Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Game Free Download & Install Guide

Author: Glenn Scrima

(Please do not copy this guide. However anyone is free to link to this page.)

First Download The Free Game Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade:

Choose from one of the following sites.

Free game download availableMr Old Games : Download Game : Download Instructions

Free game download unavailableAbandonia : Download Game : Download Instructions

Free game download unavailableXTC Abandonware : Download Game : Download Instructions

Free game download unavailableThe House of Games : Download Game : Download Instructions

Next Download & Install the Emulator Dosbox on Windows:

Go To: > Downloads Tab > Click the Windows version (Under the Dosbox category).

Dosbox homepage

Next: Run the downloaded installer file and install Dosbox on your hard drive in the directory C:\Games\Indiana. Simply entering this will create these folders for you.


Next: Open the Games folder then the Indiana folder within it. Locate and then run Dosbox by double clicking on the Dosbox program icon.

Dosbox program

Next: At the the command prompt in Dosbox type "config -writeconf dosbox.conf" and then press the "Enter" key.

Creating Last Crusade game config

Next: Type "exit" to exit Dosbox.

Exit DOS

Now: Locate and right click on the Dosbox config file. Click "open with" and select notepad.

Last Crusade game config

Finally: Scroll to the bottom. We are going to place some text below [autoexec]:

mount c c:\games\indiana

Save and exit the config file when you are finished.

Now Lets Extract The Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade Free Game Download:
First: Right click on the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade game file you downloaded to your hard drive and click on "Extract All".

Indiana Jones Last Crusade game download

Then: Click the "Next" button when the extractor launches. You will be asked where you would like to extract the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade game files, select "C:\Games\Indiana" . When you're done click "Extract" and the Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade game files will begin to extract.

Zip program

"I'm Like a Bad Penny, I Always Turn Up!": 

Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade

Double click on the Dosbox program in the "C:\Games\Indiana" folder and the game Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade will launch, enjoy!

The config file is missing what do I do?
The game won't run on Windows Vista. What should I do?
The game runs sluggish. Is there a way to improve this?
How do I make the game launch in fullscreen mode?
How do I change the amount of RAM available?
How do I mount a hard drive or CD-ROM drive in Dosbox?
How do I change my machine type in Dosbox?
How do I capture a screenshot during gameplay?
I can't download from Abandonia. What should I do?
How do I close or exit Dosbox?


Anonymous said...

You totally rock. I've been wanting to play this game for a long time, and here I found your blog about it and where to download. :)

Glenn said...

Thanks, I always appreciate peoples feedback on new guides and I'm really glad you got it working. I know the feeling of wanting to play an old game and its largely why I made this blog, to let others do the same. Its another Lucas Arts classic for sure.


Anonymous said...

Same thing for me!
Thanks a lot !!!

Daniel said...

I am unable to save new commands to the readme file. My system states to make sure the file name and paths are correct. I do not understand what I am doing wrong? Any suggestion?

Glenn Scrima said...

What operating system are you using?

Anonymous said...


Fantastic, that the game still van be found!
I have a problem... It´s working perfectly, but I have no sound on the game?! (and yes, my speakers are turned on...)
What do I do wrong?

Glenn Scrima said...

Hi, what operating system are you using?


danny said...

hello i have a problem when press to download indiana jones it saids it cant load the page the website saids: you have chosen to download indiana jones and the last crusade to do so press this button

GET IT button when i press that it's unable to find the page can u plz check it again for me my e-mail adress is

Glenn Scrima said...

Hi Danny, it seems that the download server is down at Abandonia. The site is up but none of the games are downloadable right now. It usually is working again withing 24 hours as they are probably just doing work on the site.

-Glenn said...

To Glenn,

Thanks for posting the solutions to some incredible DOS games. Bioforge, Abuse, System Shock, Little Big Adventure, Mission Critical, Crusader No Remorse/No Regret were my era of gaming days (I know you haven't logged them all yet). I also appreciate your liking for Mogwai and Massive Attack in your music profile. Please continue, good folks like you are few and far between, since I need these gaming memories (and the conventional memory to run them these days!). Send me an email if you wish, I'd appreciate some gaming nostalgia...

Glenn Scrima said...

Thanks Bill I really appreciate your compliments. The positive feedback I've been getting when working on the site has kept me going at it knowing that people are getting help and actually seeing what I write. I know what you mean when you say no regrets. I spent a lot of my youth on the computer when I got home from school but it was well worth it. Probably the most memorable games from that period were the Lucas Arts adventure games and the Tex Murphy series. They don't really make games like that nowadays. Although I played Dreamfall recently and have to say that was truly excellent and thankfully it looks like a sequel will be coming. I could swear I recognize your name from somewhere do you frequent any of the retro gaming message boards on other sites on the net by any chance?


Pauline said...

Hi Glenn,

I'm so glad now I found how to play again to my old favourite game! I succeed to install it with the DosBox but I have a problem: I haven't any sound in the game. I'm on XP. What should I do?

Thanks in advance for your help!


Glenn Scrima said...

Hi Pauline, I just did a reinstall on XP on my Dell and it worked fine so I'm thinking it could be a few things. Just to go over some possibilities did you download the game from Abandonia or from another site? Sometimes some sites don't include sound files for bandwidth reasons so this came to mind for me. The other thing that I was thinking is are you using Dosbox 0.72 or an older version? Older versions can sometimes make games run with issues. Other than that though if you are ok on those two things I'd say give the install another shot maybe. Although if the game launched there wouldn't be an error or mistype in the autoexec commands. Did you happen to change any other settings while you where working on the config file. The sound card being shut off by accident could do it but that seems unlikely. Let me know if any of these ideas pan out for you.


jorje said...

hello glenn, i have the same problem as daniel. I cannot save the dosbox command file. I use Windows Vista. Any sollution?

Glenn Scrima said...

Hi Jorje, this is an issue that comes up for some users with Vista. Unfortunately its security settings can get in the way as this wasn't a problem on XP. I have a guide that shows how to get this working (see the link below). I would try both methods in the guide as some people have one work and not the other and vice versa.

Have a great New Year!


Anonymous said...

Glenn, I certainly appreciate all of your help and advice... i've been able to play a lot of games I couldn't beat as a kid growing up, now that there is something called, 'the internet' which allows me to research new methods. One game I never made it to the end on was Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade. Unfortunatly, I cannot get any of the 4 sites you listed to download the game. Am I missing something, or do you know of any other sites or ways to download it for free? Thank you so much, Glenn, for all you have done - Steve S.