Arabian (video game)

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Arabian arcadeflyer.png
Japanese arcade flyer of Arabian.
Developer(s)Sun Electronics
Publisher(s)Atari Inc. (US) Sun Electronics (Japan)
Platform(s)Amstrad CPC
Commodore 64
Nintendo Entertainment System
ZX Spectrum Edit this on Wikidata
Mode(s)1-2 players alternating
DisplayRaster, 234 x 256 pixels, 64 colors

Arabian (アラビアン) is a platform arcade game created in 1983 by Sun Electronics and published by Atari Inc. The player assumes the role of an adventurous Arabian prince whose goal is to rescue the princess from her palace. During his quest, the prince will sail seas, crawl through caves, and fly magic carpets.


A Famicom version was developed and released by Sunsoft only in Japan as Super Arabian (スーパーアラビアン). Super Arabian was also re-released in a two-in-one Sony PlayStation game, Memorial Series Sunsoft Vol.1, which also included Ikki.

Tales of the Arabian Nights by Interceptor Software is a home implementation of Arabian, and the title screen gives no indication that it was licensed from Atari or Sun Electronics. It was published in 1984/5 for the Acorn Electron, Amstrad CPC, BBC Micro, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum.

Other media[edit]

  • Super Arabian, is one of the video games was adapted by Manga titled Susume!! Seigaku Dennou Kenkyuubu (進め!!静学電脳研究部, Shiawase no katachi), published in the Gamest Comics collection from April 1999, drawned by Kouta Hirano.


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