User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Preparing to land
Look at those little buggers run!
Watch out for the missle-firing jets & the shell lobbing tanks.
Shoot the houses to release the prisoners.
Watch out for the UFO in later sorties...
Unload the prisoners for points.
All hands lost...
Atari logo / title
Title screen and game demo
Flying; there's some people, maybe I could land here...
Attempting a rescue
Return people safely to the base
Under attack, better get out of here quick!
Beginning a sortie
Watch out for that tank!
Title screen (Atari release)
Some refuges getting in the chopper
Broderbund copying the old cartoons here
Title screen (Brøderbund cartridge)
First sortie (Brøderbund cartridge)
Trying to bomb this tank. (Brøderbund cartridge)
The tank got me. (Brøderbund cartridge)
I rescued several men. (Brøderbund cartridge)
Cursed jet! (Brøderbund cartridge)
I lost all my lives. The end. (Brøderbund cartridge)
Game start (Brøderbund disk version)
Tank, house and refugee (Brøderbund disk version)
Flying off to the rescue...
Returned home safely
destroyed by a tank
An enemy tank on the ground
Landed for a rescue!
Watch out for the enemy plane!
Your mission: Rescue hostages
Found some prisoners
Taking them aboard
Crossing the border
Letting the prisoners off at home base
A tank fires at you
Rescue all hostages
Let the hostages climb the chopper
Flying over desert
Ready to take off
Flying away from an enemy tank
Hovering over refugees
Ready for takeoff
Like Tom Petty said: "You don't have to live like a refugee"
Heading to battle
in the midst of battle
Firing at water
Found prisoners, bombing a tank
Taking prisoners onboard
Dropping them off
Bombing a tank
Lifting off from base
An enemy tank comes into view
Bombing the tank
The tank blows up
Found some people to rescue
Hurry up before the tank arrives!
A jet comes in
Picking up more prisoners while a jet comes in for an attack
Beginning of first round
Lift-off from the base
Watch out for the tank
An enemy jet and a spraycan?
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