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Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (1992)

Indiana Jones must fight the nazis again in search for Atlantis and a newly discovered mineral of unbelievable power, the Orichalcum.

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Denny Delk ...
Omar Al-Jabbar / Nazi U-boat Captain / Nazi (voice)
David Gitin ...
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Sophia Hapgood / French Woman / Ticket Taker (voice)
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Dr. Hans Ubermann (voice)
Doug Lee ...
Indiana Jones / Alain Trottier (voice)
Joe Paulino ...
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Indiana Jones must fight the nazis again in search for Atlantis and a newly discovered mineral of unbelievable power, the Orichalcum.

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One of the items Omar offers is a baseball he claims is signed by Lou Gehrig, but when Indy examines it he says, "It's signed by some guy named Ron Gilbert". Ron Gilbert is the creator of the Maniac Mansion and Monkey Island series, as well as the SCUMM game engine, which most LucasArts adventure games use. See more »

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During the game's climax, when Indy and Sophia (regardless if she was rescued from the dungeon or not) are in the air lock to escape Atlantis, heading to the submarine, if Indy leaves behind the ladder on the steep rocky incline, the ladder will be gone at the end. See more »

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Indiana Jones: Alright, Jones... How are you going to find that STATUE in all this JUNK?
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Featured in Troldspejlet: Episode #23.6 (2000) See more »

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Breathtaking! One of the Best Games Ever Created!
7 August 2003 | by (US) – See all my reviews

I was in kindergarten when Lucas Arts' "Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis" was popular on the computer game circuit. There still, to this day, hasn't been a game to capture the imagination quite like this. The brilliant intellectual adventure is complimented by unforgettable visuals, inventive, innovative ideas and great humor.

Few games have been able to combine so many good elements so adroitly. Hand to hand combat, car chases, challenging puzzles, submarine and hot air baloon operation and communication all were mixed into one ultimate game. The "Fate of Atlantis" captures the romance and wonder of the film series as well, making it a marvel for film buffs.

The story begins in the attic of the college Indy teaches at. From here, we learn of the mythology of Atlantis from Plato's diaries. With the help of an old flame named Sophia, Indy travels through many wonderful locations like Iceland, Turkey and Monte Carlo in search of the sacred underwater city of Atlantis. An evil Nazi general named Kerner and his men get in the way, making it a huge, magical, terrific journey.

This is one of those games I will always wait for something to come close to par with it. Like "Contra" or "Star Wars" for Nintendo, nothing will ever come close!


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