never fails: I'm swinging in my hammock, sipping on a margarita
(on the rocks, with salt), sassing some saucy senorita, when suddenly
my comic sidekick bursts in, bringing word of the crisis du jour.
So even though I'd rather be taking a mental health day, I go out buckle-swashing
you might expect, being a world-reknowned adventurer and all, I'm quite
the fan of LucasArts'
"Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures," a classic Windows
adventure game that randomly creates a new adventure meant to
be solved in half-an-hour to an hour each time you play. (That's
about all the time I have in between my real-life adventures.)
the game was released, I've gone on hundreds of adventures, and have
seen most everything it can throw at you, and want to pass along the
benefit of my experience to less battle-scarred adventurers. If you
don't see the information you need here, e-mail
me, and I'll get back to you ASAP, and also add the information
to this site. (Oh, and if you're looking for the original version of
this site for some strange reason, it's here.)
you don't have the game, here's a demo version.
You CANNOT win the demo. You'll have to download the full version
to savor victory. While you're at it, e-mail
LucasArts to tell them we need the Desktop Adventures editor posted.
One was designed to test the puzzles, and it allows users to build an
entire game. Tell them Indiana Beau sent ya.