User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Splash loading screen
Marty recording Doc at Lone Pine Mall as in the movie
Doc explaining that his and Einstein's (his dog) watches are in sync
Game start - Marty wondering what happened to the car and Einstein
Marty and George McFly his dad
Current date and goal
Marty searching the Doc's lab
The huge speaker amplifier at Doc's lab
Inventory selecting the electric guitar
The DeLorean time machine returns
Old Edna Strickland & Marty
Old Edna Strickland's apartment
Marty's fueling up the Mr. Fusion on the DeLorean as George McFly walks up
Time circuit keypad entering the destination date
Marty and Einstein getting the DeLorean up to 88 mph
Marty and Einstein nearing 88 mph - cue the lighting thunder clap sounds
Marty hiding the car - date Jun 13 1931
Marty looking at the Hill Valley Courthouse Square 1931
Marty talking with young Edna Strickland the reporter
Police Station 1931
Marty talking with Doc who is in jail
Marty at the Soup Kitchen witnesses an exchange between Kid Tannen and Arthur McFly, Marty's
Marty at the Courthouse meeting young Doc
Marty shining Kid Tannen's shoes and chatting
Marty talking with Cue Ball who runs the soup kitchen
The famous scene from the movie was recreated in detail.
Talking with Doc
Good old 1986
There are a lot of references in the game
Meet Biff Tannen
Marty's father is responsible for selling stuff.
Biff stole my guitar
Telltale did everything to help you on your journey.
Inside of DeLorean
Ha, Biff fell into a huge amp trap!
Suddenly, DMC12 appears.
Doc's cry for help
Why are you asking? Dogs can't talk!
Finding clues about the destination date in old papers
Doc, I'm coming!
Story so far
The car of the future
Guess who? Marty's grandfather and Biff!
I really hate her.
Doc's killed? Have to hurry!
I've finally found him.
Apparently Doc isn't a scientist! But why?
Running from Biff.
In Emmeth's lab.
Aaaaahhh, we're falling!
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