Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure


Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure

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Williams Electronic Games, Inc. (United States)

August 1st, 1993

12716 units

Indiana Jones: The Pinball Adventure on the IPSND.

Main details

Williams WPC (DCS)
4 player game

Dot Matrix

wide body






Popularity and ranking

This machine has been rated by 1092 users and currently ranks #20 in the Top 100

Playfield details


Noteworthy features

  • Path of adventure: a long-shaped mini-playfield, It has the idea of a roll down game, the player has to steer the ball by tilting the mini-playfield left and right with the flipper buttons.
  • Two airplanes recreate the dogfight scene.
  • Idol ball lock.


  • Indiana Jones was the first pinball game to use Williams' Digital Compression System (DCS) sound system. Pat Lawlor's Twilight Zone was originally planned to be the first to use the new sound system.

Backbox ornament(s)

It is unknown wether any backbox ornaments were available for this machine.

Video mode

A gunfight at the raven bar - move a crosshair left and right over the screen trying to shoot the bad guys. Escape in the mine cart - Move the mine cart left and right through the tunnels, steering for the open tunnels and avoiding the closed ones. Choose Wisely shell game - Select the correct Holy Grail.

Latest software version

L-7, November 22, 1993

Click here to view the changelog.

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