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Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
Publisher: US Gold     Developer: Unknown
Year of release: 1992

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Mento wrote ...2004-06-21 11:20:18
This game felt like the Nazi Castle part of The Last Crusade game. It was action-based, but there were always ways to avoid most of the difficult work by solving puzzles beforehand. It has the same dark humor of the films, and Lucasart did good to make it feel like the fourth movie.
aKro wrote ...2003-01-25 17:08:37
This game is an action one, totaly different of the PC adventure version. It's an isometrical 3D game.
GozZilla wrote ...2003-01-16 07:20:23
Never saw this game for the ST but remeber playing it on my old P133. It was one of the best Lucas-Arts Adventure games ever.
Klaus74 wrote ...2002-01-11 09:29:43
This game was not connected to an Indiana Jones movie, contrary to its predecessor "Indiana Jones and the last crusade". Nevertheless, the gameplay┬┤s good, with some nice jokes included, the graphics were all right, so if you like the kind of games, get it and enjoy. In my humble opinion: 8 of 10 points.