User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
The title screen.
The main screen shows your points for the major environmental topics.
Taxing industries, granting subsidies: the central of power.
Ah, color! Values are adjusted with the slider.
A typical cause-and-effect chain: Funding family planing...
...effects the birth rate,...
...which decreases or increases population...
...and thus influences the overall quality of life,...
...for which you are awarded points.
A report sheet shows your progress after each turn.
After the 9th and final turn, your successes and failures are summarised.
Some subjects are illustrated quite nicely.
One of the rather strange problems that you've got to deal with.
Most equations in the game are customizable. What's the value of one human life?
The happy couple asked players not to make copies; unfortunately to not much effect.
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