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Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine (1999)

1947: Dr. Jones is leading a quiet, peaceful, boring life of archaeology - until he is reunited with an old friend, who informs him that the Russians are believed to have discovered Babylon... See full summary »

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Doug Lee ...
Indiana Jones / Marduk (voice)
Tasia Valenza ...
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Babylonian Holy Woman (voice)
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Nubian Boy at Mine (voice)
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Andrew Kochergin ...
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Vladimir Romanov ...
Soviet Captain (voice)

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1947: Dr. Jones is leading a quiet, peaceful, boring life of archaeology - until he is reunited with an old friend, who informs him that the Russians are believed to have discovered Babylon. Now it's up to Indy to stop the Russians and retrieve the pieces of an ancient machine that could end the world. Written by Tom Benton

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After the player picks up the Tool From Beyond in the final level, a hole can be found at the bottom of one of the tunnels. Going through this hole leads to the Barbary Coast from Curse of Monkey Island, The. See more »

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The CIA's field members are known as "officers," not "agents" - an agent is a foreign national who provides the CIA with inside information. See more »

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Indiana Jones: Time to go to work.
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Follows Indiana Jones and the Lost Kingdom (1984) See more »

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Great !!
2 September 2001 | by (Canada) – See all my reviews

The Best game of Indy Ever !! Like the Movies, but longer!! A great Sequel to the amazing chronicle of Indiana Jones. The puzzle are a little hard, but when the secret is revealed or discovered, it's really cool. I recommand this game for any Indy lovers or Tomb Raiders fans.


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