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Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures
Adventure Classic Gaming
1 February 2007
Excerpt: Following the track of success laid down by Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis, LucasArts has decided to give its intrepid hero Indy his own run as a "desktop adventure" as well. Despite its Indiana Jones license, however, Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures cannot be compared to other games from the series. This is because it plays more like an average desktop gadget than a real point and click adventure.
Summary: With so many multi-million dollar software projects in stores these days, it's easy to lose track of the real purpose of a game: to entertain. LucasArts has remembered this credo and combined the graphics, sound, and gameplay of yesterday to create Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures, a title that won't turn any heads but will keep quite a few bored business people entertained for hours on end for less than half the price of most games on the market.