All Indiana Jones games released to date

Indiana Jones Games

The most famous archaeologist on the big screen has also had his space in the world of video games. Now that Microsoft and Bethesda are preparing the launch of Indiana Jones and the Great Circle, we are going to review all the adventures that Dr. Jones has left us on the different platforms.

Indiana Jones Games

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle

The adventures of Dr. Jones are characterized by being frenetic, with a lot of action, sarcasm and exciting. Graphic adventures with the seal of LucasArt marked the childhood (and not so childhood) of many PC players in the 90s, and after achieving some of the best adaptations in video game format, the saga has not managed to stand out with games that are too striking until the arrival of the versions in the universe of LEGO.

The launch of the trailer Indiana Jones and the Great Circle seems to open a new opportunity for a game that seems to be quite promising, so with the idea of ​​refreshing our memory a little, we are going to review all the games that have been released throughout history.

Raiders of the Lost Ark

It was necessary to somehow take advantage of the popularity of Spielberg's film, so Atari had the great idea of ​​making an Indiana Jones game for the Atari 2600.

  • Launching: 1982
  • Platform: Atari 2600

Indiana Jones in the Lost Kingdom

The second game released inspired by the archaeologist was Indiana Jones in the Lost Kingdom, and in addition to reaching the Atari 2600, it sneaked into the Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum. The game took Indi to a series of mini games that offered what could be achieved at the time, that is, extremely simple graphics where imagination had a great importance in the gaming experience.

  • Launching: 1985
  • Platform: Atari 2600, Commodore 64 and ZX Spectrum

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom

Directly inspired by the successful movie, it was launched in Arcade mode and on consoles. It's the first game that truly feels like an Indiana Jones adventure, especially with the addition of digitized voices and John Williams' unmistakable music.

  • Launching: 1985
  • Platforms: Arcade, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, MSX, NES, ZX Spectrum

Indiana Jones in Revenge of the Ancients

A completely different game from anything that had been seen before, since this time, this Mindscape title proposes a conversational adventure in which you explore and solve puzzles at the touch of the keyboard.

  • Launching: 1987
  • Platforms: MS-DOS, Apple II, IBM PC

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure

The first Lucasart Adventure with the Indiana Jones seal. A great, fun, very entertaining adventure that fits very well with the original film. One of those essential graphic adventures on par with Monkey Island.

  • Launching: 1989
  • Platforms: MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, Macintosh

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Action Game

The most arcade version of the last Crusade. Available on a multitude of platforms, he proposed a platform and skill version set in the third film.

  • Launching: 1989
  • Platforms: MS-DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, Macintosh

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis

Possibly LucasArt's best work (not a personal opinion, ahem). A story that captivates so much that many fans consider it the authentic Indiana Jones 4. You will have to begin an epic search for the legendary lost city of Atlantis.

  • Launching: 1992
  • Platforms: MS-DOS, Amiga, Macintosh

The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles

A rather peculiar adventure developed for NES in which an old Indiana Jones with an eye patch dedicated himself to recounting his old battles when he was young and fighting against villains like Pancho Villa in the middle of the Mexican Revolution.

  • Launching: 1992
  • Platform: NES

Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures

Super Nintendo was not going to be left without its corresponding game either, this time being a much more colorful and striking adventure. Here adventures from the stories of The Last Crusade, the Lost Ark and the Temple of Doom will be relived, representing many scenes from the films very well.

  • Launching: 1994
  • Platform: SNES

Instruments of chaos: Starring Young Indiana Jones

This version of MegaDrive (Genesis), took our hero to 16 bits, and once proposes a story related to Nazis where we will have to put an end to the organization's military plans. You will travel around the world armed with a gun and your inseparable whip with which to climb.

  • Launching: 1994
  • Platform: Megadrive

Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures

Designed to be played in a window, this game was created as a quick pastime that could be consulted from time to time on the desktop PC. Its originality is that, although the story is maintained, the settings, scenarios and direction of the story are random, so each game can be different.

  • Launching: 1996
  • Platform: Windows

Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine

It is the first Indiana Jones game in 3D. Available for Nintendo 64, PC and Game Boy color (the latter obviously in 2D), he once again faces Indi and the Nazis because of a mysterious artifact.

  • Launching: 2000
  • Platform: PC, Nintendo 64 and Game Boy Color

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb

This game is inevitably reminiscent of Tomb Raider (as hypocritical as it may seem), and we will see Indiana Jones in a mix of platforms, action and secrets to solve that are quite entertaining.

  • Business launch event: 2003
  • Plataform: PC, Xbox and PlayStation 2

Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures

The LEGO saga has been able to take advantage of the archaeologist's license with quite fun games, and in this first installment they managed to hit the nail on the head. Cooperative, platforms, action and with a very colorful design, it is tremendously addictive.

  • Launching: 2008
  • Platform: PC, PlayStation 2, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, Wii, and Nintendo DS

Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues

After the success of the LEGO version, the developers did not hesitate to give a second installment to this fun game, expanding the story and introducing a large number of new levels.

  • Launching: 2009
  • Platforms: PC, PlayStation 3, Xbox 360, Wii, and Nintendo DS.

Indiana Jones and the Great Circle

The last official adventure is in development. It comes from Bethesda, and it looks like it's the biggest thing we've seen from the archaeologist so far. At first it seems to be a Microsoft exclusive, but there are rumors that it could come to PS5. With puzzles and lots of first-person action, this new game will have a lot to talk about.

  • Launching: 2025
  • Platforms: Xbox Series and PC.

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