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Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures

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Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures SNES Super Nintendo Game Cartridge Cleaned Tested and Guaranteed to Work! 

Grab your trusty whip and slash your way throughout all three Indy classics in this no-thrills-barred video game adventure! If it happens in the movies... it happens here... the giant boulder from Raiders of the Lost Ark, the mine cart chase from Temple of Doom, Three Trials from The Last Crusade. It's three times the Indy, all on one blockbuster game pack!

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Action & Adventure


Super Nintendo


NTSC (N. America)



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Customer Reviews

4 Stars
Not sure why I never had this one growing up. Like Super Pitfall but harder and with much better soundtrack!
Reviewed by: from DOWNINGTOWN on
5 Stars
Good Game
This is a pretty good platformer for the SNES. The control feels good and it's challenging at times, but fun to play.
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Michigan on
4 Stars
Lucas Arts tribute
Not so brilliant as Star Wars trilogy, but at least is a little easier (not so much) this game makes you remember a good time of childhood
Reviewed by: (Verified Buyer) from Brazil on
3 Stars
Dr. Jones?
After a very sucessufll trilogy with the Star Wars games on SNES, Lucas Arts follows up with Indianna trilogy. While the game is actually pretty well done, it's extreme difficulty may turn some people off. Control is half decent and requiring alot of precision jumping to avoid death. Further on, levels become extremely long, some seem endless. It actually does a great job following the series, and stays true to the theme and music. Definatley a challenge for some of the hardcore players of this gen. Perhaps if they had done 3 seperate games like Star Wars there could have been more time put into production.
Reviewed by: from Oshawa, Ontario on

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