Download Disney's Tarzan for Windows

GameDisney's Tarzan
Size34.80 Mb
Runs OnWindows
Available PlatformWindows
LanguageEnglish
Updated2019-12-04

How to install and play the game

Please note: The game you are downloading is a "native" Windows game, created around 20 years ago for Windows 95 (or, in some cases, Windows 98). Since there are no Windows 95 emulators for recent Windows systems, the only hope is the game is still running "as is". On Windows 7 these games normally run without problems but Windows 10 has generated a lot of issues. In some cases we have been able to fix them, but we cannot guarantee the game will work on all systems. It can happen that the game run for some users and don't run for other users.

Launching the game normally requires the execution of a .REG file, to add the keys to the registry. This is the step that sometimes creates problems on Windows 10. If it doesn't work, you will probably receive a no cd error. If the keys have been added to the registry, you can run the EXE file to launch the game.

If you see a README file in the archive, please have a look at it. See also the FAQ page for more info.

Need more info about this game? Would you like to download the other files? Go back to the Game Review page


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