Indiana Jones And The Fate of Atlantis is one of the great point and click adventure games. Now, a fan remake has stopped production after being contacted by Lucasfilms.
Indiana Jones superfan Patrick Schoenmaker has, for the last five years, been working on this animated sequence which imagines the intro to an Indy cartoon series that never actually existed.
Kicking off in 1986, Lucasarts presided over an era (running until around the year 2000) in which they were the adventure game Kings, releasing a string of titles that remain all-time classics even decades later.
Here’s a colored tattoo commission done by professional artist Jayson Hotchkiss. It’s a Mario-Indiana Jones mashup titled “The Temple of Shroom,” and it is gorgeous. The crappy GIF doesn’t do it justice, so make sure to look at the full-res version below—and here for more of Hotchkiss’ work. (via XombieDIRGE)
There’s an Indiana Jones restaurant? There will be this fall at the Walt Disney World Resort. But don’t get your hopes up just yet. Actually, don’t get them up ever.
This past weekend, George Lucas released his fairytale musical fever dream, Strange Magic. A movie in which fairies sing ELO and Lady Gaga for 99 minutes. But that wasn't the only bizarre venture that Lucas has tried to develop. Here are the 10 weirdest projects Lucas worked on throughout his career.
Sometimes it seems like every villain is obsessed with murdering the hero of the story. (Or making the hero realize they're alike.) But it's not true — in fact, some of the best villains have their own goals, and the hero just happens to get in the way. Here are some great villains whose schemes don't revolve around…
Say what you want about villains, they have spectacular architecture. But they're also a nightmare to create — which is why we don't have more undersea bases or faces carved into mountains in real life. Here are the weirdest design specs of some of the most famous villain lairs.
Mickey Mouse now owns both Han Solo and his whip-bearing twin Indy—Disney has purchased the rights to the Indiana Jones franchise from Paramount, the film group that distributed the first four films in the beloved action/adventure series.
Figma figures are about the best figures on Earth if you like putting characters in rad poses. There will soon be an Indiana Jones Figma. Yes.
The 16-bit era had unique visuals. Simple yet bright and colorful, we could always get lost in the tiny details. Taking parts of these memorable games and mixing them with a real life environment might sound odd, but if done right the results are beautiful.
Who would win, Indiana Jones or Darth Vader? Filmmaker Patrick Boivin thinks he knows how it'd go down.
Indiana Jones is not the only one solving annoying ancient puzzles in haunted caves, armed with a whip and dynamites, far from civilization. A setting like this is perfect for video games, so it is no surprise that many were influenced by the character, and the similarities in some cases are amazing.
Theres a big auction going down in Hollywood this weekend for a range of official props, photos and film from classic films like Star Wars, Lord of the Rings, Alien, Indiana Jones and Star Trek.
A figurehead atop a slowly sinking team, and a figurehead atop a slowly sinking stone.
Remember last year how Harrison Ford helped Sony market Uncharted 3 in Japan? Well, those clips have been remixed into something way better.
One of the most popular video games on Facebook will be re-named this week. The game formerly known as Adventure World will be re-named for George Lucas and Steven Spielberg's renowned hero Indiana Jones as game company Zynga adds the most extraordinary character to one of its games since FarmVille got a visit from…