User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
In the intro flight
The man himself.
Title screen (CGA)
Main menu (CGA)
Flying around a building as seen from the cockpit. (CGA)
Your plane in the tower-view. (CGA)
Satellite-view is nearly useless. (CGA)
The 3rd person camera in action. (CGA)
Preparing for stunt flying. (CGA)
An analysis of your flying skills (CGA)
Leaving the hangar for a test flight (EGA)
Approaching obstacles. (EGA)
Chuck Yeager criticizes your performance. (EGA)
Stunt flying options (EGA)
Title screen (Hercules Monochrome)
Main menu (Hercules Monochrome)
Some formation flying (Hercules Monochrome)
Take off for racing. (Hercules Monochrome)
Chuck Yeager comments on your flight. (Hercules Monochrome)
Title screen (CGA composite mode)
Main menu (CGA composite mode)
Flying (CGA composite mode)
Fly through the gates. (CGA composite mode)
Chuck Yeager criticizes your flight. (CGA composite mode)
External view of the F-16 Fighting Falcon (CGA)
Here are all aircraft you can fly in Chuck Yeager's AFT. (CGA)
A view from the cockpit.
This screen displays as the game loads. This is the only colour in the game.
This is the main game menu. The manual says that the 'Into Flight' is called a Demo on other machines. Some menus such as Option, Eye, Zoom that are present on other machines are not available
The test flight has the plane weaving around four large blocks / buildings. Ahead is one of the buildings
There are three more ahead
Alternate views are available. This is the full forward view banking round building 2
This is the chase plane view
It is also possible to zoom in on the plane
This is the satellite view of the plane and its surroundings.
This is the view vertically down as the plane flies over a building. Its also possible to look up, left, right and back
This is flight instruction. The plane, a Cessna, starts in the air. messages about the controls are displayed along the bottom of the screen
Elevator setting 1/3 up, VR=Glareshield to horizon, IR=Airplane splits horizon on AI. are the last three messages
It is still possible to use other views such as satellite view shown here
The test flight can continue on its own or the player can take control, here the plane is in a bit of a dive
This is the chase plane view of an attempted landing
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