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- Swim, climb, and shimmy
- Use a variety of weapons from the environment
- Use Indy's signature whip as a multi-purpose tool
- Unlock more than 60 playable characters
- Mix-and-match lego parts to create unique characters
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- Everyones favorite fedora wearing hero returns to theaters this May in Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull and families can celebrate the humor and excitement of the original films with LEGO Indiana Jones.
- Tongue-in-cheek humor presents The Original Adventures in a manner only LEGO can whip up, with comical reinterpretations of classic Indiana Jones scenes and elements.
- Use Indys signature whip as a multi-purpose tool to attack, disarm, swing across gaps, activate levers and interact with a world of LEGO objects and puzzles.
- For the first time, LEGO Indy characters are fully immersed in their environment; swim, climb, shimmy across rock ledges and pick up and carry objects.
- Use a variety of weapons from the environment to fight enemies (e.g., chairs, guns, swords, bottles).
- Unlock more than 60 playable characters, including villains and supporting characters (Marion Ravenwood, Short Round, Rene Belloq, Willie Scott, Marcus Brody, Jones Senior and Mola Ram).
- Character specific abilities include excavation by Satipo, an umbrella slide by Marcus Brody, and monkey access by Marion Ravenwood.
- Create unique playable characters like Sallah Scott or Mola Round by mixing and matching the LEGO body parts of all playable characters.
- Explore the globe and solve puzzles that encourage creative thinking through the use of teamwork and unique building situations only possible in a LEGO world.
- Cooperative gameplay encourages parents to share the legacy of Indiana Jones with their children in a fun and humorous way.
Your Favorite Hero in Lego Form
LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures takes the fun and creative construction of LEGO and combines it with the wits, daring and non-stop action from the original cinematic adventures that enthralled audiences everywhere (Indiana Jones and the Raiders of the Lost Ark, Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom and Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade). With a unique tongue-in-cheek take on the original adventures, LEGO Indiana Jones follows Dr. Jones escapades through the jungles of South America to the mountaintops of India. Fans can build, battle and brawl their way through their favorite cinematic moments, from Indy’s entanglements with snakes to his dashing boulder run.
Of course, pop culture’s most iconic archaeologist will whip through all the classic moments with the help of a host of supporting characters including Marion Ravenwood and Short Round. Players can also mix and match the body parts of more than 60 playable characters to create new heroes just as they could in the best-selling LEGO Star Wars games.
Top Customer Reviews
There are really three aspects of these LEGO video games that apply: ease of play (all ages), strategy, and hilarious humor. LEGO Indiana Jones (LIJ) definitely hits these aspects up - such a fun game.
If you have played the LSW series, you are familiar with the basic controls: four buttons for action, jump, attack, and special. When in Free Play mode, you use the character switch button as well. Same concept here. So easy a child can play and enjoy it, but therefore good for adults as well!
The strategy is more for the older kids (ages 10 and up), I think. The strategic elements of the game are primarily in the Free Play mode, such as deciding which characters to use for which scenarios. Also, a youngster may not fully comprehend the abilities of Indy and his whip. And that is a new feature in this LEGO video game (sort of... more like an expansion of an old theme, I suppose) - your character interacts with the environment differently. For example, in LIJ, you can use the whip to disarm enemies, activate levers, and perform puzzle solutions. It's just a tad different (kind of a mix, really) of the LSW strategies. But you will notice some similarities and understand what I mean by "an expansion of an old theme." Basically, if you played the LSW series, this will be familiar to you; if not, it won't be that difficult, especially for the older players.
Another cool aspect of the environment is that your players can fully interact with it now. This is new. Basically, you can now swim, climb, and pick up objects and whatnot.Read more ›
The game works just fine with two Logitech Cordless Rumblepad 2 game controllers. Setting up the button assignments in the setup screen is very straightforward and obvious; just copy the buttons shown in the manual for the XBox 360 PC controller. Only drawback is that you seem to have to assign the second controller every time you start the game (e.g. after a PC reboot/powerup), but it's a minor point.
My kids and I have gotten through the first several levels with no major problems, although it can be challenging at times, but not too much so. The play is very similar to the Star Wars Lego games, along with the occasional humor thrown in just for fun.
This game is so good, I may actually get the Lego Batman for PC when it comes out, although I had not really considered it before.
This one's a real winner for all ages!!! :-)
"That controller does meet the minimum number of inputs required for LEGO Indiana Jones."
"The game supports dual-analog gamepads,
Required number of controller inputs:
2 analog sticks (4 axes) and 11 buttons
1 analog stick (2 axes) and 15 buttons
First and foremost, you are going to want to make sure that your computer can handle the system requirements. This game requires a graphics card with shader model 2.0. Most GPUs in computers these days meet that requirement, but it is best to check beforehand. If you are unsure, a demo of the game is available online. If you can run the demo, you can run the full version of the game.
The game allows the use of the keyboard to control the game, but the controls become somewhat cumbersome during the jumping puzzles. I would also recommend using a gamepad. The game fully supports the X-box 360 controller and many others.
Lego Indy has one commanding plus over Lego Star Wars (L:SW), it is far less tedious. In L:SW, if you wanted to unlock everything the game had to offer you had to revisit each level multiple times. You also had to play all of the levels in story mode all over again one after the next to complete the Super Story mode.
Lego Indy has removed the Super Story mode and the minimum stud collection requirement in Free Play (known as "True Jedi" in L:SW, and "True Adventurer" in Lego Indy). Lego Indy has also lowered the cost of all the unlockables. This makes the game feel much shorter, but also removes some of the more tedious elements found in L:SW. This ends up being a mixed blessing. On one hand I've found that it makes the game very short, on the other hand the game wouldn't be more enjoyable by making stud collection a drawn out process or by making you repeat the same levels over and over again.Read more ›
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I've played a lot of Lego games, and I didn't enjoy this one as much. There's nothing specifically WRONG with it, it's got all the familiar attributes of a Lego game. Read morePublished 2 months ago by bythesea
Takes too much memory to work properly in my PC.
6 gb's with quad core and still slow. wasted money
OK, I run an emulated drive on my computer to use ISOs along with a regular one for discs. When I bought a physical copy of this game, I installed it fine, but when I tried to run... Read morePublished 13 months ago by RetroGameNinja
Bought this for my grandson who is seven and he has been playing and enjoying it very much. He loves finding all the hidden puzzles and bobby traps. Read morePublished 24 months ago by charlie