Indiana Jones® and the Fate of Atlantis™
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.
User reviews: Very Positive (198 reviews)
Release Date: Jun 1, 1992
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"This is one of the first PC games I ever played and it's still one of my favorite stories. Relive the glory days of Indy and his pixely adventures!"

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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.

System Requirements

PC
Mac
    • OS: Windows XP or Vista
    • Processor: Any 2002 era PC or better
    • Memory: 32 MB RAM
    • Graphics: 2 MB - PCI Graphics Card
    • DirectX®: Required for sound
    • Hard Drive: 155 MB
    • Sound: 16-bit sound card

    Minimum:

    • OS: Mac OS X version 10.5 (or newer)
    • Processor: Intel Processor
    • CPU Speed: 1.8 GHz
    • Memory: 128 MB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB free disk space

    Recommended:

    • OS: Mac OS X version 10.5 (or newer)
    • Processor: Intel Dual Core Processor
    • CPU Speed: 2 GHz
    • Memory: 1 GB RAM
    • Hard Disk Space: 2 GB free disk space
Helpful customer reviews
12 of 13 people (92%) found this review helpful
13.9 hrs on record
My first Point-and-Click game as a kid. Was really happy to see it on steam! Now I can relieve those childhood moments with Indy~!

Wish they'd put "Day of the Tentacle" as well!
Posted: June 25
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8 of 10 people (80%) found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, though I have not completely beaten the game yet, is a fantastically well-written ScummVM-style game made mostly for fans of the Indy series.

I highly recommend it to anyone who likes hardcore 90's adventure games, and the voice acting is brilliant as well. Thanks!
Posted: May 23
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5 of 5 people (100%) found this review helpful
0.5 hrs on record
I used to play this game when I was a kid. Back then, I relied heavily on the Hint Book that came with the CD; then again, I was also 8 years old.

There are 3 paths that one can "choose" from based on early actions and dialogue in the game: The Fists Path, the Team Path, and the Wits Path. My favorite of these three is the Team Path, simply because it seems to provide situations privy to having the largest amount of sarcastic dialogue classic to the Indiana Jones franchise. It's the only path where Sophia Hapgood (the female character) joins you for the entire time, and thus gives you an AI teammate (who has a witty demeanor quite similar to that of Marion Ravenwood).

I always feel like dialogue is the most enjoyable part of a point and click style game - especially the old DOS ones - and can definitely make or break it. This is one of my favorite games for this reason; it does a very good job staying true to the feel of the movies and really deserves it's unnoficial title of Indiana Jones 4.

If you're looking for a fast paced adventure game, this is not it. While a lot of the puzzler-type aspects can be very difficult without the use of the Hint Guide (obviously not included on Steam), fighting is optional and with the limited point-click method - not very engaging, so I wouldn't reccomend that. The puzzler aspects include using objects with one another from multiple locations and working out persuasive dialogue paths.

All in all, I would have given this game an 9/10 in the late 90's, but as it is 2014, (but I'm still nastalgic) I'd say it's a 8/10 (mostly because the DOS-style pixilizated art now drives me nuts).
Posted: April 26
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3 of 3 people (100%) found this review helpful
14.1 hrs on record
Pretty good game! I never played this before although i am from that generation of point and click games. they were always fun.but Im writing this as an indiana jones fan, for that reason alone i say play this because its that right level of challeneging and it has the humor of the movies. the voice acting isnt bad except for brody. and i would reconmend this to anyone who has played point and clicks. but not to someone who doesnt know about p and c. it might be alittle annoying to new age gamers. over all 8/10 because i did have to look up what to do at the temple and glad i did because it wasnt very obvious what to do.
Posted: August 4
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1 of 1 people (100%) found this review helpful
15.2 hrs on record
Albeit a bit short and confusing at times, Fate of Atlantis is a little gem that shouldn't go lost on most gamers interested in the point and click genre. From the breathtaking design to the exciting storyline this game takes you on an adventure that can be touted as "Better than Temple of Doom and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull".
Posted: April 17
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38 of 40 people (95%) found this review helpful
1.9 hrs on record
For starters, I was not born around the time of old point and click adventures like LucasArts', but i would imagine that many people played them. why? Because LucasArts made what are quite possibly the best story driven point and click games. Where to begin? The graphics are as they were 20 years ago, and yet they still feel fresh, so nostalgia will hit hard with older gamers. I have not played the original, so I am not sure if this version is different in any way, but it has the original music, voice acting and graphics, so I assume it's the same. Even though i was born around the time where they started moving on to making more Star Wars games (which were mostly good, and one of them is one of my most favourite games of all time), I still wanted to try these. Last year, I saw a show with a segment about LucasArts' history, and they talked about games like Loom, Indiana Jones And the Fate Of Atlantis, Full Throttle, The Secret Of Monkey Island and many more. And I always like games with a big focus on story lines, and I decided to try them since it would be a break from Call Of Judy or whatever generic shooters are called these days. So I found a bundle with a few of LucasArts' games, and while the controls are a bit fiddly at first, I think Loom, The Dig and Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis will keep me playing 'till the credits roll because of the stories that just make you reflect after the end. It's like reading a book, you say you will read one chapter, and then you read the whole book. It's games like these that make me wish I was born in 1990. Nowadays it's all about pwning n00bs in halozone with masterchef or something. Sorry for the long review about me saying how much i like the stories in these games, But after all, the one thing that sticks around in your mind about a game, is it's story. Thank you for reading.

Edit: Another thing about their games, is that the writing is so good, It's always full of humour.
Posted: February 23
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