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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

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It’s hard to go wrong when you’re making a game staring Indiana Jones (although some have gone horribly wrong). And backed by Ron Gilbert, Lucasfilm Games and a Spielberg/Lucas classic, this Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade sparkles with creativity and does not disappoint at all.

With very impressive graphics for the day and clever (if a bit obtuse at times) puzzles, Last Crusade drips with atmosphere and deploys a pleasant dose of humor, too. It is Ron Gilbert we’re talking about here, right?

After playing this game for more than a few hours, you can’t help but be amazed at how the wizards at Lucasfilms managed to squeeze so many graphics and sound (and animation!) into three little blue disks.

One of the really unusual things about this graphic adventure is that it also includes arcade-style action sequences for gamers to play in-between all of the pointing and clicking. Right at the start, should you go into the gym’s locker room, Indy will walk out in shorts and sneakers (wearing his hat…) and climb into a boxing ring for a bit of sparring with a trainer. Say what?! Oh, and in this Lucasfilm Game production, you can even die adding to the challenge - although it is quite challenging enough already (IMO) and quite long, too.

A great game indeed. Check it out.

Note: if you don’t have an original copy, you will need to reference a Translation Table to get past the original copy protection.

Back of the box:

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade - The Graphic Adventure

Europe, 1938. The Lost Ark was just a warm-up! Now Adolph Hitler is after the most powerful talisman of all-the Holy Grail. A few brave men stand in his way. Fortunately, one of them is Indiana Jones. And this time, he has his dad with him.

The bad guys are in your face all the way--Nazis, mercenaries, traitors, and spies. Not to mention everything the Luftwaffe can throw at you... Can you handle the heat?

If you can, you just might earn a higher I.Q. (Indy Quotient) than the man with the whip and the hat.

Puzzles. Action. Adventure.

Visit dozens of locations you never saw in the movie!

No typing to slow you down... just point 'n' click!

Outstanding high resolution 3D graphics.

Over 100 sound effects... plus movie theme music.

Comes with Henry Jones' clue-packed Grail Diary.

Play cat and mouse in the catacombs of Venice!

Fight your way through the eerie Schloss Brunwald!

Outsmart (or outrun) Gestapo goons inside a giant Zeppelin!
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