Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure
DOS - 1989
Also released on: Atari ST - FM Towns
Description of Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure
Video games adapted from movies usually mean bad video games. This is not the case of Indiana Jones and the last Crusade, "The Graphic Adventure". The game was as good as the movie and the player is deeply immersed into the adventure.
The player takes control of doctor Jones and have to resolves enigmas to get to the holy grail. Many places in the game are the same as in the movie although some action scene were not put in the adventure due to the point and click style.
The game was praised as one the best adventure game ever made, excellent graphics and precursor of the genre with different endings possible and a real possibility to replay the whole story with a sort of experience system.
Comments and reviews
Kuzorra 2022-02-20 0 point
Wow, I had this on my first PC ever, still on 5.25 inch floppy disk - and it's still not available for free
Blake B Dremin 2021-08-31 0 point DOS version
I love this game when I got it but something I haven't seen mentioned yet it had its own version of The Grail diary in the game and it requires 3D glasses to read The Grail Diary book successfully similar to the ocular Vision in National Treasure Book of Secrets nobody has mentioned that as far as the 3D glasses why not
PLANET 2021-06-14 0 point
@Picollo30: don't misinform people!
While FM Towns' version does have a pre-recorded (CD Audio) soundtrack, it does NOT have speech! Speech was introduced in Fate of Atlantis (in the CD version).
Also, PC VGA version is pretty well known.
Picollo30 2020-08-16 -1 point
The not so known PC VGA version is way better than the EGA one. Also there's a FM-Towns with soundtrack and speech.
MArk 2020-02-15 0 point
Original played the Amiga version even though I saw the PC version was released 4 months earlier.
Obviously the PC version is vastly better than the Amiga version with much better graphics and sound, no slowdowns either.
Caticorn 2019-03-20 -2 points DOS version
Does the EGA version not have an in-game diary? Whenever I try to use the diary it just says "It's a package from my father!" as if I never opened the package. Is the in-game diary VGA-version only?
Sam 2017-07-30 1 point
Back in the day this game was"the shit"!
I totally agree with above comments that this game has EVERYTHING- good story, lots of stuff to do and multiple endings. I love it more than the modern "HD graphics and multi-Gigabyte" games I have on my 64 GB mobile phone!
BAz 2017-05-23 1 point
Trip down memory lane. Played the bejeezuz out of this game in my yourh. A Classic!
And the movie's a classic too!
Graphics Geek 2016-11-10 0 point
THE GRAPHICS ON THIS GAME ARE AMAZING!!!!!!!! SO MUCH HIGH QUALITY!!!!
Taonuviel 2015-10-08 -1 point
Mac LC-II, floppy disks! I have the box upstairs, not sure if the diary is still there. I don't think we completed it then (I was 4 in 89, though it was some years later when I played it, and I'm not sure when the Mac edition was released), I completed it more recently, but it may have been on the LC-II after my dad switched an LC-III into it. I don't think the Power PC or original iMac were compatible. Would love to play it again if I could get it on this Asus. I'm not sure if dad still has any of those Macs around. Not sure why I think of it so fondly, I really like that game.
Poomann 2014-07-03 1 point DOS version
One of my favorite games of all times. I dont know why, but i love this game. In its time, it had all that one game must have. A interstesting story, many things to do, chat with some persons, how to fly one biplane, and finally the you could have a differents ends. What else do you need?
For answer that, there is a 256 colors version that add a stunning graphics.
In summary a very impressing game, that every body must play and much better than the movie.
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