: Mat Sneap, Steve Wilding, Adrian Mannion
  • Play Testing: Mark Hetherington
  • Special Thanks to: Jon Williams, Dave Looker, Richard Alton, Ian Sneap, Neil Baldwin, Steve Duckworth, Ian Denny, Andy Bee, Nigel Bentley, Ashley Finney, Andi Smithers, Matt Dixon, Simon Garrigan, Paul Bates, Robert Watkins
Disney Software
  • Producer: Patrick Gilmore
  • Assistant Producer: John Santos
(c) 1994 Virgin Interactive Entertainment
(c) 1994 The Walt Disney Co.
Source:
In-game credits
Jungle Book MD credits.pdf
[19]

Source:
Uncredited


Magazine articles

Main article: The Jungle Book/Magazine articles.

Promotional material

Main article: The Jungle Book/Promotional material.

Physical scans

Mega Drive version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
80
82 №23, p28-31
Sega Mega Drive
81
Based on
2 reviews
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
(RU)
70
[20]
(SA)
79
[21]
(FR)
93
[22]
(RU)
90
[23]
(UK)
80
[24]
(UK) PAL
89
[25]
(US) NTSC-U
91
[26]
(US) NTSC-U
91
[27]
(US) NTSC-U
70
[28]
(RU)
70
[29]
(RU)
80
[30]
(IL)
93
[31]
(US) NTSC-U
88
[32]
(US) NTSC-U
89
[33]
(US) NTSC-U
85
[34]
(DE)
80
[35]
(UK) PAL
90
[36]
(FR) PAL
96
[37]
(UK) PAL
90
[38]
(FR) PAL
89
[39]
(DE) PAL
83
[40]
(UK) PAL
92
[41]
(UK) PAL
83
[42]
(SI)
79
[43]
(UK) PAL
75
[44]
(FR)
94
[45]
(DE)
85
[46]
(UK)
90
[47]
(UK) PAL
90
[8]
(UK) PAL
84
[48]
(UK) PAL
90
[49]
(UK) PAL
88
[50]
(UK) PAL
83
[51]
(SE)
82
[52]
(RU)
82
[53]
(UK) PAL
92
[54]
(ES)
93
[55]
(RU)
80
[56]
(DE) PAL
86
[57]
(US) NTSC-U
90
[58]
Sega Mega Drive
86
Based on
40 reviews

The Jungle Book

Mega Drive, US
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Mega Drive, US (cardboard)
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Mega Drive, EU
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Manual
Mega Drive, FR
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Manual
Mega Drive, FR (Blister pack)
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Mega Drive, DE
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Mega Drive, ES
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Mega Drive, IT
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Mega Drive, PT
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Mega Drive, SE rental (SF)
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Mega Drive, GR (Zegetron)

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Mega Drive, CZ (Datart)

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Mega Drive, AU

Mega Drive, AU (Silver)
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Mega Drive, BR
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Mega Drive, ZA
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Master System version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
{{{{{icon}}}|L}} Division by zero.
Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
(DE)
83
[59]
(IT)
90
[60]
(FR)
90
[61]
(IT) PAL
60
[62]
(FR)
85
[63]
(HU) PAL
84
[64]
(FR)
70
[65]
(DE) PAL
74
[66]
(UK) PAL
88
[67]
(AU) PAL
61
[68]
(FR)
93
[69]
(DE)
86
[70]
(UK) PAL
84
[12]
(UK) PAL
84
[71]
(UK) PAL
85
[72]
(UK) PAL
94
[73]
(SE)
86
[74]
(UK) PAL
85
[75]
(ES)
85
[76]
(DE) PAL
62
[77]
Sega Master System
81
Based on
20 reviews

The Jungle Book

Master System, EU
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Cover
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Cart
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Manual
Master System, FR
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Master System, DE
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Master System, ES
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Master System, IT
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Master System, PT
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Master System, PT (Purple)
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Master System, AU
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Cart
Master System, BR
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Cover
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Cart
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Manual

Game Gear version

Sega Retro Average 
Publication Score Source
{{{{{icon}}}|L}} Division by zero.
Based on
0 review
Sega Retro Average 
Publication Version Score
(DE)
83
[59]
(IT)
90
[60]
(UK)
80
[78]
(US) NTSC-U
62
[79]
(IL)
93
[80]
(US) NTSC-U
70
[81]
(FR)
92
[82]
(DE) PAL
74
[83]
(FR)
88
[84]
(DE) PAL
74
[66]
(FR)
90
[85]
(NL)
87
[86]
(DE)
87
[70]
(UK) PAL
85
[12]
(CZ)
85
[87]
(UK) PAL
84
[71]
(UK) PAL
93
[15]
(UK) PAL
76
[88]
(UK) PAL
85
[89]
(ES)
82
[90]
(DE) PAL
79
[91]
Sega Game Gear
83
Based on
21 reviews

The Jungle Book

Game Gear, US
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Game Gear, US (Majesco Sales)
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Game Gear, EU
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Manual
Game Gear, FR
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Cover
Game Gear, FR (Blister pack)
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Game Gear, DE
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Game Gear, ES
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Game Gear, IT
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Technical information

Main article: The Jungle Book/Technical information.

References

  1. File:TJB GG EU Box Back.jpg
  2. 2.0 2.1 File:JungleBook MD SE rental cover.jpg
  3. File:TJB SMS EU Box.jpg
  4. GamePro, "April 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 81
  5. VideoGames, "April 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 54
  6. Game Players, "Vol. 7 No. 7 July 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 63
  7. Mega, "May 1994" (UK; 1994-04-21), page 18
  8. 8.0 8.1 Sega Magazine, "June 1994" (UK; 1994-05-15), page 84
  9. Sega Pro, "September 1994" (UK; 1994-08-11), page 8
  10. Sega Power, "September 1993" (UK; 1993-08-05), page 19
  11. Mega Power, "July 1994" (UK; 1994-06-23), page 36
  12. 12.0 12.1 12.2 12.3 12.4 12.5 Sega Magazine, "January 1994" (UK; 1993-12-10), page 114
  13. GamePro, "January 1994" (US; 199x-xx-xx), page 224
  14. GamePro, "May 2001" (US; 2001-0x-xx), page 26
  15. 15.0 15.1 15.2 Sega Pro, "Xmas Special 1993" (UK; 1993-12-02), page 61
  16. https://www.thexboxhub.com/the-jungle-book-and-more-aladdin-gets-added-to-the-disney-classic-games-collection/
  17. https://mynintendonews.com/2021/11/23/the-jungle-book-more-aladdin-pack-dlc-is-now-available-for-disney-classic-games-aladdin-the-lion-king/
  18. File:Jungle Book SMS credits.pdf
  19. File:Jungle Book MD credits.pdf
  20. 1700 igr dlya Sega, "" (RU; 2001-xx-xx), page 105
  21. Alaab Alcomputtar, "" (SA; 1995-06-xx), page 18
  22. Consoles +, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-0x-xx), page 132
  23. Cool Gamer, "9" (RU; 2002-10-13), page 108
  24. Computer & Video Games, "July 1994" (UK; 1994-06-15), page 50
  25. Digitiser (UK) (1994-05-30)
  26. Electronic Games (1992-1995), "August 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 74
  27. Electronic Games (1992-1995), "September 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 78
  28. Electronic Gaming Monthly, "July 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 34
  29. Entsiklopediya luchshikh igr Sega. Vypusk 1, "" (RU; 1999-xx-xx), page 323
  30. Entsiklopediya luchshikh igr Sega. Vypusk 2, "" (RU; 2000-xx-xx), page 122
  31. Freak, "11/93" (IL; 1993-xx-xx), page 1
  32. GameFan, "Volume 2, Issue 7: June 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 26
  33. Game Players, "Vol. 7 No. 7 July 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 62
  34. GamePro, "September 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 60
  35. GamePro, "September 1994" (DE; 1994-08-26), page 20
  36. GamesMaster, "June 1994" (UK; 1994-05-26), page 46
  37. Joypad, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-0x-xx), page 114
  38. Mega, "May 1994" (UK; 1994-04-21), page 14
  39. Mega Force, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-07-04), page 86
  40. Mega Fun, "08/94" (DE; 1994-07-20), page 61
  41. Mega Power, "July 1994" (UK; 1994-06-23), page 34
  42. MegaTech, "June 1994" (UK; 1994-05-19), page 12
  43. Megazin, "Letnik 2, Številka 16, December 1994" (SI; 1994-xx-xx), page 30
  44. Mean Machines Sega, "July 1994" (UK; 1994-05-28), page 56
  45. Player One, "Juillet/Août 1994" (FR; 1994-0x-xx), page 82
  46. Play Time, "8/94" (DE; 1994-07-16), page 146
  47. Power Up!, "Saturday, September 03, 1994" (UK; 1994-09-03), page 1
  48. Sega Magazine, "August 1994" (UK; 1994-07-15), page 94
  49. Sega Power, "June 1994" (UK; 1994-04-28), page 52
  50. Sega Pro, "June 1994" (UK; 1994-05-24), page 36
  51. Sega Zone, "June 1994" (UK; 1994-05-xx), page 20
  52. Sega Force, "5/94" (SE; 1994-08-10), page 10
  53. Sega Mega Drive Review, "1" (RU; 1995-04-03), page 69
  54. Sonic the Comic, "November 25th 1994" (UK; 1994-11-12), page 11
  55. Todo Sega, "Septiembre 1994" (ES; 1994-0x-xx), page 40
  56. Tricks 16 bit, "Tricks Sega Gold 800 igr" (RU; 1998-03-20), page 95
  57. Video Games, "8/94" (DE; 1994-07-27), page 94
  58. VideoGames, "August 1994" (US; 1994-0x-xx), page 64
  59. 59.0 59.1 Aktueller Software Markt, "März 1994" (DE; 1994-02-07), page 18
  60. 60.0 60.1 Console Mania, "Gennaio 1994" (IT; 199x-xx-xx), page 62
  61. Consoles +, "Décembre 1993" (FR; 1993-1x-xx), page 186
  62. Game Power, "Gennaio 1994" (IT; 199x-xx-xx), page 84
  63. Joypad, "Décembre 1993" (FR; 1993-1x-xx), page 110
  64. Joypad, "1/1994" (HU; 1994-xx-xx), page 22
  65. Mega Force, "Novembre 1993" (FR; 1993-11-10), page 132
  66. 66.0 66.1 Mega Fun, "12/93" (DE; 1993-11-24), page 112
  67. Mean Machines Sega, "December 1993" (UK; 1993-10-xx), page 124
  68. Megazone, "December 1993" (AU; 1993-12-01), page 48
  69. Player One, "Décembre 1993" (FR; 1993-1x-xx), page 134
  70. 70.0 70.1 Sega Magazin, "November/Dezember 1993" (DE; 1993-11-03), page 30
  71. 71.0 71.1 Sega Power, "December 1993" (UK; 1993-11-xx), page 60
  72. Sega Pro, "Xmas Special 1993" (UK; 1993-12-02), page 60
  73. Sega Force Mega, "January 1994" (UK; 1993-12-16), page 60
  74. Sega Force, "3/94" (SE; 1994-03-29), page 26
  75. Sonic the Comic, "April 1st 1994" (UK; 1994-03-19), page 11
  76. Todo Sega, "Enero 1994" (ES; 199x-xx-xx), page 48
  77. Video Games, "1/94" (DE; 1993-12-19), page 118
  78. Computer & Video Games, "January 1994" (UK; 1993-12-15), page 115
  79. Electronic Gaming Monthly, "July 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 40
  80. Freak, "11/93" (IL; 1993-xx-xx), page 1
  81. GamePro, "September 1994" (US; 1994-xx-xx), page 140
  82. Joypad, "Décembre 1993" (FR; 1993-1x-xx), page 85
  83. Megablast, "1/94" (DE; 1993-12-29), page 81
  84. Mega Force, "Novembre 1993" (FR; 1993-11-10), page 138
  85. Player One, "Janvier 1994" (FR; 199x-xx-xx), page 115
  86. Power Unlimited, "Nummer 9, April 1994" (NL; 1994-03-23), page 47
  87. Sega News, "Říjen 1996" (CZ; 1996-xx-xx), page 26
  88. Sega Zone, "December 1993" (UK; 1993-11-25), page 46
  89. Sonic the Comic, "April 1st 1994" (UK; 1994-03-19), page 11
  90. Todo Sega, "Enero 1994" (ES; 199x-xx-xx), page 42
  91. Video Games, "1/94" (DE; 1993-12-19), page 122


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Sega Mega Drive
Prototypes: WCES 1994 prototype



Games based on Disney animated films for Sega systems
Sega Mega Drive
Fantasia (1991) | Ariel the Little Mermaid (1992) | Beauty and the Beast: Belle's Quest (1993) | Beauty and the Beast: Roar of the Beast (1993) | Disney's Aladdin (1993) | The Jungle Book (1994) | The Lion King (1994) | Pocahontas (1996) | Pinocchio (1996) | Hercules (unreleased)
Sega Game Gear
Ariel the Little Mermaid (1992) | The Jungle Book (1994) | Disney's Aladdin (1994) | The Lion King (1994) | Hercules (unreleased)
Sega Master System
The Jungle Book (1993) | Disney's Aladdin (1994) | The Lion King (1994) | Ariel the Little Mermaid (1996)
Sega Pico
Math Antics with Disney's 101 Dalmatians (1994) | Pocahontas Riverbend Adventures (1995) | The Lion King: Adventures at Pride Rock (1995) | Nurie Daisuki! Dumbo no Waku Waku Circus! (1997) | Peter Pan Neverland e Ikou! (1997) | Shirayukihime (1999) | Disney Princesses: Princess ni Naritai (2003) | Disney Princesses: Ariel (2004) | Disney Princesses: Suteki ni Lesson! Hiragana-Katakana (2004) | Hercules (unreleased) | Pinocchio (unreleased)
Sega Dreamcast
Disney's Dinosaur (2000)
Unlicensed games based on Disney animated films for Sega systems
Sega Mega Drive
The Lion King II (1996?) | The Lion King 3 (1997?) | Hua Mu Lan: Mulan (1998) | Aladdin II (1998?) | Hercules 2 (1999) | Aladdin 2001 (2001)