User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Main menu screen where you run the game or a mod.
This note is the starting point of the game.
Trapped down in a well; good time to look at the inventory panel.
This is the view you'll see for most of the game, very bird's eye.
Opening a chest or cabinet will bring up the inventory too.
Typical branching dialog screen; the game give you plenty of reading.
No RPG is complete without a quest log or journal mechanism.
Apparently for the sake of tourism this is the smallest bridge on Driftmoon.
The graphics engine lets you adjust the camera angle (hardly) and zoom in/out. Also the mini-map is now showing.
Map features shows where you have already explored.
The game cycles through day and night.
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