LucasArts Entertainment Company
Indiana Jones® and The Emperor’s Tomb™ Demo
Thank you for playing Indiana Jones and The Emperor’s Tomb.
We recommend that you read this file to get the most up to date
information about installing, running, and playing the game.
Be sure to check the LucasArts website at www.lucasarts.com for
the very latest information related to The Emperor’s Tomb™.
Operating Systems: Windows 98SE, ME, 2000 or XP required.
Computer: 100% DirectX compatible computer required.
CPU: Pentium III 733 MHz or faster CPU required.
Pentium III 1GHz or faster CPU recommended.
Memory: 128 MB RAM required. 256 MB RAM recommended.
Graphics Card: 32 MB Transform and Lighting (T&L) capable
graphics card required. 64 MB Vertex and Pixel Shader (VS/PS)
capable card recommended
Sound Card: PCI, USB, or Onboard Audio Device required.
CD-ROM: Quad Speed CD-ROM drive required for the full version.
Input Device: Keyboard and mouse required. 10+ Button Gamepad
DirectX: Microsoft DirectX 8.1b or higher must be installed
to play the Indiana Jones and The Emperor’s Tomb Demo. A link
to the Microsoft DirectX page is available at the LucasArts
NOTE: DirectX may require the "latest" updates for your
operating system. This may also include the latest drivers
for your particular motherboard, sound and video hardware.
Installation: Installation requires 350 MB of free hard
drive space. We recommend that you have at least an
additional 200 MB of free space available after installing
the game for the Windows swap/page file and save games.
Video Cards Supported
For a list of supported video cards at the time of release,
please refer to the Troubleshooting Guide
Installing The Emperor’s Tomb Demo
Double-click on IndyDemo.exe. Click on the top button from the
following options and the installer will guide you through the
* Analyze Your Computer
* View Readme
* View Troubleshooting Guide
* Go Back
* Visit www.lucasarts.com
* Configuration Options
* Register Online
* View License Agreement
* Go Back
You will be prompted to choose Automatic or Custom Installation.
Automatic installs The Emperor’s Tomb into the default location
on your hard drive. Choosing Custom install allows you to
change the installation location and add a shortcut to the game on your
desktop. The default install path is C:Program FilesLucasartsIndiana Jones
and The Emperors Tomb Demo.
Running The Emperor’s Tomb Demo
To run the demo, click on your Start Menu, select Programs,
then LucasArts, then Indiana Jones and The Emperor’s Tomb and
click on Play The Emperor’s Tomb Demo. This will bring
up the Launcher screen. Click on Play Indiana Jones and The
Emperor’s Tomb on the launcher and it will begin the game.
We recommend that you do not use CTRL-ESC while playing.
The Emperor’s Tomb console commands are primarily used for
development, testing, and product support purposes. Users
unfamiliar with these console commands should not attempt to
use them, as their use may result in game crashes, corrupted
graphics, and/or a variety of other issues. Console commands
and errors resulting from the use of console commands and/or
cheats are unsupported.
The Emperor’s Tomb Manual Errata/Updates
Using the keyboard, you can slow Indy’s movement to a walk by
pressing and holding down the key while moving in any
It is now possible to turn Indy with the mouse while swimming.
Still hold down the spacebar to swim forward. You can turn with
either the mouse or the normal movement keys.
A player can also use the mouse to climb ropes. The left mouse
button climbs up, and right climbs down.
The user can now access Indy’s inventory using the wheel on a
wheel mouse. Simply spin the wheel to scroll through inventory
items and click the wheel to put the selected item into Indy’s
hand. There is no way to put items away using the mouse wheel.
It is also possible for a user to access inventory using the
number row. Each key of the row has a preset inventory item.
These keys cannot be rebound.
1 - Fists, no item/weapon
2 - Whip
3 - Handguns (revolver, Luger, Masuer)
4 - Blades (machete, Turkish knife)
5 - Machine gun
6 – Spear gun
7 - Grenade
8 - PaCheng
9 – Canteen
If you have an item in Indy’s hand you cannot switch to the
machete or Grenade by pressing 4 or 7. You must put the item
in his hand away first.
Note that these commands do not work with the Numpad, only the
regular keyboard numbers.
In the Display options, you may choose to turn off shadows. This
may help with performance for some less powerful computers.
The following are the default keyboard commands when playing the
game with a game pad.
Game Control Issues
Windows hotkeys are currently still working in the game, but can
cause instability and are not supported. It is strongly advised
that the user not use such Windows commands as +,
+, +, or the Windows key. These commands can
be particularly unstable after the user has changed in-game
It is possible in Indiana Jones and the Emperor’s Tomb to rebind
multiple functions to the same key. While this can be
advantageous, it can also lead to key-maps that make the game
unplayable. If you find that your new key bindings are unplayable,
simply restore the defaults.
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