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"Only the penitent man will pass."

Join Indy and his father's quest to discover the fabled Holy Grail with Indiana Jones and the Last Crusade™.

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"You will become a true believer!"

Join Indy's adventure to recover the stolen Sankara Stones with the release of Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doom™.

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"Dead Animals Need Love Too!"

Mindy Weaver releases cute and cuddly Skelanimals icons.

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Hollywood Monkey Business

With the release of Peter Jackson's remake of the 1933 classic, don't forget about Dave's Kong freeware icon set.

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Kong! Kong! Kong!

Artist Dave Brasgalla releases his adaptation of King Kong in icon form with this latest freeware release!

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Indiana Jones and the Temple of Doomâ„¢

Icons from Indy's quest to recover the stolen Sankara Stones.

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Skelanimals

Icons based on Mitchell Bernal's cute and creepy Skelanimals.

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Kong

The iconic return of the original King!

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