History VideoGame / AladdinVirginGames

28th Sep '16 3:19:17 PM jameygamer
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** Kazeem, a.k.a., the "humble thief" who was devoured by the Cave of Wonders guardian at the beginning of the film, appears as a "boss" towards the end of the Agrabah Rooftops. The boss music will start up when you approach his position, and you have to kill him both to get the second half of the scarab and then to get the stage's final flute, which takes you to the main boss above Kazeem. You may have to walk away and then return to find the flute.

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** Kazeem, Gazeem, a.k.a., the "humble thief" who was devoured by the Cave of Wonders guardian at the beginning of the film, appears as a "boss" towards the end of the Agrabah Rooftops. The boss music will start up when you approach his position, and you have to kill him both to get the second half of the scarab and then to get the stage's final flute, which takes you to the main boss above Kazeem.Gazeem. You may have to walk away and then return to find the flute.
22nd Sep '16 7:52:48 PM jameygamer
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* FlunkyBoss: Iago, who can actually be encountered as the boss of the Sultan's Palace stage, is in Jafar's magic chamber and is on the contraption conjuring up ghosts that come down on you. Plus, barrels are rolling along the floor.



* PinballZone: "Inside the Lamp"

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* PinballZone: "Inside the Lamp"Lamp".
* PlayingWithFire: Jafar as a snake sends out flames as his attacks.
22nd Sep '16 7:49:40 PM jameygamer
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* BottomlessPit: Present starting from "Inside the Lamp."

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* BottomlessPit: Present starting from "Inside the Lamp."Lamp", though it's possible to fall in water/lava in the earlier Cave of Wonders stages and then in the Palace stages afterwards, which more or less count as bottomless pits as well.
22nd Sep '16 7:48:08 PM jameygamer
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** Sebastian from Disney/TheLittleMermaid can be seen on the wall in the prison level.
** In the background of the dungeon, the prison scene for PiratesOfTheCaribbean is recreated, complete with keyholding dog.

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** Sebastian from Disney/TheLittleMermaid ''Disney/TheLittleMermaid'' can be seen on the wall in the prison level.
** In the background of the dungeon, the prison scene for PiratesOfTheCaribbean ''PiratesOfTheCaribbean'' is recreated, complete with keyholding dog.
22nd Sep '16 7:46:39 PM jameygamer
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* FinalBoss: Of course, it's Jafar, the BigBad of the film the game comes from. You only fight him as a human and a snake; his genie form does not appear here (in the ''VideoGame/KingdomHearts'' games, the genie form replaces the snake form as his OneWingedAngel mode in boss fights with him).


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* SequentialBoss: When you meet Jafar at the end of the final stage, you first have to attack his human form, which is trying to pull you to him with magic, and then his snake form, which sends out flame walls (you encounter said flame walls at the start of the stage) and will light the platforms in the room to ignite under you if you stand on them too long. No genie form; that won't come until ''Kingdom Hearts'' at least, so once the snake form is dead, the stage and game are over.
22nd Sep '16 7:40:23 PM jameygamer
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* MiniBoss: You get two of these in the game; they come up before the end of the level they appear in.
** Kazeem, a.k.a., the "humble thief" who was devoured by the Cave of Wonders guardian at the beginning of the film, appears as a "boss" towards the end of the Agrabah Rooftops. The boss music will start up when you approach his position, and you have to kill him both to get the second half of the scarab and then to get the stage's final flute, which takes you to the main boss above Kazeem. You may have to walk away and then return to find the flute.
** About two-thirds to three-fourths of the way into the Cave of Wonders, the boss tune will start up again when approaching a pair of gold platforms, which are inside a pit. You're forced to confront a multi-sword wielding specter here that you will have to slash repeatedly until he explodes, the boss music stops and the stage music returns, and the Carpet makes its first appearance in the game to take you to the last checkpoint and the final stretch of the level.
22nd Sep '16 7:30:44 PM jameygamer
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This ''Aladdin'' game, in which Aladdin wields a scimitar, was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy and UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor. Creator/{{Capcom}} created a different ''[[VideoGame/AladdinCapcom Aladdin]]'' platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, while Creator/{{Sega}} released a still different ''Aladdin'' game for its 8-bit systems. While its UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo counterpart was no slouch either, the Virgin Games title boasted fluid animation straight from Disney's own animators [[note]] the directors of ''Aladdin'', John Musker and Ron Clements, and their boss, studio chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg, among others, were credited in a "Special Thanks" credit for the game's closing, and Katzenberg promoted the game alongside Sega's promotions of ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3'' and ''VideoGame/SonicAndKnuckles'' [[/note]], a soundtrack by Tommy Tallarico, and was put together by the same team, helmed by designer David Perry, that would eventually form Shiny Interactive and create titles such as ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim''.

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This ''Aladdin'' game, in which Aladdin wields a scimitar, was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy and UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor. Creator/{{Capcom}} created a different ''[[VideoGame/AladdinCapcom Aladdin]]'' platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, while Creator/{{Sega}} released a still different ''Aladdin'' game for its 8-bit systems. While its UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo counterpart was no slouch either, the Virgin Games title boasted fluid animation straight from Disney's own animators [[note]] the directors of ''Aladdin'', John Musker and Ron Clements, and their boss, studio chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg, among others, were credited in a "Special Thanks" credit for the game's closing, and Katzenberg promoted the game alongside Sega's promotions of ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3'' and ''VideoGame/SonicAndKnuckles'' ''VideoGame/SonicAndKnuckles''. These matters, however, didn't help then-ArchEnemy Nintendo's feelings toward Disney, and the ''Aladdin'' game and the WaltDisneyHomeVideo/WaltDisneyClassics VHS of ''Aladdin'' were released a few months after ''Film/SuperMarioBros'', which was a botched attempt to incorporate both Sega and Nintendo into Disney's business model, plus Katzenberg was out the door the next year. [[/note]], a soundtrack by Tommy Tallarico, and was put together by the same team, helmed by designer David Perry, that would eventually form Shiny Interactive and create titles such as ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim''.
22nd Sep '16 7:26:24 PM jameygamer
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This ''Aladdin'' game, in which Aladdin wields a scimitar, was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy and UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor. Creator/{{Capcom}} created a different ''[[VideoGame/AladdinCapcom Aladdin]]'' platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, while Creator/{{Sega}} released a still different ''Aladdin'' game for its 8-bit systems. While its UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo counterpart was no slouch either, the Virgin Games title boasted fluid animation straight from Disney's own animators, a soundtrack by Tommy Tallarico, and was put together by the same team, helmed by designer David Perry, that would eventually form Shiny Interactive and create titles such as ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim''.

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This ''Aladdin'' game, in which Aladdin wields a scimitar, was released for the UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy and UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor. Creator/{{Capcom}} created a different ''[[VideoGame/AladdinCapcom Aladdin]]'' platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, while Creator/{{Sega}} released a still different ''Aladdin'' game for its 8-bit systems. While its UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo counterpart was no slouch either, the Virgin Games title boasted fluid animation straight from Disney's own animators, animators [[note]] the directors of ''Aladdin'', John Musker and Ron Clements, and their boss, studio chairman Jeffrey Katzenberg, among others, were credited in a "Special Thanks" credit for the game's closing, and Katzenberg promoted the game alongside Sega's promotions of ''VideoGame/SonicTheHedgehog3'' and ''VideoGame/SonicAndKnuckles'' [[/note]], a soundtrack by Tommy Tallarico, and was put together by the same team, helmed by designer David Perry, that would eventually form Shiny Interactive and create titles such as ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim''.
12th Jul '16 6:22:06 PM BattleMaster
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* EasterEgg: Standing in just the right position in front of the Mickey ears hat in the desert level will make a 1-up appear.

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* EasterEgg: Standing in just the right position in front of the Mickey ears hat (so that Aladdin's IdleAnimation make him look like he's wearing them) in the desert level will make a 1-up appear.
29th Nov '15 5:08:25 PM nombretomado
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[[caption-width-right:320:The SegaGenesis version of the game.]]

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[[caption-width-right:320:The SegaGenesis UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis version of the game.]]



This ''Aladdin'' game, in which Aladdin wields a scimitar, was released for the SegaGenesis, [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy and UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor. Creator/{{Capcom}} created a different ''[[VideoGame/AladdinCapcom Aladdin]]'' platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, while UsefulNotes/{{Sega}} released a still different ''Aladdin'' game for its 8-bit systems. While its UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo counterpart was no slouch either, the Virgin Games title boasted fluid animation straight from Disney's own animators, a soundtrack by Tommy Tallarico, and was put together by the same team, helmed by designer David Perry, that would eventually form Shiny Interactive and create titles such as ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim''.

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This ''Aladdin'' game, in which Aladdin wields a scimitar, was released for the SegaGenesis, UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis, [[UsefulNotes/IBMPersonalComputer PC]], UsefulNotes/{{Amiga}}, UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem, UsefulNotes/GameBoy and UsefulNotes/GameBoyColor. Creator/{{Capcom}} created a different ''[[VideoGame/AladdinCapcom Aladdin]]'' platformer for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, while UsefulNotes/{{Sega}} Creator/{{Sega}} released a still different ''Aladdin'' game for its 8-bit systems. While its UsefulNotes/SuperNintendo counterpart was no slouch either, the Virgin Games title boasted fluid animation straight from Disney's own animators, a soundtrack by Tommy Tallarico, and was put together by the same team, helmed by designer David Perry, that would eventually form Shiny Interactive and create titles such as ''VideoGame/EarthwormJim''.
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