The player's viewpoint character comes across Jafar's Lamp in the desert. Jafar's voice rises from within and urges them to make their three wishes in the hope that once his genie duties are dealt with, he will be left free of the lamp. Naturally, he grants his first two wishes in his ironic manner. Throughout, the player is urged by an offscreen Aladdin to let go of the lamp, as the hero argues that nothing good can come of dealing with the evil Jafar.
- There is no sign of Iago being trapped in the Lamp with Jafar, as he was at the end of Aladdin (1992) and until the beginning of The Return of Jafar (1994), with the exception of the time he spent inside the Genie's Lamp per Inside the Genie's Lamp (2004). Combined with the fact that Jafar's Lamp is not in the Cave of Wonders, this might suggest that the story takes place at some point after Mickey's House of Villains (2002), possibly with Jafar's new prison lamp having modified itself to resemble his original one.
Behind the scenes
The game was released in December 2004 as a special feature on the DVD release of The Return of Jafar. Aside from Weinger and Freeman reprising their roles as Jafar and Aladdin respectively, the crew who developed it is unknown.