Lego indiana jones sets

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The second game in the series, aptly titled LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, was developed by Traveller's Tales and published by LucasArts for Windows PC, Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, and Nintendo Wii. Feral Interactive produced the Macintosh version, and there are also portable versions for the Sony PSP and Nintendo DS.*

This exciting, family-friendly game follows Indy's adventures in the most recent film, Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, but also includes scenes from the first three movies that weren't covered in the first LEGO Indy game. The main focus is still on exploration, treasure hunting and artifact collecting—with a little light combat, LEGO style. Players can still adventure alone or with a buddy, but rather than taking a linear path through each story, the game has "hubs" based on the various films. There's also a Creator hub where gamers can customize characters and create their own playable levels.

My detailed visual walkthrough is designed for players of all ages. Advanced players can follow the text. Beginning readers will find dozens of helpful screenshots for each level. I encourage parents and older siblings to play co-op with younger kids and enjoy Indy's adventures together.

For additional details, including more game features and PC system specifications, please visit the official LucasArts site.

*The PSP and Nintendo DS versions differ from the "big" game and are not covered on this site yet. (Check the PSP/DS page for a good walkthrough link.) The portable game focuses entirely on the Crystal Skull storyline and does not include the Level Builder.

LEGO Indiana Jones 2 is built around seven hubs, known in the LEGO world as playsets. Only one playset, Kingdom of the Crystal Skull Part 1, is accessible at the start. You'll unlock the others as you progress. Playsets that are still locked appear as plain wooden crates in the main menu.

For details on navigating the Playset Menus, see the Controls and Menus page.

Each hub or playset has a large, open area to explore. Here you'll find the entrances to all the levels in that chapter, as well as plenty of hidden goodies and mini-games. The Creator playset includes tools to make your own Indiana Jones adventures. It is covered in a separate section.

There are four types of levels in each playset: Story, Treasure, Bonus and Super Bonus. Each type presents different challenges and rewards.

STORY LEVELS – There are 5 Story Levels in each playset. Each has a physical entrance—such as a door, a cave opening, etc.—in the hub map. The entrance to the next unplayed Story Level is almost always marked by a big green arrow. If you're having trouble figuring out where to go, check the hub maps and/or walkthroughs.

TREASURE LEVELS – Each playset also has 5 Treasure Levels. Completing a Story Level unlocks the corresponding Treasure Level. They usually share the same location on the hub map, but Treasure Level entrances are marked with gold arrows.

Most Treasure Levels require characters with special skills or equipment, which you may not have right away. If you enter a Treasure Level and see a message on screen telling you that different characters are needed, just exit and return later with those characters once you've unlocked them.

The ultimate goal of each Treasure Level is to obtain a golden treasure chest, which are called Artifacts in the game. Collecting all of these Artifacts, plus the ones in the Bonus Levels, unlocks the Super Bonus Level in each hub.

BONUS LEVELS – Each playset also includes 5 Bonus Levels. The entrances are usually hidden or reachable only by characters with certain abilities. Once inside a Bonus Level, however, you'll automatically control the characters needed to complete it. Bonus Levels are set up like obstacle courses with a series of puzzles, traps and challenges, and an Artifact as the reward at the end.

SUPER BONUS LEVELS – There is only one Super Bonus Level in each playset. To enter you must first find all 10 Artifacts in that hub, by completing the 5 Treasure and 5 Bonus Levels.

Inside, a Super Bonus Level looks like giant LEGO playset, with roads, houses, trees, vehicles and more. The goal is to speed around smashing everything in sight until you've collected 1 million studs. There's no time limit, but you can compete against your friends or try to beat your own previous record. When you finish and return to the hub map, you can use the studs you've earned to purchase Characters, Vehicles and Extras.

REPLAYING LEVELS: Because the Story and Treasure Level entrances are the same, if you want to replay a Story Level before completing the corresponding Treasure Level—for example, to try again for "True Adventurer"—you'll need to load it through the Playset Menu. Once you've beaten both the Story and Treasure Levels, you can access either through the Playset Menu or the entrance on the hub map. (You'll notice the arrow indicator in the hub now cycles between green and gold.)

To replay a Bonus Level, either enter it again from the hub map or select it in the Playset Menu. After you've completed one Super Bonus Level, you'll unlock the Super Bonus Level playset in the main menu. You'll then be able to replay any completed Super Bonus Level through the playset or by re-entering it on the hub map.

When you've unlocked the Creator playset, you can also use the Quick Play feature there to replay any level.

What would a LEGO game be without goodies to collect? LEGO Indiana Jones 2 includes some of the same items as the previous game, plus some new ones. All are described below. To check your progress, just press Pause/Escape. This brings up the pause menu and displays the important items you've found so far.

STUDS – Most objects in the game world release studs when smashed. The counters at the top left corner of the screen shows how many studs you've collected so far in the current level. In a co-op game, the stud counter for Player 2 is at the top right. When exploring the hub maps, the counter shows the total number of studs you've collected in the game.

There are various types of LEGO Studs, each with a different value: Silver: 10, Gold: 100, Blue: 1,000 and Purple: 10,000. Purple studs are more common in LEGO Indiana Jones 2 than in the first game, so I haven't noted the locations of every single one in the walkthrough. I do mention the purple studs that may be more difficult to find.

Studs are used to purchase new Characters, Vehicles and Extras.

LEGO Stud-finding Tips:

  • Smash everything in sight. Most LEGO objects can be destroyed to release studs.
  • Each time your character dies, you lose a few studs. In single-player mode, you can sometimes avoid this by quickly pressing Free Tag to switch to the other character before the first character shatters.
  • Finding colored bricks (below) allows you to unlock treasure multipliers. When activated, these make each LEGO stud worth 2, 3, 4, 6, 8 or 10 times its normal value. These multipliers can even be combined. (See Colored Bricks and Extras for details.)

True Adventurer in Doom Town

"True Adventurer" status can be achieved in each level by collecting a certain number of studs. The exact number varies for each level and is included in the walkthrough. The yellow stud meter at the bottom of the screen shows your progress. Once you've collected enough studs and filled that meter, the words "True Adventurer" flash across the screen. The meter then remains full even if you subsequently lose some studs. Getting True Adventurer for all levels is one factor in achieving 100% completion.

HEARTS – Some objects and enemies release hearts when they are destroyed. Hearts restore your character's health when you pick them up.

ARTIFACTS – Each time you complete a Treasure or Bonus Level, you earn an Artifact. These Artifacts are collected in a special location on the hub map. When you've obtained all 10 Artifacts in that hub, you can smash them and use the pieces to build a huge model, which then becomes the entrance to the Super Bonus Level.

COLORED BRICKS – Each hub map includes 30 hidden LEGO bricks—10 red, 10 green and 10 blue. When you've located all of the bricks of one color, a package drops from the sky. These packages contain various Extras—things like special abilities and treasure multipliers—which you can purchase using the studs you've collected. For details, see the hub walkthroughs and the Extras page.

CHARACTERS & VEHICLES – You start each hub with just a few characters and no vehicles but unlock more as you progress. Once you locate a new character or vehicle, you must use the studs you've earned to purchase them before they can be used. See the Characters and Vehicles pages for details.

Indy uses his trusty bullwhip

Indy can use his whip as a lasso. WEAPONS - In addition to Indy's trusty whip you'll also control characters with other weapons. Occasionally you'll be able to pick up weapons dropped by defeated enemies. These include spears, swords, pistols, machine guns, grenades and even bazookas. When an enemy drops his weapon, you'll need to move fast to pick it up before it disappears. Borrowed weapons last for just a limited time. Once they've been thrown or run out of ammo, they disappear.

In LEGO Indiana Jones 2, characters can carry more than one object at a time, although this is limited to each character's default tool or weapon and two additional items. Picking up a fourth object will cause the character to drop one of the items he's carrying. To switch between fists, weapon and any other object a character may be holding, tap the Use button. If you need to carry additional objects, have the second playable character do it.

Using Weapons:

  • Fists/Tools – Every character has some kind of basic attack. Usually it's hand-to-hand combat but some characters have tools, such as shovels or wrenches, that they use as weapons. To attack with fists or tools, just stand close to the enemy or object you want to hit and press the Attack button.
  • Whip – Indy can use his fists or whip. When Indy is close to an enemy, press the Attack button to punch. To use the whip, stand a little distance away from the enemy and press Attack. Or, hold the Attack button to bring up the targeting reticule. Use the control stick or direction keys to center the reticule on a particular enemy. Then release the Attack button to make Indy tie up his foe. You can then hit the immobilized enemy or drag him along the ground. Or, move in close and press Use to pick him up and Use again to drop him where you want him.
  • Sword/Spear – These weapons can be used in close combat, by pressing the Attack button, or as projectiles. To throw a spear or sword at a distant target, such as a rope that needs to be cut, face the target and hold the Attack button until the targeting reticule appears. Aim with control stick or direction keys and release the Attack button to throw.
  • Gun/Crossbow – Face the target and press the Attack button to shoot. Or, if there is a particular object that can be targeted, face it, hold the Attack button until the targeting reticule appears, aim and then release Attack to fire.
  • Grenade/Bazooka/Rocket Launcher – Aiming works the same as for other weapons; however, grenades, bazookas and rockets are powerful enough to destroy multiple enemies or blow up shiny, metal objects found in some areas.

TOOLS, KEYS & MISCELLANEOUS ITEMS - Some characters have abilities that allow them to do specialized tasks, but even characters without special abilities can sometimes do these things if they have the right tools. The list below tells what various tools and objects do. See the Characters page for more info on Special Abilities.

  • Whip – Indy's weapon can also be used to grapple and pull certain objects and to swing across gaps. These actions are covered by in-game tutorials and in the walkthrough for the 1st Story Level, Hangar Havoc.
  • Shovel, Wrench & Book – These objects allow characters to dig, repair machinery and translate ancient hieroglyphs, respectively. These skills are covered in detail on the Characters page.
  • Key – Golden keys are used to operate crank mechanisms that open doors, raise bridges, etc. Keys are usually well hidden. So if you find a mechanism that doesn't work, try looking for a key.
  • Torch – No character comes equipped with a torch. So if you need one, you'll always find it somewhere nearby. Torches are used to light dynamite fuses, set flammable objects on fire and repel pests like snakes.
  • Banana – You'll only find bananas in a few areas, but they can be very useful. When you encounter a monkey, look for bananas nearby. Grab one and throw it to the monkey (aim as you would with a weapon, above) and the monkey will often give you something you need, such as a key or tool.
  • Bricks, Blocks & Other LEGO Parts – As you'd expect in a LEGO game, there are lots of objects you can build, plus a variety of vehicles and critters your characters can ride. These come in a few basic types:
    • Brick Piles – When you see a jiggling pile of LEGO bricks, stand close and hold the Use button to build. The finished object is usually something you can use or add to an existing structure. Or it may be something you need to break to get its contents.
    • Parts, Pads & Panels – Whenever you see a flat, green LEGO plate or panel, you'll need to find another LEGO object to place there.
    • Vehicles – The game includes numerous vehicles. Some must be purchased with studs before you can drive them. To use a working vehicle, hop in (by standing close and pressing Free Tag). Then just steer with the direction keys or left stick. Press Use to back up. The Vehicles page includes specifics, and you'll find more info in the Vehicles section of each hub walkthrough.
    • Animals – A few LEGO animals (elephants, horses, etc.) can be ridden. Get on by standing close and pressing Free Tag. Steer with direction keys or stick.

    Several feats are required in order to achieve 100% completion. For details and tips, check out the Xbox 360 Achievements or PlayStation 3 Trophies page. Even if you're not playing one of these versions, the suggestions under the "No defiant last words Dr. Jones?" achievement/trophy should help. Here's a summary:

    • Complete all 5 Story, 5 Treasure and 5 Bonus Levels in each of the 6 main playsets.
    • Unlock and complete the Super Bonus Level for each playset (6 in all).
    • Earn True Adventurer status on all levels.
    • Unlock all characters.
    • Unlock all vehicles.
    • Find all red, green and blue bricks.
    • Purchase all Extras.
    • Complete the Creator playset to 100%.

    The LEGO Indiana Jones products are a group of sixteen playsets, ten of which are based on the original trilogy of films and six are based on Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull. Two video games were released based on the sets: LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures and its sequel LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues.

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    Name Product Number
    Indiana Jones Motorcycle Chase 7620
    Indiana Jones and the Lost Tomb 7621
    Race For the Stolen Treasure 7622
    Temple Escape 7623
    Fight on the Flying Wing (2009) 7683
    Shanghai Chase (2009) 7682
    Ambush in Cairo (Summer 2009) 7195
    Venice Canal Chase (Summer 2009) 7197
    Fighter Plane Attack (Summer 2009) 7198
    Temple of Doom (Summer 2009) 7199

    There are also six other sets based on the fourth movie.

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    Name Product Number
    Chauchilla Cemetery Battle 7196
    Jungle Duel 7624
    River Chase 7625
    Jungle Cutter 7626
    Temple of the Crystal Skull 7627
    Peril in Peru (Limited Edition) 7628
    Indy's Jungle Cruiser (Brickmasters exclusive) 20004


    Raiders/Crusade [ ]

    • The first set, Motorcycle Chase, includes Indy, Henry Jones Sr. and a "German" guard, with two motorcycles (one with a side car) a small post, some boxes, and a flag pole. While the Indiana and Prof. Jones Sr. are as they are in the film there is no guard in the post and the Enemy Biker is in the Desert soldier uniform, not the dark green uniform seen in the film.
    • Strangely, the Well of Souls is named the Lost Tomb, though it was not a tomb at all. It includes Indy and Marion, snakes, and breakable walls.
    • The next set, Race for the Stolen Treasure, includes three "German" guards, a cargo truck, a jeep, Indy, a horse and a golden chest as the ark. Strangely, there is only one driver of the jeep, and neither Gobler or his Lieutenant are featured.
    • The final set, Temple Escape, is based on the iconic Peruvian temple with the famous rolling boulder. Also included are Indy, Satipo, Belloq, Jock the pilot with a plane, and skeletons.

    2009 Previews [ ]

    • Fight on the Flying Wing: The German flying wing intended to take the Ark out of Egypt is re-created, with Indy, Marion, German Boxer, and Pilot minifigures. Also includes fuel tanker.
    • Shanghai Chase: The pursuit through the Shanghai streets can be re-created, with all-new minifigures such as Willie, Short Round, Lao Che, and Indy in the nightclub suit. Includes two vehicles.

    Crystal Skull [ ]

    The sets from the the fourth movie are the River Chase which involves Indy, Marion, and an amphibious vehicle. It also includes a boat, a new dark green crocodile and tree outpost. The Jungle Duel is between Mutt and Spalko as Indy battles "giant ants near the breakable table, food supplies and tent". Indy and Mutt are near the entrance to a skull-like cave while evading a soldier in a Jungle Cutter and Colonel Dovchenko, and Indy has a bazooka to stop it in its tracks. The climax of the film in the Temple of the Crystal Skull includes many tricks, traps, and playability. Indy and Mutt must solve the puzzles of the temple before Spalko does. The final set, Peril in Peru, includes a few Russian vehicles, a captured Indy, Mutt, Spalko, Dovchenko and Russian soldier, as well as another eerie crystal skull!

    The Brickmaster set includes Indy and a small green jeep-like car. And the last set which is unkown and was a special prize at comic-con includes a hill, some natives, Indiana jones, and his jungle cruiser. The hill has a giant skull on it with a jewel on its forehead.

    2009 Summer Sets [ ]

    Five new Lego Indiana Jones sets were released in the summer of 2009: 7195 Ambush in Cairo from Raiders of the Lost Ark which includes Indiana Jones without jacket (only shirt), Marion Ravenwood with the dress she wore in Cairo, a ninja in white clothing with a machine gun, a swordsman in black clothing with a sword, a fruit shop, a wagon and a basket.

    7196 Chauchilla Cemetery Battle from the fourth movie which includes Indiana Jones, Mutt Williams, A Conquistador Skeleton, 2 Chauchilla Warriors, the cemetery, a scorpion, a golden treasure chest and a Crystal Skull.

    7197 Venice Canal Chase from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade which includes Indiana Jones in a suit with red tie, Elsa Schneider, 2 Grail Guardians with fezes, two boats and a dock.

    7198 Fighter Plane Attack which includes Indiana Jones, Henry Walton Jones, Sr., a german pilot and 2 planes.

    7199 Temple of Doom from Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom which includes Indiana Jones without jacket (only shirt), Short Round, Willie Scott in her temple dress, Mola Ram, 2 thugs, a long track with 2 carts, Sankara Stones, Lava and more.

    The average lifespan of a Indiana Jones set is 14 months where 7623 Temple Escape had the longest lifespan of 22 months.

    Community Stats

    About LEGO Indiana Jones

    Indiana Jones consists of 18 sets that ran from 2008 to 2009. Most sets were released in 2008 which accounted for 11 sets. It is comprised of 4 subthemes with the most sets in Kingdom of the Crystal Skull which consists of 8 sets and has an annual growth of around 8.7%. As of today, the average annual growth of all the sets in Indiana Jones is around 9.9% per year. The current value of all sets in new/factory sealed condtion is 5 506,12 €.

    Most valuable LEGO Indiana Jones set
    San Diego Comic-Con 2008 BrickMaster - 1 709,03 €

    Highest growth Indiana Jones set
    7623 Temple Escape - 1231.51%

    Largest LEGO Indiana Jones set
    7627 Temple of the Crystal Skull - 929 pieces

    The LEGO Indiana Jones theme was released in 2008 and contained sets based on the Lucasfilm movies Indiana Jones. Each of the four Indiana Jones movies is its own subtheme and has at least two LEGO sets and all feature Indiana Jones searching for some priceless relic. The movies include Raiders of the Lost Ark, Temple of Doom, and The Last Crusade. The development of the Indiana Jones Lego theme followed a similar process to other Lego themes, with sets being designed by LEGO's team of designers in Billund, in consultation with franchise owner Lucasfilm. The theme also features in a video game series, Lego Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures based on the original trilogy. The theme was discontinued in 2009. The Indiana Jones sets proved to be one of the most popular LEGO themes.

    Kingdom of the Crystal Skull
    The LEGO Kingdom of the Crystal Skull was a subtheme of LEGO Indiana Jones and contained sets based on the movie Indiana Jones and the Kingdom of the Crystal Skull.

    Last Crusade
    The LEGO Last Crusade was a subtheme of LEGO Indiana Jones and contained sets based on the movie Kingdom of the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade.

    Raiders of the Lost Ark
    The LEGO Raiders of the Lost Ark was a subtheme of LEGO Indiana Jones and contained sets based on the movie Raiders of the Lost Ark

    Temple of Doom
    The LEGO Temple of Doom was a subtheme of LEGO Indiana Jones and contained sets based on the movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom.


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    Indiana Jones is a minifigure released in 2008 as the lead character of the Indiana Jones Theme. Indiana Jones is both a professor and adventurer. He usually wears a fedora, carries a shoulder bag, and his most commonly used weapon is a whip. He is the second Minifigure portrayed by Harrison Ford, the other being Han Solo, who he appeared with in the Han Solo/Indiana Jones Transformation Chamber.


    Description [ edit ]

    Variations [ edit ]

    Regular [ edit ]

    Indy's normal version, which is the variation used in fourteen of the twenty sets in which he appears has tan pants, a dark brown torso and hat, and a regular flesh-coloured face. His legs are printed with two belts, one normal one printed in his hips, and another with a holster printed on it, that hangs lower on his legs. His torso is mainly printed with a dark brown jacket, but has a white shirt printed in it's midsection. His face is printed with reddish-brown stubble, and he has a confident expression. His eyes are black, and his eyebrows reddish-brown. He wears a reddish-brown fedora.

    Regular With Open-Mouthed Grin [ edit ]

    This version of Indy is exactly the same as the traditional version described above, except, instead of his usual calmly confident expression, this variant features a grinning expression.
    This variant appears in only one set, 7196 Chauchilla Cemetery Battle. The face was reused for a Hoth Rebel Trooper in the 75014 Battle of Hoth.

    Desert [ edit ]

    The Desert version of Indy, which only appears in the set 7195 Ambush In Cairo, is identical to the regular variation, except for his unique torso.
    It is a light tan colour, with nougat hands. The piece is printed with a jacket design, and is printed with buttons, pockets, and a collar. Near the top of his torso is an unbuttoned area of the jacket, showing the top of Indy's chest.

    Desert (Kali) [ edit ]

    This version of Indy is nearly the same as the desert version only in the video game, it is unbuttoned farther. His torso is identical to that of the desert version, except for his right arm, which is completely nougat-coloured. His face is also different, and is, in fact, the same face that appeared on the Regular version of Indy with the open-mouthed grin. This variation is exclusive to the set 7199 The Temple of Doom.

    Tuxedo [ edit ]

    This version of Indy, which appears only in the set 7682 Shanghai Chase, represents how he appeared in the first scene of the movie Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom
    He has pure black legs, and a primarily white torso. It has nougat hands, and is printed with a black shirt and a white jacket, with a flower in the buttonhole. He is also wearing a black bow tie. His face is the usual part seen in most of his variations, and he has normal brown hair.

    Grey Suit [ edit ]

    7197 Venice Canal Chase is the only set to contain this rare version of Indy, which depicts him wearing grey suit not seen anywhere else.
    The minifigure has grey legs, and a mostly grey torso that depicts a grey jacket, a white shirt, and a dark brown tie, and Indy's usual head. Like the tuxedo variant, this version features hair instead of a hat. In the games, when wearing this suit Indy is actually referred to as "Indiana Jones (Professor)" or "Professor Jones Jr." This is because this is the suit he wears at the college in cutscenes.

    Video Game Appearance [ edit ]

    In LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures [ edit ]

    In LEGO Indiana Jones: The Original Adventures, Indy appears in several of his physical variants (Regular, Desert, Tuxedo, Grey Suit, Kali) as well as several unique versions not seen in physical sets (Desert Disguise, Army Disguise, Officer). However, none of them exactly match how Indy looks physically, due to a different stubble pattern.

    In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues [ edit ]

    In LEGO Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues, Indy appears in several of his variations.

    In LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga [ edit ]

    In LEGO Star Wars: The Complete Saga, Indiana Jones is an unlockable secret character. He looks much like he regular variant, except for, as in the previous game, a different stubble pattern.

    In LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars [ edit ]

    Indy makes several cameos in LEGO Star Wars III: The Clone Wars. In the game, Indy appears as a Minikit.

    Background [ edit ]

    Dr. Henry Walton Jones Junior, better known by his nickname Indiana Jones (or Indy, for short), is the son of Dr. Henry Walton Jones Sr. He has a son named Mutt Williams and a wife, Marion Ravenwood. Indy is a professor of archaeology at Barnett and Marshall College, and is also a famous adventurer, who has unearthed countless priceless artifacts, such as the Ark of the Covenant and the Holy Grail.

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