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A PlatformGame based on {{Creator/Disney}}'s ''Disney/{{Aladdin}}'', released by Creator/{{Capcom}} in 1993.

This ''Aladdin'' game, in which Aladdin uses a bedsheet as a parachute, was initially an exclusive for the UsefulNotes/SuperNintendoEntertainmentSystem, though there were bootleg versions for the UsefulNotes/NintendoEntertainmentSystem and UsefulNotes/SegaGenesis (for which ''VideoGame/AladdinVirginGames'' was legitimately released), and it was ported to the the UsefulNotes/GameBoyAdvance eleven years later.
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!!Tropes appearing in this game:
* AdaptationExpansion: The pyramid level never really happened in the movie.
* AdvancingWallOfDoom: The wall of lava in the Cave of Wonders.
* AnnoyingArrows: One of the more frequent hazards in the game are spindly, hunchbacked archers. Their aim is not particularly good.
* AutoScrollingLevel: The first cave escape stage.
* BonusStage: "A Whole New World" is an enemy-free carpet ride.
* BottomlessPits
* BubblyClouds: The Genie stages have some areas with cloud platforms.
* BuildLikeAnEgyptian: Aladdin goes into an Egyptian-type pyramid to rescue Abu.
* CatastrophicCountdown: The Escape from the Cave of Wonder's walls of lava and falling rocks get more and more frequent the closer the end of the stage is.
* CoversAlwaysLie: Aladdin has a sword in the cover art. See three entries below. Surprisingly, the new GBA release cover art repeated this.
* DisneyAcidSequence: Capcom seemed determined to outdo Disney themselves with their interpretation of the "Friend like Me" sequence.
* EdibleAmmunition: Apples can be thrown at enemies, but it only stuns them.
* FunnyBackgroundEvent: We see Abu clinging at Carpet in the background at Genie's stage
* TheGoomba: Those little birds that are covered in upside down pots. Some of them even have wings, but they're all weak enough to be defeated by apples.
* GoombaStomp: The main way for Aladdin to defeat enemies.
* LawOfOneHundred: Aladdin collects gems. 100 emeralds will get you a spin on Genie's wheel (good for extra lives, continues). Rubies are worth multiple emeralds, and collecting enough of them unlocks different credit sequences.
* MercyMode: In the Genie's level, the difficulty of the platforming is proportional to the number of lives you have left.
* {{Roofhopping}}: The third stage of Agrabah is primarily about jumping across crumbling rooftops.
* ScaledUp: Jafar, in the final battle.
* ShoutOut: A part of the first level has the player [[VideoGame/DonkeyKong dodging barrels while climbing up a zigzagging building structure.]]
* SpikesOfDoom
* StalactiteSpite: Tons of falling stalactites on later levels.
* TacticalSuicideBoss: If Jafar did not attempt to electrocute you by jamming his scepter into the ground, he wouldn't be beatable.
* {{Wackyland}}: Inside the Genie's lamp.
* ZeroEffortBoss: The boss of the pyramid level. [[spoiler:It's Abu in a pharaoh mask. He can't attack and takes one hit.]]
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