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Re-discovering lost treasures.

Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine is now available DRM-free, only on

His name is synonymous with adventure.

It also happened to be the name of the family dog.

The intrepid archeologist returns to keep precious artifacts away from the grubby mitts of nasty men. This time, his troubles begin in 1947, when his old flame Sophia Hapgood tells him about suspicious Soviet activity in the ruins of Babylon. Could they really be looking to re-assemble a machine so powerful that it can threaten the tenuous world balance established after WWII?
Indy will jump, swing, and grumble about snakes in an unforgettable action/adventure that perfectly captured the feeling of the iconic films.
Randalator: Um, copyrights issues? This isn't China.
What isn't China? You do realize some users are from China, right? This is an imaginary space in the world where we can all interact. It's not a physical space at all, except for the servers. But then those aren't necessarily centralized either (Though, knowing GOG, they probably bought servers all over the world but made them move to Warsaw, Poland before GOG could make use of them).