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  • Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues Disc Only
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  • Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues Disc Only
  • Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues Disc and generic black case
  • Front cover view of Lego Indiana Jones 2 The Adventure Continues for Wii

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Lego Indiana Jones 2: The Adventure Continues - Wii

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The Adventure Continues lets the player control a Lego figure in areas related to movie scenes and situations. Each movie is broken down into five levels, with the exception of Kingdom of the Crystal Skull, which was divided into three chapters with five levels each. The movies would also include a level that would have the player defeat a certain number of various enemies to complete the level. The vehicle levels involved the player using their vehicle to destroy enemy vehicles. The last level of each movie would consist of a major boss battle, where the player would need to defeat the movies' main antagonist. All versions of Lego Indiana Jones 2 include a level creator where players can create their own levels and objects. Two-player co-op mode has been enhanced with split-screen; rather than forcing both characters to always be close enough to fit on the same screen, the game will seamlessly split when characters wander apart and merge into one screen when both players are near each other. The hub has also been redesigned; where before each hub was a small area with easy access to levels which had been unlocked, now each hub is a large area in which entrances to levels must be discovered.