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The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones: Revolution is an educational game that accompanies the first volume of the DVD set of The Adventures of Young Indiana Jones. It appears on Disc 12 of Volume 1.

Official summary[]

In this educational game based on Spring Break Adventure, you guide Young Indy and his cousin Frank through the southern U.S. along the Mexican border. Educational as well as entertaining, this game presents challenges, riddles and puzzles that are best answered by your knowledge of the historical facts and figures contained within.


The game uses a point-and-click interface to guide the player through different animated scenes, retracing and expanding on the steps of Indiana Jones in the latter part of Spring Break Adventure - from his aunt's ranch to Jones' decision to leave the Mexican Revolution. It also uses clips from the film, switching from an animated style to video clips and back.

As Indy, the character is given the opportunity to purchase supplies and manage food, water and health during the journey. Some types of items can be found, bought, or traded for. Money can also be found, traded for or earned through playing blackjack. Conversations provide different dialog options, and at times, a trivia question is asked. Answers can be found in the in-game guide book, and getting trivia questions right will unlock twenty different "Indy cards". After joining with Pancho Villa, Indy will be forced into some gun battles against US soldiers. These encounters are played by using the mouse to target enemies. During the journey, choices will be presented to the player - usually for the choice of route to be taken, which may result in different events happening. A simple mouse-dragging puzzle is used once, to help wire the train before the raid on Ciudad Guerrero. The game ends with a slideshow on Pancho Villa, John J. Pershing, William Randolph Hearst, the Mexican Revolution, and the opportunity to view the collected "Indy cards" and print out three different images to color.

Unfortunately, the game design is not always easy to understand. Indy can die while on the road, and it is not often clear why he died (injuries, lack of water, etc.). Further, after Indy dies, the player has to quit the game and restart it in order to play again. The game automatically saves the player's progress, so playing again after a death will restart the player at the last save point - giving no chance to go further back to a previous save point, or backtrack within the game. The opportunity to trade items with other characters only happens once per each scene.


The game was produced by LucasArts, and developed by Riverdeep and Asylum Entertainment, with assistance from Skywalker Sound and Lucasfilm.




  • Belize (Mentioned only)
  • Canada (Mentioned only)
  • France (Mentioned only)
  • Germany (Mentioned only)
  • Guatemala (Mentioned only)
  • Mexico
    • Chihuahua state (Mentioned only)
      • Chihuahua
    • Coahuila (Mentioned only)
      • Parras (Mentioned only)
    • Demetrios' storehouse
    • Durango (Mentioned only)
    • Guerrero
      • Acapulco (Mentioned only)
      • Chilpaneingo (Mentioned only)
      • Ciudad Guerrero
      • Iguala (Mentioned only)
      • Taxco (Mentioned only)
    • Jalisco (Mentioned only)
    • México (Mentioned only)
    • Mexico City (Mentioned only)
    • Michoacàn (Mentioned only)
    • Morelos (Mentioned only)
    • Oaxaca (Mentioned only)
    • Puebla (Mentioned only)
    • Rio Bravo del Norte (Mentioned only)
    • Sierra Madre Mountains (Mentioned only)
    • Sinaloa (Mentioned only)
    • Sonora (Mentioned only)
    • Veracruz (Mentioned only)
    • William Randolph Hearst's hacienda
  • Pacific Ocean (Mentioned only)
  • Spain (Mentioned only)
  • Stockholm (Mentioned only)
  • United States of America


  • American Civil War (Mentioned only)
  • Battle of the Little Big Horn (Mentioned only)
  • Boer War (Mentioned only)
  • Mexican-American War (Mentioned only)
  • Mexican Revolution
  • Pueblo Revolt (Mentioned only)
  • Spanish-American War (Mentioned only)
  • Treaty of Guadalupe Hidalgo (Mentioned only)
  • World War I (Mentioned only)


  • Aztec (Mentioned only)
  • Black Widow
  • Chicken
  • Cosmopolitan
  • Duck (Mentioned only)
  • Dynamite
  • Fish
  • Harper's Bazaar (Mentioned only)
  • Hearst Corporation
  • Horse
  • Bullwhip
  • Maine (ship) (Mentioned only)
  • Mexitili (Mentioned only)
  • Mule (Mentioned only)
  • Native American (Mentioned only)
    • Pueblos (Mentioned only)
  • Olympics (Mentioned only)
  • San Francisco Examiner (Mentioned only)
  • Snake
    • Viper family
      • Rattlesnake
        • Guerreran Pygmy rattlesnake (Mentioned only)
        • Mexican Dusky rattlesnake (Mentioned only)
  • Worm (Mentioned only)

Behind the scenes[]


  • Indiana Jones is portrayed as blonde in the animated style of the game.
  • Jones keeps a diary in the game, which incorrectly states that the year is 1911.
  • In Spring Break Adventure, Demetrios is referred to only by nickname, "Claw", while here he is identified as "Demetrius" (misspelled).
  • Columbus is simply referred to as Border Town on the map, though a character in the town calls it Columbus.

External links[]

Indiana Jones video games
Raiders of the Lost Ark · Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Action Game · The Graphic Adventure · Taito game
Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull: Mobile game · Didj game
Film series: Indiana Jones' Greatest Adventures · Cancelled trilogy adaptation
Young Indiana Jones
Chronicles · Revolution · Special Delivery · Hunting for Treasure · Cancelled IBM game
LEGO Indiana Jones
Console: The Original Adventures · The Adventure Continues
Desktop: Indiana Jones Adventures · Shanghai Chase
Mobile Adventure
Original stories
Indiana Jones in the Lost Kingdom · Indiana Jones in Revenge of the Ancients
Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game · The Graphic Adventure
Instruments of Chaos starring Young Indiana Jones · Indiana Jones and his Desktop Adventures
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine · Indiana Jones and the Emperor's Tomb
Indiana Jones and the Staff of Kings (Scavenger Hunt) · Indiana Jones and the Lost Puzzles
Indiana Jones Adventure World · The Gifts of Mara
Indiana Jones and the Great Circle
Cancelled: Young Indiana Jones at the World's Fair · Iron Phoenix · Spear of Destiny
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