Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Action Game is a multiplatform action-platformer released on various home computers, as well as the NES, Sega Master System, Sega Game Gear, Nintendo Game Boy, and Sega Genesis. Most versions were developed by Tiertex and published by US Gold.
The games follow the general plot of the movie, starting with Indiana Jones's recovery of the Cross of Coronado in Utah (though most depict these levels as an adult Indiana, rather than the teenaged Indiana shown in the movie's intro) and then progresses across Venice, Austria, and finally the Hatay region of Turkey. Levels are depicted in a traditional 2D side-scrolling style, usually filled with traps and goons for Indy to fight with his fists or his whip. The console versions of the game have some distinctive features and levels, though all play roughly the same.
This game is not to be confused with another Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade game for NES, developed by Software Creations and Taito in 1991, which featured a branching mission structure and some mild puzzles. It is also distinct from Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade: The Graphic Adventure released around the same time, which was one of the earliest adventure games to be made with LucasArts's SCUMM engine.