Disney's Aladdin was a video game based on the 1992 motion picture of the same name, released in the 16-bit era. Unlike some multiplatform games of both then and now, the three versions (Sega Mega Drive/Sega Genesis, Super NES, and Sega Master System/Sega Game Gear) are in fact three completely different games. A NES version was released in Europe, based on this version. The NES version was in turn also made into a Game Boy version, which was compatible with the Super Game Boy and later ported to Game Boy Color. Also, PC versions (Amiga and DOS) were based on the Mega Drive/Genesis
The only difference in the PC version from the console one is the health meter: in the Mega Drive, it is a lamp that releases more steam when hit; in the computer, it is an hourglass, alongside the Genie (whose face becomes more desperate as the health lowers). (Wikipedia)
Level Skip During a level, pause the game and press:
A, B, B, A, A, B, B, A - Level Skip
Level Passwords Go to the password screen and enter the following:
221Z - Agrabah Rooftops
423Z - Cave of Wonders
322z - Sultan's Dungeon
Level Passwords, Extra/Infinite Lives, and Bugs The password has two parts. One part is for the level number, and the other part is for the number of lives. Two numbers/letters are used for each to make it harder for you to guess passwords. You can create passwords to start on any level except the first one, which doesn't use a password. To create a valid password, use the two lists below. Just put matching numbers/letters from the other list wherever you see question marks (?).
Note: When using the 255/Infinite life code, the tens digit of the extra life counter may not display correctly. It changes after every 10 lives lost, but it may not be a recognizable number. This does not affect game play.
There also seems to be a bug that allows certain invalid passwords to be accepted. This can cause the game to crash. Doing this intentionally is not recommended of course, and may void your warranty. However, if this does happen to you accidentally or someone else does it intentionally, you can try turning the game off and on again. No warranties.
Here's the SNES version of this beautiful and old game: