Disney’s Tarzan

Disney’s Tarzan
Platforms: PC. PlayStation, Nintendo 64, GBA
Publisher: Disney Interactive
Developer: Eurocom Developments
Genres: Arcade / Platformer
Release Date: June, 1999
Game Modes: Singleplayer

Snap117_1Just like the movie it’s based upon, about the only original things in Disney’s Tarzan are the whimsical characters and setting Disney cooked up to make Tarzan more appealing. Disney’s Tarzan bills itself as a 3D adventure, and it’s a fact that Tarzan and all the critters he meets in the jungle are rendered in 3D. But when it comes to actual gameplay, this is strictly a two-dimensional side-scroller – Tarzan is stuck in the platform jungle as he runs away from elephant stampedes, slides down trees vines, and so forth. The graphics are nicely done, though, and there are a surprising number of video modes available (Glide, Direct3D or software rendering).

The action here is a familiar mix of Mario and Sonic, and the other run-and-jump standards we all enjoy. The goal of each stage is usually to make it from one section of the jungle to the other, grabbing tokens, power-ups, and bonus objects along the way. This means you’ll be doing a lot of jumping, swinging on vines, bouncing off plants and animals to get to hard-to-reach spots, and hurling fruit or using a knife to kill jungle denizens who stand in your way.

Snap132_1Even veteran action gamers will find a few tricky trouble spots in each stage, but thankfully there are several spots during each level where your progress is automatically saved. On easier difficulty settings, even a tenderfoot can rack up enough lives to eventually solve especially tricky jumps. As derivative as it is, Disney’s Tarzan doesn’t really do anything wrong. Three difficulty levels mean small fries of all ages can have a good time, the setup screens are nice and clean, the platforming action solid and your character reacts appropriately to every one of your commands. It’s all simple, eye-catching fun for all ages.

System Requirements: Pentium 133 MHz, 16 MB RAM, Windows 95

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  1. Malikabdullah says:

    Tarzan is the best game!

  2. tarzan game ..love the tarzan game …

  3. punith says:

    i am not getting full screen.what should i do for that?

  4. Rimantas says:

    OPCG, can you please add Pandemonium 1 and 2? Tarzan is one of my very first PC games.

  5. Omar says:

    I’m not getting full screen , what should i do ?

  6. cronix says:

    coool game

  7. madhu says:

    why cant i download it ???? plzz help me

  8. jeri says:

    The game is asking a password. What’s that??

  9. Download is HERE, near system requirements tab.

  10. Ash says:

    I can’t open it in fullscreen. Is there a waqy to fix this?

  11. taarzun says:

    how to download this game,i m already click download button but not download please help me

  12. Kalle says:

    For everybody having trouble running it in fullscreen:

    Once the game is running, simply press F6


  13. Gerhalt says:

    So it appears the author of this article uses WinXP based machine with a specific skin, huh? BTW I saw that theme somewhere else. What’s its name?

  14. I used that theme a long time ago on an old computer. Link to the theme should be here if the site I downloaded from is still up. https://oldpcgaming.net/how-to-install-custom-winxp-themes/

  15. ranji says:

    very super

  16. yuvraj singh says:

    good game

  17. CLAUDIE says:

    Yo how do we get fullscreen, we’re like three people who al;ready asked you my man – thanks.

  18. MyX says:

    When in-game, press F9 and it should get you the fullscreen mode.If it won’t change to fullscreen after pressing F9, try pressing F1 first and then press F9.

    It works to me and i have Windows 7(64-bit),so it should work to you too.
    Have fun!

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