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Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (floppy version)

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Download IndyJonesAtlantis_floppy.zip (17.11 MB)
For System 7.0 - 7.6 - Mac OS 9
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II,

Atlantis is not a movie spin-off, but an independent adventure with a brand new story. The gameplay utilizes LucasArts' famous SCUMM system, with action verbs the player chooses from a menu; the objects that can be interacted with are highlighted. The game contains many puzzles of various kinds (mostly inventory-based) and dialogues with multiple choices. There are also a couple of hand-to-hand fights against the Nazis. The middle part of the game can be played in three "modes": co-operation (Indy and Sophia), adventure (Indy alone), and action (Indy alone, with less puzzles and more action). In each mode there are different locations to visit, different puzzles to solve, and different characters to meet.'

-From Moby Games

Archive now includes all patch and copy protection information, including the original media and a freshly installed and patched version ready for play.

This game is also available in a CD-ROM talkie version.

See also: Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade, Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures

We're still looking for the 1987 text adventure Indiana Jones in: Revenge of the Ancients. If you have the Macintosh version of that game, please upload it!

Fate of Atlantis is also available for Amiga and DOS.

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Architecture: 68k

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lazarusnine's picture
by lazarusnine - 2011, April 7 - 2:16pm
5

This is quite possibly my favorite game. I just wanted to point out that the specs listed on this page state that a minimum of an LCIII is required to play the game along with a 13" monitor. However, my family installed this game on an LC with the standard 12" monitor and it worked fine. If I remember correctly, the game box did not call for anything greater than an LC. If I can find it one of these days, I'll scan it in. This is a superb game. I only wish they had carried on with the point-and-click Indiana Jones games like they had planned to.

j_damage•69's picture
by j_damage•69 - 2009, May 5 - 9:47am
5

I do have the CD version.

Dimitris1980's picture
by Dimitris1980 - 2009, May 5 - 9:00am

great adventure, three different ways to finish it.