Disneyland Indiana Jones ride recreated as Left 4 Dead level

Jeremy sez, "This fan/game modder faithfully recreated the Indiana Jones: Temple of the Forbidden Eye ride at Disneyland as part of a map pack for Left 4 Dead, a great zombie-slaying coop game from Valve. It's amazing how long and well-engineered to lessen boredom the line area is for the ride--something I didn't notice in the park itself, but which stands out when watching the video."

Yeah, that queue is not only entertaining, but it also takes you outside of the park, under the railroad berm and into the anonymous "go-away green" box in the parking lot where the ride is actually situated, along with many other later rides built after the park ran out of space (Haunted Mansion, Pirates, etc).

Indiana Jones and the Temple of Zombies freeride (Thanks, Jeremiah!)


  1. Sweet! I think they should have included a couple of zombies waiting in line to shoot past, though.

  2. While I’m sure that’s an awesome feet of recreation, the maker couldn’t have dropped in a few zombies!??

  3. The reason you do not notice the line anymore is because it was designed in the days before fastpass, where you had to wait there.

    Now, they make people wait outside, as the fastpass line joins the waiting line BEFORE the temple entrance, so you zoom through what was designed to be the line.

    It’s pretty sad, actually. I enjoyed the line in the days before fastpass much more than today.

  4. That is awesome – so brace for the inevitable Cease and Desist from Disney in 3…2…1


  5. Amazing as far as modeling, texturing, sounds, lighting, etc. But the gameplay could be though through a little. I know there wasn’t any involved here, but this level would be extremely boring as there’s only one way through it. Great visual and audio though.

  6. I’ve only ridden this ride once when it first opened, and the only part that left an impression on 7 year old me was the length of the line. I even got impatient just watching the video, and he didn’t even have to wait behind anyone.

    Thats pretty impressive though. I imagine the creator has probably worked as a ride operator for a few years.

  7. so why exactly did he leave his flashlight OFF? Even with zombies around there’s little point to that.

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