It is 1938 and adventurer Indiana Jones is joined by his father on this quest, preventing Adolf Hitler from capturing the Holy Grail. He will have to deal with Nazi guards, the Luftwaffe and enemy spies as he tries to stop the tyrannical Nazi leader.
The Graphic Adventure uses the same SCUMM gameplay system as the previous Maniac Mansion. Most of the screen is used for a visual rendition of the current scene. At the bottom of the screen are words, which can be clicked on using the mouse to activate their functions. For example, objects can be picked up, used, pushed or pulled, and turned on and off. Most locations are from the movie, but some further scenes are added.
In keeping with Indiana's action-man persona, the game also features pure action scenes. Unlike most Lucasfilm adventures, you can die.
Two PC versions of the game were released, one with 16 color EGA graphics, and one with 256 color VGA graphics.
November 15, 2018 Subject:
How to Play
Works fine in the Web Browser, (Just don't accidentally click a redirect link.) You can save by pressing F5 and then click SAVE. Be sure to Press LOAD in order to see your previous saves. Also, I don't see many Walkthroughs mention this but you will need a copy of Henry's Diary that came with the actual game to determine the true Grail. Here's an online copy
July 1, 2017 Subject:
It is very interesting to upload a DOS format game, with so many memories from my childhood that I have played this game, thousands of times... We had an original game that my father bought over the year 1990, when I was 4 years old.
I ask the administrator of this Internet Archive, if there is a possibility of having this game with several different languages like Spanish, French, German, Russian, Japanese, Italian, Portuguese, etc.
It is very interesting that there are interests around the world from this Internet Archive website. It is quite interesting that if everyone sees this website, some of them want this game can be programmed with other languages to enjoy... and when the interest increases, more people would enter this game.
We will be waiting for Monkey Island I and II... even the other languages. I am from Spain and I love this game since my childhood!!
Many thanks for the effort to upload this game and publicly allow everyone to enjoy!!
A big greeting to all!!
PS: I hope you understand me well in English, this translated by Google Transtalor...
August 26, 2016 Subject:
Fun, at least one glitch.
The emulation is good. I'd played Fate of Atlantis as a kid, but didn't know this one existed.
There is a glitch, however. When you get to the casket of the last knight, the selection point doesn't display it as the casket. When you try to open it, Indy says he can't.
I had no issues trying to save. F5 to save and load. I personally saved one game at the start of the game and then one at the glitched casket. That way if the glitch ever gets fixed (maybe corrupt import) any of us can load it.
For a game that came with five five inch floppies, this is a pretty well done game.
May 14, 2016 Subject:
Great game... but broken?
I used to LOVE this game way back when. Found it here on accident and started to pass it up until I get to the casket in the catacomb. There is no option to open the casket!
Has anyone gotten past that part yet? Is this a glitch of some sort? I hope not... :(
November 30, 2015 Subject:
How to Save the game!
I really love this game and works perfect but there no way to save the game?
February 24, 2015 Subject:
Save and Restore Games
I love these games but I have no way on playing the game because it will not allow to save or restore my games. What are the point of these games when you can not save? What am I doing wrong.
January 15, 2015 Subject:
Works, but special keys need some sort of mapping
Pressing F5 to save your game will have disastrous consequences...
January 8, 2015 Subject:
This is an overlooked classic LucasArts adventure game, but it works perfectly with the ScummVM emulator unlike here.
January 7, 2015 Subject:
Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade - Action Adventure Game
January 6, 2015 Subject:
Wrong description for the game.
For "Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade" two games were made.
An Action game to which the description links to. It was an action jump and run like game that was also released on "lower end" computers like the Commodore 64 and the likes.
This game in the Archive here however, is the "Indiana Jones and The Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure" game. It is a point and click adventure like Maniac Mansion or Monkey Island.
This was too big for the classic computers and was only released on MS-DOS PC, Commodore Amiga, Atari ST and the likes.