[I'm not sure if this is the right forum for this, so mods, please feel free to move it to a more suitable forum, and sorry if it is wrongly placed] As you might be aware, the NTSC N64 game Indiana Jones and the Infernal Machine was never released in PAL format, so most European and British gamers never got to play it, which was a shame as (a) it's the only Tomb Raider style game for the N64, and (b) it's supposed to be rather good (aside from some bugs, so be sure to save often!). According to Wikipedia "The [NTSC version] was only released in North America and was exclusive to the Blockbuster chain of stores and the LucasArts Company Store. Electronic Arts planned to release [a PAL version] in Europe, but the title then saw a change of publisher to THQ. Originally scheduled for March 2001, the PAL version became subject to continuous monthly delays and was eventually canceled in September" (Source http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Indiana_Jones_and_the_Infernal_Machine). Fortunately, however, the job of converting the NTSC version to PAL was completed, though of course it was never released. But recently a copy was sold on ebay, to a collector who was kind enough to allow it to be dumped, and now it's available for download! So if you want it, go to; http://krikzz.com/forum/index.php?topic=1761.msg17556#msg17556 Of course, you'll either have to play it on an N64 using a backup device (I recommend the Everdrive 64), or via emulation. I don't know if any of the NTSC bugs were fixed (or if any new bugs were introduced!) in the PAL version, so if you find any differences between the NTSC and PAL version, then please post about it here.