Aladdin User Reviews
Excellently designed levels that are a lot of fun to go through, and with such excellent controls, there'll be no frustrations when playing it. The graphics and sound design really helps it feel like you're playing the movie!The bad:
It's too short and easy.Summary:
Released in 1993 by Capcom, Aladdin is yet another game in a long line of the Disney/Capcom collaboration of the late 80s and the better part of the 90s. Whether it's based off of a TV show or a movie - or even Disneyland at one point - one thing is always for certain, and that's that Capcom will try their best to entertain players, for better or for worse, and Aladdin continues this tradition by being a very well made platformer. Given that Aladdin got through a good chunk of the movie with the use of his acrobatic skills and the locations seemed ripe for it, it would make a lot of sense t...
Follows the story of the film very well
Every level has features unique to it
Only two weapons to attack withSummary:
Aladdin for the Mega Drive is based on the Disney movie of the same name. You control Aladdin, a "street rat" on the streets of Agrabah. He steals food to stay alive, with help from his trusted monkey friend Abu and uses a run down building as his home.
This game is a side-scroller, like a lot of games for this console. Your main weapon is the sword you carry and it's what you'll rely on in most cases to get the job done. You can only attack with it though, not defend. The other weapon you will use are apples. These can be thrown at enemies and do the same amount of damage as a sword strike....