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Lego Indiana Jones Game 67: The Hunt for Sir Richard, Free Play, Part 2

Updated on August 26, 2008

You will need to do that all that is required to make an “X” on the floor, but when you go up to the next level up, do something different. Blow up the three silver hatches to the left. You will see Roman Numerals of VII, III, and V. Go ahead and assemble the pads of a moving ladder and go up to the door, as a soldier.

Once admitted, the person will open some folding doors to another room. After you beat up the soldiers in this area, go ahead and destroy some of their equipment. You will then need to assemble these into items that have to be placed on certain areas. Jump on the pad, and you’ll notice the blocks before them will spin. Keep doing this until it reveals a VII, III, and IV.

Go down to the catacombs. You will need to find five skeletons that I will detail here. When you find one, you will see a clip of a skull being turned. That is a good sign. The first is located as you come in at the bottom of the stairs just to your left. Just jump on the lid of the coffin, and the skeleton will pop out. The other coffins will usually have spears.

The second is located as you make the first turn. You will see what looks like a coffin/drawer will an orange handle. Go ahead and pull it out all the way.

The third skeleton comes by praying to the Thugee statue, and it will appear right there.

(Don’t forget to mention how to get rid of the rats by lighting the lamps on the sides.) The fourth one is right after the rat pit, as there is a skeleton in the closet on the right side.

The fifth one is in the room with murky water. Just swim underwater until you are at the bottom, and you will see three gray circles. If all three are pressed down at once, some bars will raise and another skeleton will float to the top.

Feel free to run back and get the Eighth Treasure Chest.

This next move involves going to a lace where pulling on a rope raises two platforms. Go ahead and have Marion jump the rope, and have a shorter character quickly crawl through a crawlspace before the limited opened door shuts. Once up there, the shorter character can go right, and then turn into a shoveler and dig their way down to the lower level. They will land on a switch, which will raise the bars, allowing easy access to the Ninth Treasure Chest.

You will find yourself in the area with the two switches and a coffin, and I’ve already detailed how to get the Treasure Chest here. In case you missed it the first time with that other method, here is one way you can do it. Just push the coffin to the left of the wall, and turn to Marion to jump up to a ledge. Turn to Indy and go to the whipping platform, and there it is.

As for the Tenth Treasure Chest, you will need to be involved in the boat chase. Go to the island on the side where there is a crane that needs to be fixed by a charcter with a wrench. Have one character get in the crane, and then use it to hoist up the other character. Drop off the character as far counter clockwise as you can go, and have this character jump on the box, to the other box, until they reach a higher level here. There will be an area with railing surrounding it, and a character can jump to the raililng to get on the roof. There is a shiny metal manhole cover, and it needs to be blown up. A character can then drop down and get the Tenth Treasure Chest.

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      8 years ago

      III, VII, V

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      9 years ago

      The Roman numbers can differ. My combination was.

      Light lamps by jumping over them with a torch in hand.

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      9 years ago

      There isn't a IV????!!!! it's III,VII,V

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      9 years ago

      There isn't a IV????!!!!


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