Let me take you back to the 2000’s – styles were different, Disney was making movies like Atlantis and Brother Bear, and one of the most popular sites for gaming was Disneychannel.com.
Many of these games can’t be found on Disney Channel’s current website, but some kind souls have done us a favor by uploading them onto the internet anyway. Whether you’re looking for a walk down memory lane or a good way to spend some free time, this list is for you!
The premise of the game is simple: you try to make the highest sandwich possible without adding anything moldy by moving 625 back and forth. It’s so easy. It’s so addicting.
Bowling on the beach? Festive music? The sound of seagulls in the background? There’s nothing more relaxing than this easy bowling game.
The Buzz on Maggie was a short-lived Disney Channel show that produced this fantascious game.
This game is fun not just because of how it’s set up, but also because we get to see young Dylan and Cole Sprouse, Brenda Song, and Ashley Tisdale in bobble-head form.
I got so excited when I found this game. There’s nothing like seeing the mid 2000’s style summed up by London Tipton. Shout out to all my fellow Savvy School Girls!
It’s like DDR, but for your fingers, and along to a Hannah Montana song (everyone starts with “If We Were a Movie”). Be sure to read the directions – I got a little confused when I tried to replay this game!
An instant classic, this website gives us both the Lizzie and Miranda versions.
I loved playing the version with Kindergarten Kim, but for those who love part Part 1, it’s available here!
Who didn’t want to eat at Bueno Nacho? And this game lets you play in the restaurant, making burritos, nachos, and ice cream sundaes! (And yes, I did try to put chocolate sauce on a burrito when I played – it doesn’t work)
Let us know some of your favorite old school Disney Channel games!