"Well hello there! I'm Indiana Jones and I have a few stories to tell you!"―Indiana Jones[src]
The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles was a video game released in 1992 by Jaleco for the Nintendo Entertainment System. Presented as an anthology of stories told by an elderly Indiana Jones, the game begins with a loose adaptation of the "Mexico, March 1916" segment of Young Indiana Jones and the Curse of the Jackal from the television series of the same name before moving on to more original content, much of which is elaborated on in the game's instruction manual.
In this World War I-era epic adventure, you must make your way through 19 levels of intense action to disable the Kaiser's war machine. You'll travel from the remotest deserts of Mexico to the dangers of the Western front to the core of the German headquarters. You'll even get a chance to take to the air for some intense dogfighting...as you take on the worst villains Indy has ever faced. Strap on your guns and get ready to save the world in THE YOUNG INDIANA JONES CHRONICLES.
Afterwards, Indy thanks his audience for being such pleasant company and indulging an old man "...with a few more stories to tell."
- Engineer (First appearance)
- Remy Baudouin
- William Bishop (First appearance)
- German Commander / BattleTank Commander (First appearance)
- Indiana Jones
- Manfred von Richthofen (As "the Red Baron") (First appearance)
- Pancho Villa