How do you beat Agrabah in Kingdom Hearts?
Attack the segments to break him up, and then hit the head and tail to finish him off, while avoiding his dangerous antennae. However, when he curls up into a tight ball, only the head is vulnerable, so whack away at that point until he uncurls.
How do you get to the secret room in Agrabah?
Grab the Protera Chain from the Chest then swim up the waterfall near the Save Point to enter the Silent Chamber. Head down the waterfall and call touch the statue then swim back up. Now swim into the Hidden Room and jump-slash the pillar here. After the cutscene head back to the Treasure Room.
How do you unlock the gate in Agrabah?
Enter the alley and after a cutscene heartless will appear to fight through. Beat the heartless then jump up top and Release the keyhole to open a gate.
Where is Aladdin in Kingdom Hearts?
Aladdin is an ally and party member that appears throughout the Kingdom Hearts series. He is a street-rat living in the slums of Agrabah along with his friend, Abu. His enemy is the ruthless royal vizier, Jafar. Aladdin fights with a balanced combination of strength and agility, using his scimitar to defeat his foes.
How do you beat the Cave of Wonders?
To attack the Cave of Wonders, you need to climb up its side, and then strike its eyes (make sure to strike them when they are glowing). You do not want to be down where your teammates are, as the Cave of Wonders will be shooting lasers, exhaling fire and summoning Heartless in the process.
How do you find jasmine in Kingdom Hearts?
Finding Jasmineedit Jump across the windows and jump up onto the higher ledge. Release the keyhole and go back to the Main Street. Jump up the ledges leading to Aladdin’s House, then jump across to the path you opened with the keyblade. It should take you to the Palace Gates, where you’ll see Jafar and Jasmine.
Where is Agrabah supposed to be?
Agrabah is located near the Jordan River (as the narrator tells during the first few minutes of the film). However, the narrator also described it as being in a place where the “caravan camels roam,” which is less frequent near the River Jordan and is more frequent in the Arabian countries of Morocco and Algeria.