Created by 777igt, Aladdin is a 5 reel, 25 pay line slot machine that’s found
in online casinos.
When people think of Aladdin, they envision Disney’s 1992 animated film
Aladdin, which remains a classic today. And 777igt developed a game called
Aladdin’s Treasure, discussed later, that uses licensed Disney characters.
But this Aladdin slot is a generic take on the Middle Eastern folktale that
appears in the eighteenth-century book One Thousand and One Nights, a.k.a. The
This tale is nearly identical to Disney’s version, where Aladdin is recruited
by an evil sorcerer Jafar to retrieve a magic oil lamp. The sorcerer tries
double crossing Aladdin, who escapes the cave and keeps the lamp.
Thanks to the lamp’s genie, he manages to become a rich, powerful man and
marry Princess Badroulbadour Jasmine. The sorcerer tricks Badroulbadour into
giving him the lamp, but Aladdin eventually slays the sorcerer with the help of
a magic ring.
Despite the book’s Chinese setting, many scholars debate that the original
folktale could’ve taken place in Arabia. And this is the setting for both
777igt’s Aladdin slot machine and the Disney movie.
Does the Aladdin game live up to the legendary Disney film?
Find out as we look at Aladdin’s atmosphere, music, animations, pay table,
bonuses, betting options, and rules. We’ll also discuss a couple disappointing
aspects about this game and compare it to two similar slot machines.