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LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues
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Item №:

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LEGO Theme:

Indiana Jones

Price:

see Versions

Developer(s):

Traveller's Tales

Publisher(s):

LucasArts
Feral Interactive (Mac OS X)[1]

Date Released:

USA: November 17, 2009

Genre:

Action, Adventure

Mode(s):

Singleplayer, Two-player simultaneous

Rating:

E10+

Platforms:

Nintendo Wii, Nintendo DS, PlayStation 3, PlayStation Portable, Xbox 360, Windows PC, Mac OS X[1]


LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues is a 2009 video game developed by Traveller's Tales and published by LucasArts. The game was released on November 17, 2009 for the Nintendo Wii , Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, Nintendo DS, PlayStation Portable and Windows PC.

The Mac OS X version of the game was released by Feral Interactive on 16 May 2011.[1]

The levels from the original game are tweaked, and new ones have been added, eg. the Shanghai car chase from The Temple of Doom, and many were removed or replaced from the original game.

Overview[edit]

The game allows gamers to play a "tongue-in-cheek take on all four cinematic adventures,"[2] including the latest film in the franchise, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, which was not included in the previous game. The gameplay will consist of the same drop in/out co-op play as all of the previous game, but will have a split screen function, which will appear when one character goes off screen, and disappear when the character gets closer to the second one. Another new feature is the level builder, were you can make your own adventures by creating levels and linking them in a chain. This feature has been used again in the more recent LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. The main process is to choose enviroments, and place various levers, push boxes, buttons and weight plates and link them by a red line to traps and mechanisms, with the line dissapearing once the level is being played. Props, such as tents, boxes, statues and plants, and enemies and bosses such as guards and spiders can be placed, as well as water, lava, and quicksand. There are new level hubs, but instead of one, like Barnett College in the first, there are one for each of the movies.

Accuracy[edit]

The game is less accurate to the original and the Crystal Skull movies, because the story line put into the game doesn't consist of what had happened in the movies; this includes several monster boss battles, monkeys stealing the sunstones, Indiana Jones being ambushed by Russians aboard a train, Oxley being kidnapped by the Ugha, and the Well of Souls being directly underneath the maproom.

Layout[edit]

Each movie contains two puzzle levels, one involving a boss, a vehicle chase, a brawl, and a giant boss battle. Each level conatains one through three large rooms, and after entering a second room the player can't return to the previous room; in between each room is always a cutscene. Most of the game's boastings are about the Level Builder, Splitscreen, and Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

Drawbacks[edit]

This game, however, includes some disabilities including being unable to view cutscenes when not in levels, lack of secrets in the main levels, returning to hub after each level, few characters and customizable parts, five levels instead of six for a movie, and also shorter levels. After completing a level, players would return to the hub and the entrance to next level would be discovered, sometimes involving a character unlocked in a level. Also, after beating a story level, a treasure mode replacing free play becomes available, where the players would need two different characters to pass a puzzle and retrieve an artifact. Artifacts can be found in bonus levels. After collecting all ten artifacts, a super bonus city level would be unlocked.

Levels[edit]

Raiders of the Lost Ark, set in 1936

Level 1 (Puzzle Boss): Raven Rescue
Level 2 (Brawl): Market Mayhem
Level 3 (Puzzle): Map Room Mystery
Level 4 (Vehicle): After The Ark
Level 5 (Boss Battle): Belloq Battle


Temple of Doom, set in 1935

Level 1 (Vehicle): Lao Chase
Level 2 (Puzzle): Monkey Mischief
Level 3 (Brawl): Malice at the Palace
Level 4 (Puzzle Boss): Temple Tantrum
Level 5 (Boss Battle): Mola Rampage


Last Crusade, set in 1938

Level 1 (Puzzle Boss): Coronado Caper
Level 2 (Puzzle): Brunwald Blaze
Level 3 (Brawl): Berlin Brawl
Level 4 (Vehicle): Cannon Canyon
Level 5 (Puzzle/Boss Battle): Trial and Terror


Kingdom of the Crystal Skull:Part 1-USA, set in 1957

Level 1 (Puzzle Boss): Hangar Havoc
Level 2 (Puzzle): Doom Town
Level 3 (Brawl): Cafe Cahos
Level 4 (Vehicle): Motorbike Mayhem
Level 5 (Boss Battle): Crane Train


Kingdom of the Crystal Skull:Part 2-Peru, set in 1957

Level 1 (Puzzle): Peru Cell Pursual
Level 2 (Puzzle Boss): Tomb Doom
Level 3 (Brawl Boss): Mac Attack
Level 4 (Vehicle): Rainforest Rumble
Level 5 (Boss Battle): Dovchenko Duel


Kindom of the Crystal Skull:Part 3-Akator, set in 1957

Level 1 (Puzzle): Repair Scare
Level 2 (Vehicle): River Ruckus
Level 3 (Puzzle Boss): Temple Tangle
Level 4 (Brawl): Ugha Struggle
Level 5 (Boss Battle): Akator Ambush


Super Bonus Levels

Lost World: Raiders of the Lost Ark
Treasure Trap: Temple of Doom
Lionheart: The Last Crusade
Space Rocket: Crystal Skull P1
Bike Fright: Crystal Skull P2
Alien Ship: Crystal Skull P3

Characters[edit]

Level Creator

  • This can be unlockable after completing the first level. The Player gets to build his/her own level and test it. Using linking tools, enemies, props, traps, and landscaping.

Creator Characters[edit]

DS and PSP Versions[edit]

The DS and PSP versions did not feature levels from the first three movies, and it didn't include the level creator. Additionally, there were no cutscenes at all.

Levels[edit]

Act 1

  • Hangar 51
  • Doomtown
  • Escape the Russians
  • Peruvian Asylum

Act 2

  • Orenalla's Tomb
  • Soviet Camp
  • Jungle Chase
  • Ant Escape

Act 3

  • River Chase
  • Ugha Temple
  • Ugha Ruins
  • Escape from Akator

The game also had multiple characters that did not appear in the console and PC versions.

Versions[edit]

Set number Console Price
2853593 Xbox 360 US $59.99 / €39.99
2853594 PlayStation 3 €59.99
2853595 PlayStation Portable €39.99
2853596 Wii €59.99
2853597 Nintendo DS €59.99
2853694 Windows PC €29.99

External links[edit]

References[edit]

view · talk · edit Indiana Jones sets
2008:
Regular sets

20004 Jungle Cruiser | 7620 Motorcycle Chase | 7621 The Lost Tomb | 7622 Race For The Stolen Treasure | 7623 Temple Escape | 7624 Jungle Duel | 7625 River Chase | 7626 Jungle Cutter | 7627 Temple of the Crystal Skull | 7628 Peril in Peru | 7683 Fight on the Flying Wing | Ark of the Covenant | SDCC Indiana Jones Brickmaster 2008 Set

Promotional

Han Solo/Indiana Jones Transformation Chamber

Merchandise

440001 Indiana Jones Legend Kit | 440002 Indiana Jones Tri-fold Kit | 4527420 Indiana Jones Guard Key Chain | 852145 Indiana Jones | 852145 Indiana Jones Key Chain | 852146 Professor Henry Jones Key Chain | 852147 Indiana Jones Guard Key Chain | 852504 Magnet Set Indiana Jones

Product collections

K7623 Indiana Jones Classic Adventure Collection

Media

LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures

Books

LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures Prima Guide


2009:
Regular sets

7195 Ambush In Cairo | 7196 Chauchilla Cemetery Battle | 7197 Venice Canal Chase | 7198 Fighter Plane Attack | 7199 The Temple of Doom | 7682 Shanghai Chase

Merchandise

4559910 Irina Spalko Key Chain | 852716 Mutt Williams Key Chain | 852717 Irina Spalko Key Chain | 852718 Colonel Dovchenko Key Chain | 852719 Indiana Jones Magnet Set | 852762 Indiana Jones T-shirt | Indiana Jones Armour Case - Black | Indiana Jones Armour Case - Red

Media

LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues

Books
LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues Prima Guide
DevelopersTraveller's Tales +
GenreAction, Adventure +
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ModesSingleplayer, Two-player simultaneous +
Pricesee Versions +
RatingE10+ +
ThemeIndiana Jones +
TitleLEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues +
Date
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