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Disney's Aladdin

Disney's Aladdin is an abandoned action game set in the Disney universe designed by David Perry, developed by Virgin Interactive and released by Virgin Interactive in 1994. Disney's Aladdin runs on DOS. Disney's Aladdin was based on a movie.
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Additional info about Disney's Aladdin

Status: abandonware
Distributed on: 3,5 floppy disk
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  • Bizzen 12/11/2022 19:46
    Back in the day I played this game a bit on my cousin's PC, but I never had the opportunity to complete it. Thirty years on and of course I have now completed it. I'm not a big fan of the tidal wave level, when Aladdin is trying to escape from the Cave of Wonders on the magic carpet. It gets too fast and unless you have very quick reactions, you can lose a lot of lives in a very short space of time. I've also found it difficult at the end when fighting Jafar. I have found that by far the easier way is to stock up on apples beforehand (maximum amount allowed is 99), which then enables you to fire apples in quick succession, which can help you to defeat Jafar. However, if you fail to defeat him and lose a life, then your apple amount falls to 10 - meaning that you are reliant only on those ten and the few that pop up during the fight - quite hard. Overall though, it's an enjoyable game.
  • douglas 08/11/2016 03:48
    bought it on disk but lost it
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