Indiana Jones - The Last Crusade

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eppy2000 - 12/02/2014
There is nothing remotely tied in to the Indiana Jones movies, other than Harrison Ford's supposed likeness on the splash screen. The on-screen character you play barely looks anything like the character.

The game is too hard and very lackluster indeed, like a poor Kung-Fu Master clone. But with none of the fun or any real objectives. There was absolutely no originality or creativity with this game. You need to have the emulator set at 50% speed to have any real chance, and even with that it's too easy to die. Turning off the collision detection is the only to "win" at this game, if there is such a thing. When you, you're treated to a screen that says "You have found a sacred graal [sic] Mr [sic] Jones. Congratulations!"

Aztec, from 1982(!), is a million times more engaging. It captured the flavor of Indiana Jones and its inspiration from the serial adventures from Hollywood's Golden Age far better than this turd.
WarrenTerra - 11/02/2014
UTTER PILE OF CRAP. Has nothing to do with Indy except for the main sprite. Hordes of Nazis, guys in turbans, guys holding shields, and birds attack you ENDLESSLY, forcing you to do like 15+ split-second moves just to get an INCH further. And nothing changes. 1/10

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Indiana Jones - The Last Crusade atari screenshot
Indiana Jones - The Last Crusade atari screenshot
Indiana Jones - The Last Crusade atari screenshot
Indiana Jones - The Last Crusade atari screenshot

Information

GenreArcade - FightingYear1992
LanguageMachine LanguagePublisherBrothers Production
ControlsJoystickDeveloperBrothers Production
Players1CountryPoland
Programmer(s)

Selinger, Bartek

LicensePD / Freeware / Shareware
Graphic Artist(s)

Selinger, Pawel

Medium
Sound

Szczygiel, Andrzej

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Cover Artist(s)[n/a]Serial-
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