DOS game, 1993
Dive into the enchanting world of Agrabah in the 1993 DOS game, Aladdin. This action-packed platformer, based on the beloved Disney movie, invites players to step into the shoes of Aladdin as he embarks on an adventurous quest. From the bustling streets of Agrabah to the depths of the Cave of Wonders, players must navigate through levels filled with obstacles, enemies, and treasures.
Aladdin's gameplay is a delightful mix of running, jumping, and sword fighting. Players utilize Aladdin's agility and quick reflexes to avoid traps and defeat foes, including the infamous Jafar. The magic carpet ride level offers a thrilling change of pace, testing players' speed and precision. The game's vibrant graphics and memorable soundtrack faithfully recreate the movie's magic, making it a nostalgic trip for fans. Whether you're reliving childhood memories or discovering it for the first time, Aladdin provides an enjoyable and challenging experience.
As early as 1994, games on the theme of film (which is, by chance, on the theme of books) became popular among the people. Of course, this also includes the so-called "Disney", which most of you went to the cinema with your parents. This is how this game from the producer Walt Disney was somehow created. It is a typical platformer, where with your hero (who would have thought that in this case with Aladdin, not to confuse with the terrorist Ajman Zahávir) you will go through levels full of traps (thorns, falling objects ...) and enemies.
Using weapons and other means such as. shooting apples, sending these poor people to the code sky game. Do not have mercy on them, they would do the same if the developers did not endow them with natural mantas. You can also jump on camel humps, which in this case spit on some unidentifiable matter that kills villains (which the hell it could be, I'd rather not even know). In this respect, the game seems too violent to me, and I wonder why there was no movement to protect the camels. So just a little warning for the kids: Don't try it at home, your camel might not like it. But back to the game.
The priority is to save (as usual) Princess Jasmine (you see the outdated patriarchal system, where there is always a male savior and a female victim) and to fight against a rogue criminal (that's a great phrase, but I'm wise) Jafar, who is really rogue and he is preparing a conspiracy for the sultan. Of course, using the various "subtasks" you get at that level.
You jump at levels, run up and climb quite a bit, sometimes you can even get lost, because everything is quite similar and harm to health is not excluded (only in exceptional cases). In the end, however, you will undoubtedly find the right path, and joy is then in place.
In terms of graphics, it's quite nice, as is the case in Disney games. There is also such a small tweak, given the size of your remaining health. The less you have it, the more frightened the blue genie next to it looks at you. Accompanying music is so non-violent Arabic (the Arab world is fundamentally non-conflicting). As for the difficulty of the game per player, it is not a difficult game and while we are at it, you have a choice between three difficulties (easy, norm and hard).
So if you enjoy this kind of action platformer, then play it, it should most likely not be missing in your game repeort of scalps. Good lacquer.
Reviewed by Anonym – 1. april 2014
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