Forum Goon Welly started off the fun with this:

"A good friend of mine sent me this wav a while ago that I thought I'd share, he basically used all the sound files from the Indiana Jones & The Fate of Atlantis voice pack to make..... well... this."

This being a pretty funny, but ribald mix of audio clips from the game. He then posted another audio clip in the same vein of humor from Grim Fandango.

As the great Mel Brooks once said, "I've been accused of vulgarity. I say that's bullshit." So keeping that in mind, we share these clips with you, the readers. Enjoy.


Published in 1992 by U.S.Gold and developed by Lucas Arts, Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis was an Action/Adventure sort of game that allowed you to point and click on things allowing you to pick up items and use them later in puzzle like situations.

Here is the "edited" sound file. Right click, save as.

Winner of many "best adventure game of 1998" awards, Grim Fandango was similar in gameplay to the Indiana game described above. However, it was set as an afterlife adventure described as, "a homage to Mexican folklore with a film noir twist."

Here is the "edited" sound file. Right click, save as.

Pretty simple Goldmine this week. Thanks again to MC Ron, Welly, Turkish and Bastard. I'm heading to Vegas this weekend. Meet me there, I'll buy you a drink. Peace!

– Ryan "OMGWTFBBQ" Adams

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