27.11.2016 | Projekt News | Marvel

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis - Special Edition

Went2Play just released a demo to their fanmade game "Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis - Special Edition". You can download it here in the download area (under demos) or on the went2play website. Have fun with it :)

  • Story by veteran Hollywood screenwriter Hal Barwood, co-writer of Steven Spielberg's classic blockbuster Close Encounters of the Third Kind. 
  • Players get to BE Indiana Jones on a thrilling quest for Atlantis! 
  • Explore ancient ruins & solve mysterious puzzles! 
  • Beat the Nazis in pursuit of the ultimate power to determine the fate of the world! 
  • Brand new HQ Environments, Characters and VFX. 
  • High quality music & sounds. 
  • Voice overs made by professional actors.




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  • patrikspacek
    3 years ago
    Update to version 1.2 ... :o)
  • patrikspacek
    3 years ago
    Update to version 1.2 ... :o)
  • EHPDJFrANKy
    3 years ago
    Hi there people. The Demo will be in Spanish too, i have worked hard on doing it. If all goes good i hope they can also count with me for the full game (if released) can be translated to Spanish too. Best of lucks for the project. wink
  • EHPDJFrANKy
    3 years ago
    Hi there people. The Demo will be in Spanish too, i have worked hard on doing it. If all goes good i hope they can also count with me for the full game (if released) can be translated to Spanish too. Best of lucks for the project. wink
  • Glenfx
    3 years ago
    As far as I know, they were using Unity and I'm not sure but I think Construct 2 for the fights, they have a pretty nifty demo with it but we will need to translate that into Visionaire later on razz.
    @AFRLme: So far I don't think so, I'm not the project leader so I'm unaware of any legal issues, they sent a formal letter to Disney but I don't know the status of that.
  • Nigec
    3 years ago
    I could of sworn there was also a very early AGS one as well dating back to the early 2000's


    but after a bit of digging it was Fountain of Youth
  • sebastian
    3 years ago
    «Nigec the first versions were made with unity ... (also i heard of some construct 2 stuff in one of the dev videos)
  • bananeisafree
    3 years ago
    Man !
    Probably one of my top 3 p&c being remastered !
    I hope that I will enjoy more than the Day of the Tentacle remaster ... (the cartoonish, almost flash-like redesign really threw me off ... but It feels like I'm the only one, so what do I know :p ?)
    Downloading the demo right now, thank's for the info !
    Good luck to those working on the project.

    @Nigec don't know if you are talking about the original game or the first engine used for the remaster. If you were talking about the original version, it was made with the SCUMM engine (lucas art engine for p&c at the time we are talking late 80's to late 90's)
  • afrlme
    3 years ago
    Nice. I remember seeing some screenshots a little while ago. I think I like the new attic one the most as it's strikingly different to look at compared to the old blue hue of the original. Nice lighting. It's been a quite a while since I played the original - completely forgotten how much detail was added into each of the scenes; especially for a pixelart game. You've not had any problems with the bigwigs over doing a remastered version?
  • Nigec
    3 years ago
    Was it originally AGS?
  • Glenfx
    3 years ago
    Hahaha yeah, they switched engines around May this year and I have been working on it since then.
    I sent you a message about the bugs smile.
  • sebastian
    3 years ago
    ah, thats what Glen is doing lately razz
    I knew the project and found it nearly a year ago. Didn't know that they were using Visionaire smile Played it and found several bugs with the inventory though^^ But its a demo so i guess this will be fixed...

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