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Indiana Jones

Dr. Henry Jones or better known as Indiana Jones, The Main Character of the series.

Indiana Jones is a franchise created by George Lucas and Steven Spielberg.


Raiders of the Lost Ark (June 12th 1981)

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (May 23rd 1984)

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (May 24th 1989)

Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull (May 18th 2008)

Indiana Jones 5 (2017).


The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles (March 4th 1992 - June 16th 1996)

Video Games

Raiders of The Lost Ark (November 1982) for Atari 2600

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom (August 1985) An Arcade Machine and for Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Apple II, Atari ST, Commodore 64, MS-DOS, MSX, NES, ZX Spectrum

Indiana Jones in Revenge of the Ancients (1987) for PC and Apple II

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Action Game (1989) for SEGA Genesis/Mega Drive, Amiga, Amstrad CPC, Atari ST, Commodore 64, DOS, Game Boy, Game Gear, MSX, NES, Master System, ZX Spectrum

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure (July 1989) for DOS, Amiga, Atari ST, Macintosh, FM Towns, Amiga CDTV

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade (March 1991) for NES and Game Boy

Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis (June 1992) for DOS, Mac, PC, Amiga, and FM Towns

Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures (October 11tth 1994) for SNES

Indiana Jones and His Desktop Adventures (April 1996) for Macintosh and PC

Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine (November 23rd 1999) for Game Boy Color, PC, and N64

Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb (Feburary 24th 2003) for Xbox, PS2, Mac, and PC

Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures (June 3rd 2008) for Mac, PC, Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, PS2, Nintendo DS, and PlayStation Portable

Indiana Jones and the Staff of King (June 9th 2009) for PS2, Wii, Nintendo DS, and PlayStation Portable

Lego Indiana Jones: The Adventure Continues (November 17th 2009) for Wii, PS3, Xbox 360, PlayStation Portable, Nintendo DS, PC, and Mac

Indiana Jones Adventure World (September 9th 2011) for Facebook Platform


there are many novels, comic books, etc of Indiana Jones

Links to other series

Note: for references from Raiders of the Lost Ark click here. 

Direction Series Date Description Type

5Arrow R Mickey Mouse19881211 December 11, 1988The Italian Mickey Mouse character Indiana Pipps (Arizona Goof) is based on Indiana Jones, with his debut story "Topolino & Pippo in: I predatori del tempio perduto" based on Raiders of the Lost Ark.3
5Arrow R Mario19891127 November 27, 1989The Super Mario Bros. Super Show! episode "Raiders of the Lost Mushroom" is a parody of Raiders of the Lost Ark.3
5Arrow R Sam & Max199110 October 1991The Sam & Max: Freelance Police story on issue 3 of The Adventurer is a parody of Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis and there also are references to Indiana Jones movies in Sam & Max Hit the Road.3
5Arrow R George Lucas' Super Live Adventure199304 April 1993The Indiana Jones universe is one of the worlds visited.1
5Arrow R Duke Nukem19960129 January 29, 1996 In Duke Nukem 3D Indiana Jones' corpse and a trap that pays homage to Raiders Of The Lost Ark. Upon seeing Indiana Jones' corpse, Duke will say "We meet again, Dr. Jones.".3
5Arrow R Donkey Kong199609 September 1996La Planète Donkey Kong features an episode titled "Raiders of the Lost Banana", referncing Raiders of the Lost Ark.3

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Star Wars19973 March 1997Indiana Jones and Star Wars crossover with each other various times. First one being Indiana Jones making a cameo in the game Star Wars: Yoda Stories. Also, C-3PO's head appears in Lego Indiana Jones while Han Solo frozen in carbonite is in the sequel.1
4Arrow L Monkey Island19991123 November 23, 1999Indiana Jones briefly enters the Monkey Island universe in the game Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine.1
5Arrow R The Elder Scrolls20020501 May 01, 2002In the Omalen Ancestral Tomb, a skeleton can be found seemingly crushed under a rock, grasping for a ruby. It's identity is revealed after reading his supposed journal, titled A Dying Man's Last Words which is from "Indie" which is Indiana Jones' Nickname so the skeleton is Indiana Jones.1
5Arrow R Viewtiful Joe20041118 November 18, 2004The stage "Viewtiful Heroes and the Statue of Doom" from Viewtiful Joe 2 is named after Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.3
5Arrow R Chicken Little (Disney)2005114 November 4, 2005A movie theater plays Raiders of the Lost Ark in the 2005 film Chicken Little.2
5Arrow R Tomb Raider20070601 June 01, 2007In Tomb Raider Anniversary you can find the boulder and if you dodge it at look closely at the boulder there's a smashed fedora and whip showing that The Boulder killed Indiana Jones this time.3
5Arrow R Castlevania20061116 November 16, 2006The Fedora item from Portrait of Ruin and Harmony of Despair is a reference to Indiana Jones.3
5Arrow R Angry Video Game Nerd20080520 May 20, 2008The Angry Video Game Nerd episode "Indiana Jones" is a review of some Indiana Jones games.2
5Arrow R Scribblenauts20090915 September 15, 2009The Archeologist object and, by extension, the Paleontologist object, in Scribblenauts are based on Indiana Jones.3
5Arrow R Fallout20101019 October 19, 2010The Wild Wasteland trait adds an encounter with a refrigerator containing a fedora and skeleton. This is a reference to the scene in "Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull" where Indiana Jones saves himself from an atomic bomb explosion by taking cover in a lead-lined fridge.1
5Arrow R Timberman20140508 May 08, 2014TimberMan features a selectable character based on Indiana Jones.3
5Arrow R Steven Universe20150122 January 22, 2015There is a minor reference to Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom in the Steven Universe episode "The Test".3

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