This page contains Cheats for Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis organized by sections for Macintosh. Indiana Jones And The Fate Of Atlantis is a Adventure Third-Person Sci-Fi game, made by LucasArts and published by LucasArts. If you can't find a hint or secret in our list, then please check this page periodically for the latest updates.
Press "0" while hitting an opponent. (Note: IQ points will not be added, nor will boss characters be affected.)...From: DarkBlader
The outcome of your fortune told by Sophia just before the game branches into the three paths depends on how you entered the theater in New York. If you talked your way in, Sophia will recommend the Team path. If you fought your way in, Sophia will recommend the Fists path. If you snuck in through the fire escape, Sophia will recommend the Wits pat...From: gatad
On the Team path, exchange the mask to Al-Jabbar for the baseball that was signed by Lou Gehrig. When it is in your inventory, look at it. Indy will state that the ball is actually signed by someone named Ron Gilbert. Ron Gilbert was the co-creator of the game engine used by the game: Script Command Utility for Maniac Mansion, or SCUMM....From: curtis12
In the inner circle of Atlantis, after leaving the canal through the bronze doorway, there two markings near the burrowing machine (one on the inside of the machine's housing, and one on the outside). Look at either one first, and Indy will say, "Atlantean Graffiti." This is a reference to George Lucas's 1950's nostalgia movie American Gr...From: askikr1945
The contents of the National Archaeology magazine you get at the beginning of the game are different between the German version of the game and all other versions. The German version of the game shows only one picture of Indy and Sophia together. All other versions of the game have two pictures, one of only Indy and the other only of Sophia. The on...From: helpme
Free Sophia from her cell in Atlantis. Then, do not rescue her when she becomes possessed....From: HIMANSHU
The background plate used for the Azores is based on a photograph of the Azores that appeared in an issue of National Geographic....From: Godnaruto
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