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Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine

Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine
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PLAYERS 1- 1 
PUBLISHER Lucasarts 
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T Contains Animated Blood, Animated Violence

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INDIANA JONES AND THE INFERNAL MACHINE REVIEWS & PREVIEWS

Indiana Jones and the Infernal M review
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11/01/99
 

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Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine Demo 12/23/04
Indiana Jones is back! Some of my fondest video game memories are playing Raiders of the Lost Ark on the Atari 2600. When the original Tomb Raider came out, one of my first comments was "Why isn't she Indiana Jones?" Well, LucasArts has heard the call and answered it with Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine. This game is, in essence, Tomb Raider. Though the voice in the game is not Harrison Ford, fans of the movies should enjoy being the daring archeologist.

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