Disney's Aladdin is the title of three games based on the 1992 Disney animated feature of the same name. All of them are 2D platformers, but as they were developed and published by separate companies, they are vastly different from each other:
Capcom produced the SNES version, which was later ported to the Game Boy Advance. Virgin Interactive produced a Sega Genesis/Mega Drive game, ported to the NES, the Game Boy, and later the Game Boy Color. The Sega Genesis/Mega Drive and Game Boy versions is included in the Switch game Disney Classic Games: Aladdin and The Lion King.
- The Super NES version was featured on the cover of Nintendo Power V55.
- Aladdin was nominated for Favorite Video Game at the 1995 Nickelodeon Kids Choice Awards.
- Classic Game Room has noted that the Genesis version has better visuals and uses a sword, but that the SNES version has better controls.
- An infamous level is the Escape from the Cave of Wonders, which is done by flying on the Magic Carpet. The level is noted for its difficulty, where even the slightest touches of the wall can cause Aladdin to crash. The level can be skipped using the game's password system.