Top 10 INSANELY Creepy Disney Bootleg Games

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Woah…I don’t think the folks at the House of Mouse would approve of this. Welcome to and today we’re counting down our picks for the Top 10 Insanely Creepy Disney Bootleg Games!

#10. “The Adventures of the Gummi Bears” (2014)
#9. “Chip and Dale Rescue Rangers 2” (N/A)
#8. “Finding Nemo” (N/A)
#7. “A Bug’s Life” (1999)
#6. “The Lion King II” (1996)
#5. “Toy Story” (1997)
#4. “Cars 2” (2011)
#3, #2 & #1: ????

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12 thoughts on “Top 10 INSANELY Creepy Disney Bootleg Games

  1. Not sure #1 is a Disney knockoff. Don’t see anything related to Disney in it at all. You have to remember that Snow White existed before Disney.

  2. In the lion king II hack, I don’t the symbol you think as a Nazi symbol is actually what you think it is.  The original symbol itself is Asian in origin, and it really is considered to have affiliation with Naziism when ends of the symbols are facing left, right, up, and down

  3. I knew some of games in here (Russia) were bootlegs, but I never knew CnD 2 was a bootleg one. And also, the version I played never had any wierd game over screens or story elements in it (and music was a ok I think)…
    That’s fkn bizzare

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