Arabian Magic is a weapons-based beat 'em up based on the Arabian Nights mythos. It plays like a mix of Golden Axe and King of Dragons with flying carpet segments thrown in for good measure. Each boss is a genie that can be summoned as a magic attack after being captured.
She can defeat enemies at a distance. Although her life is the shortest, her attacks are powerful and her spinning attack is considered lethal.
His weapon is the largest of swords. His attacks are skillful his strong point is charge shot by saving energy and emitting it from his sword.
His bodily strength and attacking power are the strongest. His attacks are a little slow, but when he uses his rolling tackle, the resulting body crash is both quick and effective.
He has quick movements and the fastest attacking speed. His endurance level is high, allowing him to maintain his skills while repeatedly striking his enemy.
Arabian Magic was a competitor to Sega's Arabian Fight. Both have an Arabian Nights theme.
Arabian Magic is part of Taito Legends 2, a collection of arcade games for PS2 and Xbox.
Arabian Magic is way better than Arabian Fight. Its combat is tight, satisfying, the fighters are distinct, and the movesets are surprisingly large. The aesthetics aren't much to write home about, though. The genie gimmick is pretty cool. Its biggest weakness is the lacking enemy variety.