Aladdin is a 1993 platformer video game developed and published by Capcom for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System, based on the 1992 animated Disney film of the same name.
It’s basically like the movie. Aladdin’s a street rat that steals food to live and cause’s a little mischief. Everyone has seen the movie Aladdin and know how it goes. There are picture images of parts of the movie after some levels so you can follow what’s happening. But some parts of the game don’t follow the story and extra stuff to add more levels.
First off, the controls for this game are straightforward. Jump, throw apples, run, and glide. That’s basically what you’ll probably use most of the time. You will use those maneuvers on almost every level. You basically do almost the whole game to jump on enemies and try to reach the end of the level while collecting emeralds and apples. In this game, you have hearts to display your health. Get hit, and they disappear.
Lose all your hearts, and you’ll lose a life. There are some secrets on some levels. Most of the levels you play through you will recognize from the movie. There are Agrabah’s streets, the cave of wonders, the genies level, and some other ones that you might recognize, and some you won’t. There’s also a password system so you can start at any level. There are pictures of the game’s main characters in the password system, and you have to choose the correct 4 to continue. And you can’t forget to mention the Genie Wheel. On some levels, that’s a golden beetle in a chest. When you open the chest, he flies away. Catch, and you get to visit the special Genie Wheel bonus game where you can get some extra lives, extra continues, or even some more hearts.