No one is oblivion with the movie of the same name. After its immense popularity with people across the globe, now you get the chance of playing the titular role in the video game of Aladdin.
The plot is no different from the actual movie. Those acquainted with the movie will find a lot of places from it appearing in the game too. The only difference here is, instead of the locations, these places are different levels, which you as the gamer must pass to save the love of your life Jasmine.
As the player, you control the protagonist character in the game. Passing through the streets and rooftops of Agrabah, you reach the Cave of Wonders and the Sultan’s dungeon. Further after beating your enemies (which are plentiful throughout the game), your final confrontation takes place with the Sultan in the Grand Vizier palace. The enemies are not just humans but also animals from the desert.
For safeguarding oneself, you must use scimitar that aids in deflecting projectiles when attached from close range and apples for long range. Throughout the game, you must go on collecting enough gems, helpful for trading lives and for travel. The game also offers bonus rounds played either with Genie or Abu. Ensure you use the maximum of this, for collecting as many gems and points as possible for reaching the palace sooner.
The Genie round helps in collecting Apples, gems, extra lives and continues until the player doesn’t land on Jafar. Whereas in the Abu’s bonus round, the player must control the monkey. The monkey aids in catching as many bonus items as possible falling from the sky. However, beware of rocks and pots, or else the bonus level will go to waste.
Filled with extensive humor, fun, and graphical presence, Aladdin recreates the magic of movie in the video game too, gaining a thumbs up from players all over the world.
Virgin Interactive Entertainment
Richard Branson expanded his Virgin business into computer games in the early 80s, initially concentrating on the ZX Spectrum. Within a few years they had an impressive roster of licenses, such as many Taito arcade games and UK publishing of Synergistic titles.
The company bought out Mastertronic in 1989, briefly using the name for reissues and Virgin Mastertronic for full-price titles.
In 1993 they became Virgin Interactive Entertainment, before eventually working with Electronic Arts. Ultimately they were bought by Titus as a subsidiary and the name Virgin Interactive Entertainment was used until April 2003.
The name was changed to Avalon Interactive in May 2003 and it was responsible for the European distribution of the group's games.
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