- 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
- INPUT DEVICE: Keyboard and mouse required. 8+ Button Gamepad supported
- DIRECTX: Microsoft DirectX 8.1b is included on this CD. You will be prompted to install DirectX during installation of this game if a more recent version isn't already properly installed on your system. 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 1.75 GB 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.
What video cards are supported by Indiana Jones and the Emperors Tomb?
Below is a list of the video cards and chipsets that are supported in the game. To play, you must have a Hardware Transform and Lighting (T&L) capable graphics card. If you do not see your card listed, but you do see a chipset that matches the one used on your card, you should be able to play the game.
NOTE: Some of the following cards will work, but exhibit some issues. When using any of these cards and chipsets, you should be using the latest drivers for your card unless noted below:
- ATI Radeon 7200, Radeon 7500, Radeon 8500, Radeon 9000 PRO, Radeon 9500 PRO, Radeon 9700 PRO
- Matrox Parhelia
- LeadTek WinFast GeForce256/DDR
- Creative 3D Blaster Annihilator Pro 2
- ASUSTeK AGP-v7700 GeForce 2 GTS, V7100 Magic SE, V9180 TD, V8420 Deluxe
- Elsa Gladiac MX
- Jaton 118PCI-64LTV
- e-VGA e-GeForce2 MX 400
- LeadTek WinFast GeForce2 Pro
- VisionTek VisionTek Xtasy 6564
- nVIDIA GeForce 3, GeForce4 MX 420, GeForce4 MX 440, GeForce4 Ti 4600, GeForce4 MX 460, Quadro2 PRO, Quadro4 700 XGL
- Gainward GeForce 4 MX/600 TV Out
- PNY Verto Geforce4 Ti 4200
- MSI G4Ti4600-VT2D8X
- SiS 315, Xabre 400
Low-end Graphics Card Issues
When using a low-end graphics card, you may experience the following issues when playing the game:
- Performance may be slow in some areas.
- You may see flickering graphics.
- Textures may be missing or they may display incorrectly.
- You may experience poor performance or lock ups after selecting any Screen Resolution above 1024x768. If this occurs, we recommend that you select a lower resolution.
Will the program work on a system with an Intel 82845/82865 onboard video card?
The Intel 845/865 chipsets do not meet the minimum requirements to run the program. The program requires a card that supports hardware T&L (Transform and Lighting), and the Intel 845/865 chipsets do not have the required DirectX functionality necessary to run the game.
Should I be using the Full Scene Anti-Aliasing (FSAA) and Anisotropic Filtering options for my graphics card with the game?
Full Scene Anti-Aliasing (FSAA) and Anisotropic Filtering are considered advanced features, which require extra processing power and resources from your graphics cards. These features may adversely affect your framerate if your video card does not have the power to render them.
If you experience low framerates with these features enabled, we recommend that you set Anti-Aliasing to Off in the Video Options menu, and disable Full Scene Anti-Aliasing and Anisotropic Filtering in the Windows Display Properties.