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Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game (Commodore 64)

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Description

Being an action title, the game starts off where Indy is about to have an excuse to use his trusty whip: in Monte Carlo, after he recruited headstrong former student Sophie to his aid and determined the location of ancient discs needed to open the door to the lost city of Atlantis. Most action takes place in isometric view, although there are some variations along the way to keep up interest. There are even some adventure-game elements, such as Indy's inventory which you can fill with various objects to use (i.e. money to buy things). They are mostly easy though, and are there only to relieve the tension from knuckle-blistering action.

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Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game Commodore 64 Intro: Ubberman decides to test the Atlantean statue.
Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game Commodore 64 Level 4 - Walking around
Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game Commodore 64 Level 4 - On the Nazi Sub
Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game Commodore 64 Intro: Indy has been knocked out by Kerner!

Alternate Titles

  • "Indiana Jones in the Fate of Atlantis" -- Commodore 64 in-game title

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Version differences

In the Amiga, Atari ST, and DOS version, there is a small change during the intro sequence: A swastika on Kerner's armlet, only seen in half, was replaced with a innocuous symbol.

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NGC 5194 (17312) added Indiana Jones and The Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game (Commodore 64) on Apr 04, 2003
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