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IndyJones.net - That's a wrap! (for now) 02 Mar, 2008, 22:54 / 7 comments

As suggested in the previous post, IndyJones.net is now fully up-to-date! Hooray!

It's been a personal mission of mine over the last month or so to make IndyJones live up to its tagline 'The Number One Source for Indiana Jones Gaming!' I now think we're there!

Here's the full list of updates I've added to the site:

  • Added Last Crusade Info & Music Pages. Last Crusade is getting on a bit now, but is still one of the major Indy Games. It deserves some respect!
  • Added Emperor's Tomb Reviews and Music Pages, Updated Emperor's Tomb Info page. Been a long time coming, but now Emperor's Tomb is fully updated. The Music page is the most worthwhile addition, as there isn't anything like it on the net. Now you can enjoy Clint Bajakian's last and greatest Indiana Jones soundtrack!
  • Added Lego Indy & 2008 Previews Pages. Now you can keep up with all the latest previews for the upcoming Indy games on one handy site!
  • Updated Lego Indy and 2008 Facts pages. Now we know a lot more about both, whether Facts or Rumours! Any notable videos have been put on these pages too.
  • More Images added to Lego Indy. We'll keep on adding any good ones as they come out.
  • Added 'Hidden Room 2', 'An artist's signature' and Images to Infernal Machine Trivia page. Well, I didn't know about the Close Encounters room until recently!
  • Added Infernal Machine Music page. This is the big one, but I've talked about enough in the post below! The only one of its kind!
  • Updated Desktop Adventures page. Added Info and box-art for the runt of the 90s Indy litter.
  • Added Greatest Adventures page. The lovechild of Super Star Wars and Indiana Jones finally gets its own page.
  • Updated Fan Games to include Last Crusade 2. Whether any of these games will be released or not is another matter.
  • Added Revenge of Ancients page. The first ever Indy adventure game gets a page!
  • Added Cancelled Games page. A detailed page for all the Indy games that didn't quite make it. Well, did you know the Spear of Destiny actually exists, was actually captured by the Nazis, actually presented to Adolf Hitler and actually now sits in a museum in Vienna?
I'm sure more will come, but that's enough for now I think! Enjoy!

Comments

  • elTee on 03 Mar, 2008, 14:14…
    Hey, good work man.
  • ThunderPeel2001 on 03 Mar, 2008, 14:05…
    Great job! I was working on a project called IndyGames.com once upon a time, but it never came to fruition. It was quite interesting to learn about all those old Indy Games during my research, though. I seem to recall that IQ (Indy Quotient) points first made an appearance in an old 2600 Indy game!
  • The Tingler on 03 Mar, 2008, 16:20…
    Can you remember which game? I thought IQ was invented for Last Crusade...
  • Lewis on 03 Mar, 2008, 16:26…
    Me too! Perhaps I´m wrong...
  • Lewis on 03 Mar, 2008, 09:39…
    Great! Last Crusade was one of my first adventure games when I got my first PC. I´ve played this game on a Monochromatic Monitor with floppy disks (ahh those were the days). It will be cool to hear once again the tunes!! I think i´ll put on my Nokia!
  • The Tingler on 03 Mar, 2008, 16:20…
    I've got The Russian March from Infernal Machine on mine...
  • Lewis on 03 Mar, 2008, 16:26…
    LOL! I´ve got to pimp my phone with Indy motives.