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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.


Hal Barwood


Hal Barwood (story), George Lucas (characters) | 1 more credit »


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Credited cast:
Denny Delk Denny Delk ... Omar Al-Jabbar / Nazi U-boat Captain / Nazi (voice)
David Gitin David Gitin ... (voice)
Jane Jacobs Jane Jacobs ... Sophia Hapgood / French Woman / Ticket Taker (voice)
Nick Jameson ... Dr. Hans Ubermann (voice)
Doug Lee Doug Lee ... Indiana Jones / Alain Trottier (voice)
Joe Paulino Joe Paulino ... (voice)
David Kirk Traylor ... (voice) (as David Traylor)

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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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The LucasArts logo can be seen several times in the Knossos labyrinth, depicted on walls. See more »


On the wits path, the Nazi sailors are in the stern torpedo bay after Indy starts a fire. If you take Indy up to the conning tower and use the "look" command on the lower deck, Indy says that he sees a couple of Nazis down there when there are no Nazis in sight, as they are in the stern torpedo bay. See more »


[first lines]
Indiana Jones: Alright, Jones... How are you going to find that STATUE in all this JUNK?
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Follows Raiders of the Lost Ark (1981) See more »

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This one had me hooked for months
6 August 2002 | by DockelektroSee all my reviews

If there is one game that had me fascinated from beginning to the end, if there is one game that had me in dispair for finding the solution, if there is one game that reminds me of part of my life, this must be it. The storyline, the settings, the characters, the action set-pieces and the enigmas made me sometimes jump in my chair, and crave for a motion picture adapted from the game. The storyline is one of the most fascinating in years, and feels like it's the best movie never put on film. If you never played this one, you should, even now, it's one of the reasons why sometimes it feels good to have a functional 386 computer with only a diskette drive and a pc speaker with that unique kind of music. Any spectrum cult-follower knows what I mean. Mythical game, and the most addictive thing to ever grace the VGA screens ever.

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