History VideoGame / AladdinVirginGames

10th Apr '18 5:53:33 PM Someoneman
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** If you fail a bonus level, you'll get a "Nice Try" message. If you win, you ALSO get that message! Perhaps the developers didn't actually think anyone would clear them.
** Actually, through careful use of an emulator and save states, this troper found out that if you beat one of Abu's bonus levels you get a "Level Complete" message instead of a "Nice Try" one.

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If you fail a bonus level, you'll get a "Nice Try" message. If you win, you ALSO get that message! Perhaps the developers didn't actually think anyone would clear them.
** %%** Actually, through careful use of an emulator and save states, this troper found out that if you beat one of Abu's bonus levels you get a "Level Complete" message instead of a "Nice Try" one.



** GoofyPrintUnderwear: They're wearing heart boxers.


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* GoofyPrintUnderwear: Dropping the stout guards' trousers reveals they're boxers with hearts on them.
23rd Feb '18 5:37:24 AM BoukenDutch
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* LethalLavaLand: The two levels in which Aladdin has to escape the Cave of Wonders are filled with lava.
13th Feb '18 4:01:35 AM megasonidow
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** Actually, through careful use of an emulator and save states, this troper found out that if you beat one of Abu's bonus levels you get a "Level Complete" message instead of a "Nice Try" one.
10th Feb '18 9:26:08 AM FlyingDuckManGenesis
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* JugglingDangerously: Some enemies are juggling knives, and throwing some at you. Throwing apples at them can lead to the apples getting sliced in midair.
4th Feb '18 4:28:47 PM LadyYuki
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* AWinnerIsYou: Unlike the Capcom version, which includes Jafar's defeat and the movie's ending presented as still frames, this one gives you the standard "Stage Cleared" screen, a very brief cutscene of Aladdin and Jasmine riding on the Magic Carpet, and then it's roll credits while they kiss. And what's worse, there's no separate ending music (at least in the PC version) -- the rather unfitting tune from Jaffar's Palace still keeps playing over the final cutscene. To be fair, the other versions are just slightly better, since the cutscene and credits are set to ''A Whole New World'', which wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't ''the same music used for the title screen''.

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* AWinnerIsYou: Unlike the Capcom version, which includes Jafar's defeat and the movie's ending presented as still frames, this one gives you the standard "Stage Cleared" screen, a very brief cutscene of Aladdin and Jasmine riding on the Magic Carpet, and then it's roll credits while they kiss. And what's worse, there's no separate ending music (at least in the PC version) -- the rather unfitting tune from Jaffar's Jafar's Palace still keeps playing over the final cutscene. To be fair, the other versions are just slightly better, since the cutscene and credits are set to ''A Whole New World'', which wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't ''the same music used for the title screen''.


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* FootPopping: Jasmine does this while kissing Aladdin during the ending credits.
16th Jan '18 6:11:24 PM RAMChYLD
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* AWinnerIsYou: Unlike the Capcom version, which includes Jafar's defeat and the movie's ending presented as still frames, this one gives you the standard "Stage Cleared" screen, a very brief cutscene of Aladdin and Jasmine riding on the Magic Carpet, and then it's roll credits while they kiss. And what's worse, there's no separate ending music (at least in the PC version) -- the rather unfitting tune from Jaffar's Palace still keeps playing over the final cutscene.

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* AWinnerIsYou: Unlike the Capcom version, which includes Jafar's defeat and the movie's ending presented as still frames, this one gives you the standard "Stage Cleared" screen, a very brief cutscene of Aladdin and Jasmine riding on the Magic Carpet, and then it's roll credits while they kiss. And what's worse, there's no separate ending music (at least in the PC version) -- the rather unfitting tune from Jaffar's Palace still keeps playing over the final cutscene. To be fair, the other versions are just slightly better, since the cutscene and credits are set to ''A Whole New World'', which wouldn't be so bad if it wasn't ''the same music used for the title screen''.
** If you fail a bonus level, you'll get a "Nice Try" message. If you win, you ALSO get that message! Perhaps the developers didn't actually think anyone would clear them.



* AWinnerIsYou:
** If you fail a bonus level, you'll get a "Nice Try" message. If you win, you ALSO get that message! Perhaps the developers didn't actually think anyone would clear them.
** There isn't much of an actual ending to the game, either. After defeating Jafar, you get a standard "Level Clear" screen, followed by a shot of Aladdin and Jasmine flying a carpet in front of the moon, a small animation of them kissing next to the words "The End", and then the credits roll. There's no story text, congratulations, or anything.

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* AWinnerIsYou:
** If you fail a bonus level, you'll get a "Nice Try" message. If you win, you ALSO get that message! Perhaps the developers didn't actually think anyone would clear them.
** There isn't much of an actual ending to the game, either. After defeating Jafar, you get a standard "Level Clear" screen, followed by a shot of Aladdin and Jasmine flying a carpet in front of the moon, a small animation of them kissing next to the words "The End", and then the credits roll. There's no story text, congratulations, or anything.

13th Jan '18 10:23:33 PM TitoMosquito
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* AdaptationalVillainy: The snake charmer from the scene where he gets rammed by the guards is one of the enemies in the first level.
26th Dec '17 10:00:10 AM Hyze
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* LuckBasedMission: The level Rug Ride where Aladdin is escaping the Cave of Wonders collapse on Carpet. You have to avoid oncoming rocks that appear faster and faster and hitting any of them is a OneHitKO. The luck factor comes into play as eventuall you'll get a "?" instead of an actual warning to an oncoming rock, meaning you'll have no idea which direction to move in order to dodge the rock. Pick a direction, close your eyes and pray.

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* LuckBasedMission: The level Rug Ride where Aladdin is escaping the Cave of Wonders collapse on Carpet. You have to avoid oncoming rocks that appear faster and faster and hitting any of them is a OneHitKO. The luck factor comes into play as eventuall eventually you'll get a "?" instead of an actual warning to an oncoming rock, meaning you'll have no idea which direction to move in order to dodge the rock. Pick a direction, close your eyes and pray.
24th Aug '17 8:03:34 AM Korodzik
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* AWinnerIsYou: Unlike the Capcom version, which includes Jafar's defeat and the movie's ending presented as still frames, this one gives you the standard "Stage Cleared" screen, a very brief cutscene of Aladdin and Jasmine riding on the Magic Carpet, and then it's roll credits while they kiss.

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* AWinnerIsYou: Unlike the Capcom version, which includes Jafar's defeat and the movie's ending presented as still frames, this one gives you the standard "Stage Cleared" screen, a very brief cutscene of Aladdin and Jasmine riding on the Magic Carpet, and then it's roll credits while they kiss. And what's worse, there's no separate ending music (at least in the PC version) -- the rather unfitting tune from Jaffar's Palace still keeps playing over the final cutscene.
21st May '17 2:00:05 PM Hyze
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*LuckBasedMission: The level Rug Ride where Aladdin is escaping the Cave of Wonders collapse on Carpet. You have to avoid oncoming rocks that appear faster and faster and hitting any of them is a OneHitKO. The luck factor comes into play as eventuall you'll get a "?" instead of an actual warning to an oncoming rock, meaning you'll have no idea which direction to move in order to dodge the rock. Pick a direction, close your eyes and pray.
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