Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine (1999)

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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... See full summary »

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Doug Lee ...
Indiana Jones (voice)
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Victor Raider-Wexler ...
Dr. Gennadi Volodnikov (voice)
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Agent Simon Turner, CIA (voice)
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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 ...
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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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Indiana Jones e la macchina infernale  »

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On the map showing Indy's approach to Teotihuacan, both Melee Island from Secret of Monkey Island, The and El Marrow from Grim Fandango can be seen. 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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The Man in the Hat is Back ... and it even rings true.
14 June 2000 | by (Princeton, NJ) – See all my reviews

I am not usually one to gush over a video game, but Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine is a neat bit of work. Much like Tomb Raider in feel, it takes full advantage of the mystique and mythology of the Raiders of the Lost Ark series. The plot involves Indy's globe-spanning quest to beat the Russians to the secrets of an ancient Babylonian device of awesome power. The sixteen levels are interspersed with set pieces that really have the flavor of an Indy movie, with the wit and humor associated with Harrison Ford's portrayal of the character. (Ford did not do the game, though.)

The programmers keep their tongues firmly in cheek, making Indiana in-jokes that show they recognize the mythical stature of Indiana Jones as American hero without taking it all too seriosuly. This is perhaps most conclusively demonstrated by the bonus level "Return to Peru", wherein you, as Indy, get to return to the Peruvian temple at the beginning of Raiders.

For anyone who has enjoyed the Indiana Jones series of movies, and who likes first-person games, this is a must.


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