Aladdin (PC) Reviews
Description:A children/adventure game developed and published by Capcom for one player.
Newest Review: ... enemies such as palace guards and stall vendors, and as the levels progress, you'll see the enemies get a lot harder. You ... more
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Customer Aladdin (PC) Reviews (3)
by - written on 15/01/10 (Very useful, 19 readings)
Disney's Aladdin for Nintendo's SNes is a side-scrolling platformer based on the successful animated film of the same name, and developed by Capcom. Aladdin takes you through different locations which are featured in the film, or are slightly inspired by events in the film. Players will go from the streets of Agrabah, the Cave Of Wonders, a magical alternative Genie world, and for a magic carpet ride, to name but a few. The graphics for it's time are quite impressive, with stunning backdrops and awesome animation that does not look jittery or too pixelated. In this SNes version, you play as Aladdin as he attempts to thwart the evil Jafar and win the hand of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 04/06/07 (Very useful, 157 readings)
The inevitable 16-bit video game tie-in to Disney's 1993 film really holds no surprises for players familiar with other releases of the time such as 'The Jungle Book,' 'Pinocchio,' 'Ariel: Disney's The Little Mermaid' and later 'The Lion King' and 'Pocahontas,' including anything featuring Mickey Mouse and that bunch. Virgin once again set about translating Disney's feature film fairy tale to Sega MegaDrive format in the form of a platform game starring the story's main character, and adapting (or where necessary, making up) the plot to accommodate eight or nine levels of platform hopping and enemy busting. In truth, the 'Aladdin' game is among the better of ... Read the complete review
by - written on 12/07/01, updated on 12/07/01 (Very useful, 72 readings)
Aladdin....quite sadly.....was one of my favourite games on the SNES. Looking back now it really was a crap game, and actually even for its time it wasn't up to scratch compared to the Megadrive's Aladdin....he had a sword in that version..... but nevertheless the SNES's version of Aladdin kept me amused. The game followed the plot of the film and its a platform game that is so easy that sometimes I get it out now and can still complete it each time. On each level you have to collect the red gems. There are ten red gems hidden in each level and if you collect them all you just erm... have them all. You do get congratulated at the end if you do though ... Read the complete review
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