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Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

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Indiana_Jones_and_the_Last_Crusade.SIT (1.47 MB)
MD5: 73b9a6c9a5d959c1a2184a3681deb7b7
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
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indyppc11.sit (67.89 KB)
MD5: 844e19dfb2a79053b0dc7bc2cd33fe94
For System 6.x - Mac OS 9
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This game is still available from its publisher
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Translation_Table.pdf
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Manual.pdf
Emulation
This game works with: SheepShaver, Basilisk II, ScummVM

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade is a graphic adventure based on the film. It was the third game to use the SCUMM engine and the first to include the verbs 'Look' and 'Talk'.

Not as good graphics as The Fate of Atlantis, and much shorter overall, but still a great game. There's a lot of humor to find, both in dialogue and the cute little messages that appear when you die or get captured. Also, from about the middle of the game onwards, you'll often get to choose how to overcome obstacles: by brute force, trying to talk your way past your foes, or being more sneaky. Cleverness is rewarded; sometimes you'll stumble upon secrets that can help you later in the game.
  — Mimir

A text-based version of the Grail Diary is included.

A note about the manuals available:

This game is also available for Amiga, Atari ST, and DOS. Crown of Solomon is a fanmade sequel to this game.

See also: Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (floppy and talkie versions), 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!

 

Compatibility
Architecture: 68k

Mac Plus or better
System 6.0.2 or later
B/W or 16 colors

Will play on PPC Macs with Drigo's patch - see second download.

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Macobyte's picture
by Macobyte - 2020, December 1 - 5:25am

Thanks so much for the help! I've got a bit of a mismatch of old Macs with and without floppy drives and various versions of macOS but I'm going to try to get this done for you and uploaded!

EDIT: Okay, good news and bad news. The good news is I was able to pull a floppy drive out of an LC II and stick it in a PM6500 and install a copy of Disk Copy 4.2. I was able to get a disk image of Disk 2 of the game's three disks. The bad news then is that I got error -72 disk errors when copying Disks 1 and 3 in both Disk Copy 4.2 and the Finder. This floppy drive is ancient, dusty, and it whines the entire time the machine is on, so I'm not sure if these errors are caused by the disks being old or the floppy drive malfunctioning. These disks have been stored for many years in a climate-controlled closet so I'm hoping it's just a bad floppy drive.

I am a member of a LucasArts collectors' group on Facebook and have reached out there to anyone who also owns the Mac version of this game. Hopefully one of them will be able to possibly help us get the other two disks' images. In the meantime I'll continue trying on my end and may buy another floppy drive to try instead. Apologies that I couldn't fill in this gap in the archive as quickly as I had hoped.

MikeTomTom's picture
by MikeTomTom - 2020, November 28 - 11:34pm

I have the disks. I'm not familiar with a DC42 image…

@Macobyte: DC42 image = Disk Copy 4.2 image. Using the term (DC42) is may be unfamiliar to most folks.

If you don't have Disk Copy 4.2 installed, then the top DL #1 on the Disk Copy 4.2 page is the official Apple release. All other downloads on that page are for are unofficial builds based on leaked code.

To use this program, you do need to posses a Mac with, preferably, an internal floppy disk drive capable of reading/writing to 400k, 800k, 1.4MB, and DOS/ProDOS floppy media.

If you are not familiar with using this program, it is very easy to use:

  1. Start Disk Copy 4.2
  2. Click into its window to dismiss the opening dialog.
  3. Insert a (locked) floppy disk into the drive.
  4. Click the button labelled "Read Master Floppy"
  5. Wait until it finishes reading the floppy (the disk auto-ejects when done).
  6. Go to the "File" menu and choose "Save Disk Image..." and save the image file to some location on your HD
  7. Repeat steps 3 to 6 until all images are saved (if there is more than 1 diskette in the set).
  8. Have all saved disk images in a single folder.
  9. Compress the folder of images using StuffIt, preferably version 4 or earlier* and upload the resulting ".sit" archive.

*As this game can be played on System 6, using an early version of StuffIt ensures that backwards compatibility of being able to extract the archive on those earlier Mac Systems as well as more recent Mac OS's.

It would be really great if you have the means to carry this out and add the archive to this page. Thanks.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2020, November 28 - 7:00pm

I have the disks. I'm not familiar with a DC42 image… If you'll point me in the right direction I'll be happy to do that and upload those.

Some peoples here asks for actually *use* version 4.2 of Disk Copy to create them,
because when using Disk Copy 6.3 for storing 4.2 compatible files, these are *not* full 4.2 files.

Me, I've no idea about v4.2, ever using 6.3 for this.

Macobyte's picture
by Macobyte - 2020, November 26 - 7:21am

I have the disks. I'm not familiar with a DC42 image… If you'll point me in the right direction I'll be happy to do that and upload those.

WhosIt.There's picture
by WhosIt.There - 2020, January 3 - 6:48am

OZ1SMB:

I don't think this "Indiana Jones in: Revenge of the Ancients" game ever became available for the Macintosh. But I could be wrong.

Quite a few websites claim there is a version for Apple II, Mac, and PC, but all the supposed "Mac" downloads I've ever come across are simply DOSBox emulations of the PC version.

LambdaCalculus379's picture
by LambdaCalculus379 - 2020, January 3 - 5:53am

Does anyone have original disks of this game they can make DC42 images from?

scott Praed's picture
by scott Praed - 2015, December 24 - 12:18am
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Indiana Jones and the last Crusade works on power mac G4 1.25G mhz mirror door 2003 in mac os 9.2.2.
You did good job with this game. The patch works in 256 colors.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2015, July 4 - 4:51pm

... and probably the Sc**mVM team banned these d*wnloadable files from their application.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2015, January 22 - 6:14pm

Most likely it's banned in Germany because of the Nazi plot-line.

Probably yes, because using Nazi symbols is verboten in Germany, by good reasons.

OZ1SMB's picture
by OZ1SMB - 2015, January 22 - 10:41am
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I don't think this "Indiana Jones in: Revenge of the Ancients" game ever became available for the Macintosh. But I could be wrong.

Protocol 7's picture
by Protocol 7 - 2012, June 1 - 5:18pm

Most likely it's banned in Germany because of the Nazi plot-line.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2012, June 1 - 4:28pm

Its now on steam:

"Site error. Currently not available in your country."

geekdude's picture
by geekdude - 2011, May 13 - 1:00am

Its now on steam: http://store.steampowered.com/app/32310/

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2009, August 14 - 4:16pm

Not files, but folders.

Sarafin's picture
by Sarafin - 2009, August 14 - 1:15am

Ack -

I downloaded this game and ScummVM, but Scumm doesn't want to recognize the Indy file. Am I missing something? (I'm using an iMac from 2007 - pretty recent.)

-Sarafin

Balrog's picture
by Balrog - 2009, July 9 - 3:07pm

Yes, just add them to the archive.

IIGS_User's picture
by IIGS_User - 2009, July 9 - 2:40pm

Talking about Whip Ass Gaming, the section has been moved over to 'old, dead sections'.
Better to move the patches over here.