Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis: Original soundtrack
Name: Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
This was undoubtely one of best games ever made, but the soundtrack varies between cool, mostly famous Indiana Jones music, and boring space fillers. And these boring tunes are unfortunately most tracks from these two CDs, so this music is maybe good as adventure game background, but not very much for listening... [5/10]
CD 1: 01 - Raider's March & Searching for the Statue 02 - Kerner Steals the Statue 03 - Map 04 - New York & Biff the Doorman 05 - Fight-Game Version 06 - Fight-Complete 07 - Madame Sophia's Atlantis Presentation 08 - Sophia's Office is Ransacked 09 - Tikal and Professor Sternhart 10 - Sternhart Steals the World Stone 11 - Iceland and Dr. Heimdall 12 - The Azores and Mr. Costa 13 - A Research Laboratory Somewhere in Germany 14 - Barnett College-Caswell Hall 15 - The Manuscript 16 - Monte Carlo & Monsieur Trottier 17 - Monte Carlo Car Chase 18 - Monte Carlo Hotel Room 19 - The Seance 20 - Crossing the Desert 21 - Outside the Dig CD 2: 22 - The Dig 23 - Nazi U-Boat 24 - Crete 25 - The Surveyor's Transit 26 - Crete Labyrinth 27 - Labyrinth Elevator 28 - Arnold, the Singing Nazi 29 - Diving for Atlantis 30 - Darkness at the Atlantis Entrance 31 - The Map Room 32 - Outer Ring of Atlantis I 33 - Crab Central 34 - Atlantean Dungeon 35 - The Kiss 36 - Crab-like Raft 37 - Outer Ring of Atlantis II 38 - Outer Ring III 39 - Lava Maze 40 - The Heart of Atlantis 41 - The Death of Dr. Jones 42 - The God Machine, Finale, & End Credits
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Record created/updated: 12. August 2002.
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