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Indiana Jones
Half Professor. Half Super-hero. All Man. Everyone loves Indiana Jones, except, of course, the bad guys, when he foils all their evil schemes.

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Indiana Jones and The Infernal Machine (Gameboy Color)


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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Sega Genesis)
The dry desert wind sucks the moisture out of your body, while the steady swaying of your horse lulls you into a daydream. Always the desert... years ago in the barren wastes of Utah confronting grave robbing opportunists and now in the ancient sands of Egypt taking on the moral desert of the enemy war machine. The enemy want to use the Holy Grail in their twisted bid for world domination. Even worse, they've kidnapped you father! You must stop them before they torture him for the secrets of the Grail. Grabbing your whip, you kick your horse into a gallop. You will get the Grail. Nothing will stop you!
--From the Sega Genesis Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade instruction manual.



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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Sega Master System)


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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (Sega GameGear)


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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (NES)
While on an archaeological expedition in India, Indiana Jones stumbles across the remote village of Mayapore. Following the theft of the powerful Sankara Stone which once protected the village and its people, the town lies in ruin and its children have mysteriously disappeared. Indy discovers the enslaved children in the evil Pankot palace, the home of the Maharajah. Mola Ram, the ruthless High Priest, has forced the children to mine for precious gems and the other missing Sankara Stones. Indy's adventure begins as he enters the palace to free the missing children and recover the Sankara Stones, defeating Mola Ram and his evil Thuggee guards.
--From the NES Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom instruction manual.



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Indiana Jones Greatest Adventures (Super Nintendo)
Grab your trusty whip and slash your way through all three Indy classics in this no-thrills-barred-blockbuster adventure! If it happened in the movies, it happens in here...The great boulder from Raiders Of The Lost Arc, the mine cart chase from Temple Of Doom, the Three Trials from The Last Crusade, Rene Belloq and Colonel Vogel... It's three times the action, all on one fully loaded game pak.
--From the Super Nintendo Indiana Jones Greatest Adventures instruction manual.



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Raiders of the Lost Ark (Atari 2600)
WELCOME TO EGYPT, DR. JONES!

Dust off your felt hat, throw on your leather jacket, and uncoil your rawhide whip - you're going on the greatest treasure hunt of your life! Put away the glasses and three-piece suit of respected archeologist "Professor Jones," and say hello to swashbuckling adventurer Indiana Jones* - Indy to your friends. Your mission: Find the fabled Lost Ark of the Covenant.

The Lost Ark. A dazzling treasure covered by a sheet of shinig gold, the Ark was used by the ancient Hebrews to carry stone tablets inscribed with the Ten Commandments. According to the Bible, the Ark possesses extraordinary powers and is able to "level mountains" and "lay waste to entire regions." Any army possessing it, the Bible says, is invincible.

You've been hired by the government to find the Ark before your country's enemies do. The only question is, where?

As an expert on the Egyptian occult, you know the Ark was hidden inside a chamber called the Well of Souls in the year 980 B.C. The location of the chambe is a mystery - but there is a way to find it. Go to the secret Map Room in the city of Tanis, and, if you're holding the right object at the right time, the location of the Well of Souls will be revealed. Of course, finding the Map Room is no easy task since Tanis was buried long ago in a sand storm that lasted over a year. You'll need sharp wits and courage to overcome the obstacles you encounter on your way to the Ark. Armed with your wit and steel nerves, however, you can handle anything! Anything, that is, except snakes - they've always given you the creeps. Snakes or no snakes, though, you've got to find the Ark!

You're getting closer to the Ark, now. Look out! What's that slithering out of the corner? It's a deadly asp! Snakes! Why did there have to be snakes...?!
--From the Atari 2600 Raiders of the Lost Ark instruction manual.



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Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (NES)


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Young Indiana Jones in Instruments of Chaos (Sega Genesis)


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