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Monte Carlo is an area of Monaco.
It also had a casino.
- R. Aubergine
- R. Bearnaise
- R. Framboise
- R. Hollandaise
- R. Lumiere
- R. Montgolfier
- R. Piccard
- R. des Regles du Jeu
- Rue Sans Nom
- R. Truffaut
- R. Voltaire
- Avenue de la Vache
- Avenue Renoir
- Boulevard Napoleon
- Avenue Victor Hugo
- Avenue Milles Bournes
- Boulevard des Guerres des Etoiles
- Avenue Eclair
- Avenue Descartes
- Avenue des Briques Jaunes
Behind the scenesEdit
The events of Monte Carlo in Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis diverse greatly among the various sources.
In the adventure game, Indy will visit Trottier either by himself or with Sophia Hapgood. In the Wits path, a car chase will occur in the city streets and then, Indy will have to check the drainages for the Sunstone.
In that particular sequence, the player navigates a map of Monte Carlo; the streets are named in alphabetical order and generally refer to French personalities, pop culture, or food and drink elements. The game files also reveal an "Avenue des Trois Bois" which however doesn't appear in the final game. "Trois bois" translates as "three woods" in French, possibly a reference to Guybrush Threepwood.
Monte Carlo is also the first level of Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game which occurs in a casino (which doesn't appear anywhere else), pursued by Nazis.
In the comic adaptation, Monte Carlo is not visited by Indiana Jones at all.
- Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis
- Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis comic
- Indiana Jones and the Fate of Atlantis: The Action Game