The Adventures of Aladdin and the Magic Skull
System Requirements
  • System Requirements
  • Windows 7 / Windows XP / Windows 2000 / Windows 8
  • 2.0 GHz Pentium 4 or equivalent
  • 512 MB Ram
  • Uninstall instructions
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The Adventures of Aladdin and the Magic Skull 

Escape on a magic carpet ride to a remarkable destination in The Adventures of Aladdin and the Magic Skull, an amazing Arabian voyage.

A wizard is in town and Aladdin is anxious to see his magic show. When he sneaks into the magician's tent for a quick peek however, Aladdin finds an enchanted skull held captive. The skull promises Aladdin a voyage to the majestic floating city if he helps it escape, a task that the mischievous young man is more than willing to undertake.

Join Aladdin on this whimsical journey to see the legendary floating city. Travel through unknown lands and meet kind characters, fierce creatures, and evil foes. Play exciting mini-games, decipher perplexing puzzles, and live out an adventure that is more thrilling than ever imagined. Will Aladdin make it to the floating city, or will the wizard catch up and turn him into a frog?

Find out when you try the free trial version or download the full-unlimited version of The Adventures of Aladdin and the Magic Skull today!

  • Travel to the legendary floating city in this whimsical point-and-click Adventure.
  • Follow Aladdin through and his new magical friend through fantastic lands.
  • Encounter new friends, fierce creatures, and evil foes.
  • Play exciting mini-games such as riding a flying bird and cracking an egg, and decipher perplexing puzzles to overcome dastardly obstacles.
  • Please note that this game is a very large file and expect longer download time. This game may not work with on-board video.
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Reviews of The Adventures of Aladdin and the Magic Skull
 | Added on: July 21, 2011
 | Added on: July 21, 2011
This Aladdin adventure boasts no Genie. Instead a know-it-all magic skull guides Aladdin on a too short adventure which somehow feels unfinished. Sequel? Probably. This one, while providing an afternoon's activity, left me sorry I'd spent a game token to buy it because I feel I could have spent it on a game that would provide more entertainment that would last longer or provide replay value. Game play was easy (too easy?) with no challenge to hold me up. One thing I found annoying was the inability to click to acknowledge dialogue to speed up conversations. Apparently I read faster than the game thinks I can so I felt frustrated waiting for the game to catch up with me and if I could have clicked my way ahead I would have finished even faster. Graphics were not too bad and the mini games easy but I think this game would be more suited to kids than adults due to its simplicity. The problem solving aspect was not difficult even though at first I had to figure out how to move and use items in this game since there was no real direction on how to do so. Fortunately it was not complicated to figure out. I would recommend this game only if you have a couple of hours you want to kill and don't mind buying a short game with little replay value. It did pass the time and held my interst while I played it but I feel as if it is half a game and was surprised when it ended abruptly. I would also suggest that instead of text conversations, things would progress faster if the lines were spoken by the characters instead of us being forced to read them and not be able to forge ahead at our own speed which would no doubt be faster than this game allows. I gave the game three stars because it was just ok, - average but not bad. So here I am, finshed but wanting another game that might challenge me enough to give me a longer game-playing experience.
 | Added on: August 1, 2011
It was a great game, but when I first started playing it I realized that there were no instructions, and no hints. You have to figure out the game yourself. At some scenes, I was really stuck. At points like this, I learned to rely on the hand. Whenever your mouse rolls over something important, the mouse glows and gets all grabby. You'll know in the future it helps you get to the next scene. But at some times, I basically just clicked and clicked, trying to get Alladin to do something, but overall, a great game. I would definitly recommend this game to anybody. Escpecially people who want to try something new, different, and are up for a challenge!
 | Added on: July 25, 2011
I fell asleep twice while playing this game. There's no instruction regarding what to do, except for the mini-games. You have to randomly click around for awhile to figure out what the next step is, which can take a bit of time. Overall, I wish I had stopped after the first scene (but I hate to quit things, so I persevered). Finally beat the game, but no real satisfaction came from it. My advice: Play something else!
 | Added on: July 28, 2011
Click, click, click - no instructions - you just keep clicking and moving Aladdin around until something FINALLY happens - what a waste
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