Kids of the '90s, take note. Disney, together with game company Capcom, is re-releasing a collection of classic NES video games.

The Disney Afternoon Collection — appropriately titled, considering all those afternoons you whiled away playing these games — features the original 8-bit Nintendo Entertainment System games Chip 'n' Dale Rescue Rangers 1 and 2, Duck Tales 1 and 2, Tale Spin, and Darkwing Duck.

The collection also introduces a range of new modes that your inner child will go crazy for. "Boss Rush" mode, in which players can face each of the game’s bosses back to back; "Rewind" mode, which lets you rewind time; and "Time Attack" mode, where you are challenged to complete the games as quickly as possible. Finally, for those true '90s nostalgia geeks, "Museum" mode lets you check out the original art for each game.

The Disney Afternoon Collection costs $19.99 and will be available for the PC, Xbox One and PlayStation 4 from April 18.

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