Video Game: Indiana Jones And The Infernal Machine
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine is a 3D action-platformer game based on the Indiana Jones film series, developed for the PC by LucasArts and published in November 1999. Ports were subsequently developed by Factor 5 and HotGen for the Nintendo 64 and Gameboy Color respectively.
Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine provides examples of:
Abnormal Ammo: There's a cheat that makes your bazooka fire rubber chickens.
All The Worlds Are A Stage: There are sections of the Aetherium that revisit past locations, and items found there are used in the boss fight.
Chase Scene: Indy chasing after Volodnikov in a Benny Hill-esque fashion in the Nub's Tomb level, much like chasing a chicken. Blocking a path with a mid-sized statue is all it takes to trap Volodnikov.
Book Worm: Volodnikov, according to Turner. Later proven right when Indy discovers an elevator under the ruins of Babylon, confirming Turner's claims.
Brick Joke: The climax of the Return To Peru level. Indy retrieves an incredibly more valuable and ornated golden idol, much like the one René Belloq stole from him. Due to how elaborate its traps were this time, it is suspected Belloq's idol might have been nothing but a decoy.
Call Back: The secret level, Return to Peru, is exactly what it means. Indy returns to the location where the first movie began. Also serves as Book Ends, if and only if the player didn't purchase the Secret Map; in which case, the level will take place after the end, and will feature closing credits.
Easily Forgiven: Volodnikov. Indy doesn't seem to have too many objections to him sending hordes of mooks to kill him in the end, and they all go out for vodka after Indy (truthfully) denies meeting God in the Aetherium.
Follow the Leader: The game doesn't even try hiding its inspirations from the old-school Tomb Raider games. Some may even argue that The Infernal Machine is a better follow-up to Tomb Raider III than The Last Revelation, which came out virtually at the same time.
Plot Hole: Marduk, in and out. His hostile behavior, incentive, and desire to lure the Babylonians into building a portal for him to invade Earth, a realm whose atmosphere is lethal to him, are never explained nor justified.
Obvious Beta: The N64 version. One of the most memorable glitches had to be the fact that in one level, when you tried to drop into a cave since access seemed impossible, when Indy fell in the water and you tried to resurface, he just swam through the air. Effective for getting in the cave, but he just drowned.