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Post by KostaAndreadis @ 04:08pm 05/03/15 | 7 Comments
After the blood soaked entry of last week's Throwback, for the fittingly titled Blood, comes something a little different. Something fun for the whole family. Disney's Aladdin, from Virgin Interactive.

A snippet from this weeks entry.
Although Disney’s Aladdin was developed and published by Virgin Interactive for PCs in 1994, the game first made its debut in the holiday season of 1993 on the Sega Mega Drive. This is important for a few reasons, first because it was published by Sega as part of a deal they struck with Disney to license the motion picture, and second because it was Sega of America that chose Virgin Interactive as the developer, whilst also gaining access to the animators at Disney who worked on the film to contribute to the game.

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Posted 04:17pm 05/3/15
An absolute classic. Lion King was equally good if not better.

Do Hexen next :D
Posted 04:30pm 05/3/15
Commander Keen.
Posted 04:33pm 05/3/15
Posted 09:43pm 05/3/15
s*** man, I used to play this all the time on my megadrive.
Posted 09:50pm 05/3/15
Lion King was the most played game on my original clear chunky GameBoy. Aladdin was good, but nothing will ever beat Lion King.
Posted 11:46pm 05/3/15
I had some batman game on my gameboy, but the screen died and we were too poor to afford another one :(
Posted 11:43am 06/3/15
Still got a working one on the Megadrive, pretty good pixels back in the day.
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