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Magazine ad:

    Plato knew about Atlantis. In a lost dialogue he wrote about the famed city and orichalcum, the mysterious element that powered the Atlanteans['] amazing machinery.

    The Nazis know about Atlantis. They tracked down the lost dialogue, and realized orichalcum would yield them the ultimate weapon of the age.

    Sophia knows about Atlantis. She unearthed a mysterious necklace and beads of orichalcum during an Icelandic archeological dig with Indy. Their magical properties made her a psychic.

    Everyone knows but Indy And he's got to learn fast. The Nazis are one step ahead of him -- from Iceland to North Africa from the Azores to... Atlantis.

    Our biggest, most complex adventure ever. Huge. More than 200 rooms furnished with vivid VGA art. Roto-scoped animation, a new icon interface. Exciting LucasArts electronic storytelling technology. Dramatic theatrical lighting.

    Three ways to play and replay. Three roads lead to Atlantis. "Puzzle path" features tough but logical riddles. "Action path" demands two-fisted reflexes. "Team path" calls on your intuitive sense and interpersonal skills.

    Cinematic soundtrack. iMUSEā„¢, our brand new interactive sound system, supports all major sound cards with situation-based sound effects and music.

    INDIANA JONES and the FATE of ATLANTIS Iceland. The start of a new chapter in the history of Atlantis. Indy and Sophia cross many paths on the way to rediscovering the lost continent.

    The ancient necklace hides many mysteries from the past.

    Contributed by Pseudo_Intellectual (64350) on May 23, 2013.

Back of Box - DOS (US):

    The Man With The Hat Is Back In His Greatest Adventure Yet!!

    1939 -- the eve of World War II. Nazi agents are about to get their hands on a weapon more dangerous than the atom bomb. Only Indy can stop them before they unleash the deadly secret that sank Atlantis.

    Point'n click your way through fistfights, puzzles, balloon rides, car chases and Indy one-liners.

    Explore over 200 spectacular locations.

    Hear LucasArts' exclusive iMUSE create a musical score that follows your every move.

    Play and replay - three unique challenging paths to vanquish the Reich.

    Play bumper cars with Gestapo kidnappers.
    Repair an ancient doomsday machine...carefully.
    Soar across the vast Sahara in search of mysterious ruins.
    Capture a Nazi sub and find Atlantis' secret air lock.

    Contributed by Jeanne (76226) on Nov 09, 2005.

Summer 1996 LucasArts catalog:
    Now in stock and ready to ship: all the thrilling adventures of Indiana Jones

    If you've got the skills to solve the mysteries and survive the peril, we've got the games. Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures features over a billion gaming combinations - each of which can be played in under an hour. Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis offers intriguing action that will leave you spellbound - assuming you solve the mystery. Don't miss out on the action!

    Contributed by RKL (5734) on Sep 27, 2003.

Winter 94/95 LucasArts catalog:
    The newest Indiana adventure for your computer! Whether you like mind-bending puzzles, two-fisted action, or talking your way out of a jam, you'll experience all the excitement and adventure that Indiana Jones fans have grown to love. Help Indy search for the fabled city of Atlantis. Features stunning 256-color graphics and cinematic iMUSE soundtrack.

    Contributed by RKL (5734) on Sep 27, 2003.

LucasArts Company Store Catalogue (Winter 1999/2000):
    The man with the hat is back in one of his greatest adventures! Nazi agents are about to get their hands on a weapon more dangerous than the atom bomb. Only Indy can stop them before they unleash the secret that sank Atlantis.

  • Take your choice of three unique and challenging paths to vanquish the Reich

  • Explore over 200 locations and solve hundreds of puzzles

  • Features full voice and sound

    Contributed by MAT (230299) on May 30, 2001.

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