Similarity with Harrison Ford is quite obvious, right.
Switch to other characters to use their skills and items.
Indy's always in search of something relic.
Swinging on a vine to the other side.
There're lot of lego bricks lying around to build stuff.
Indy's whip is as useful as his hat, if not more.
Trashing the Barnett college in order to collect some coins.
Exploring the Barnett college.
Selecting the movie and a chapter to play.
When not adventuring, Indy's just a regular archeology professor.
Even as a professor, Indy's fans are plentiful.
When adventure calls, the professor call will have to wait.
She doesn't seem happy to see him... or wait, maybe she does.
You can pick up objects and use them as a weapon.
Rescuing the slaves, and he's not alone.
Gotta find a working cart in these tunnels to go further down the tracks.
Indy can use his whip to pull off some gutsy moves during the fight.
Indy doesn't seem to think the same way as his father which gets them to quarrel a lot.
Interacting with the various devices in order to achieve the goal.
Either he's strong, or legos don't weight much.
Showing off is what usually gets him into trouble.
The game starts with these two characters.
We just built this bridge from tiny blocks.
Fighting humongous spiders
I wouldn't trust Indiana to solve this killer puzzle for me.
On to a key-finding quest
One of the many funny cinematics
Sometimes you have to dig up items before you can use them.
Building something out of blocks.
Team work is again very important.
One of the countless parodies on famous scenes from the movies.
Who put that damn hole there?
Unlocked some new characters.
Found some artefact pieces. There are ten in every level.
I suppose school is pretty exhausting without any chairs.
Find Indiana in this picture :).
Isn't my snowman beautiful?
Moving and reparing things is an important part of the gameplay.
On the roof tops of Cairo