Aladdin is a platform video game developed by Capcom and based on the 1992 Disney animated film of the same name. The game was released for the Super Nintendo Entertainment System (SNES) in 1993. It was also later released for other consoles like Sega Genesis. The game was well-received critically and commercially, and is considered a classic of the 16-bit era.
The story of the Aladdin video game for the SNES follows the plot of the Disney animated film of the same name. The player controls Aladdin, a street urchin who discovers a magical lamp and uses the genie inside to become a prince and win the love of Princess Jasmine. Along the way, he must also defeat the evil Jafar, who wants to use the genie’s power for his own nefarious purposes.
The game features various levels based on scenes from the movie, such as the Cave of Wonders, the marketplace, and the palace, as well as original levels created for the game. Aladdin uses his agility and sword skills to fight off enemies and overcome obstacles, and can also use the genie’s magic to perform powerful abilities like invincibility and double jumping.