Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (Classic Game) Reviews
Newest Review: ... sets this apart from most point n' click adventures is that it gives you the option early on to choose which 'path' you would ... more
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by - written on 09/04/11 (Very useful, 36 readings)
Riding on the crest of a creative and commercial wave, Lucasarts studios dominated the realm of point n' click adventures in the early to mid 1990s, with a string of memorable games such as Day of the Tentacle, Sam n Max and Full Throttle. Given that they owned the rights to the Indiana Jones franchise, it is no surprise that they introduced Indy to the sphere of videogames after he'd leapt from the movies to comics, books and TV spinoffs. The premise is pure Indy fun, with a plot that chucks together cod archaeology, adventure, romance, bits of mythology and, of course, Nazis up to no good. The city of Atlantis has been discovered in remarkably good ... Read the complete review
by - written on 23/09/00, updated on 23/09/00 (Very useful, 75 readings)
This game is probably the best adventure game ever made. And so it should be, the plot was written by Hollywood screenwriters. The plot of the game is that the Nazis are still looking for mythological weapons all over the world, but in this game they are interested in The Fate Of Atlantis. According to the legend the Atlanteans had the wisdom and possibility to develop a source of energy so powerful that it could propel all sorts of vehicles and machines. It could even be used to make bombs; bombs would come in handy for the Nazis, so Hitler sends out his agents to search for the entrance to the city of Atlantis, you Indiana Jones must stop them. ... Read the complete review