User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Title and credits
Enter the authentication code.
"Off we go, into the wild, blue yonder"
Firing my guns.
Title screen and main menu
"Off we go, into the wild, blue yonder!"
Firing the afterburners.
Hall of Fame
A quieter moment
Flying a night sortie.
Short animation :)
Prepare to mission
One enemy down!
Not good, we are dead!
The plane is standing on the runway
Boarding the plane
Ready for take-off
Lifting off from the carrier
In-flight above the sea
Locked on target
Pressing the start button brings up the map
One mission finished
You are rewarded a medal
Title screen (MSX2).
Select a mission (MSX2).
On shore of Libya (MSX2).
The start of a mission (MSX2).
The main target is the represented on the map as a small square (MSX2).
Offshore of Hanoi, Vietnam (MSX2).
Flying up-side down (MSX2).
The sky is clear, the sun even shines (MSX2).
Search for the main targets (MSX2).
Don't run out of fuel (MSX2).
Incoming missile (MSX2).
You're shot down. You not shot or bombed any targets (MSX2).
Title screen (MSX1)
Mission Select (MSX1)
Enter an authentication code (MSX1)
Restart screen if you press [return] during the game (MSX1)
Shoot that plane (MSX1)
No targets in sight (MSX1)
You've crashed (MSX1)
Choosing a difficulty level
The first area available is Lybia
Mission is being explained to you
...and off we go!
Over the sea
Locating targets in the desert
Awards? Not really...
Title screen (original release)
Title screen (later re-release)
In-game CGA screenshot
Flying. (EGA version)
Title screen (CGA Original)
Title screen (EGA)
Version information - 402.02 (EGA)
Graphics Configuration (version 402.02) (EGA)
Select Game speed (version 402.02) (EGA)
Select Mission (version 402.02) (EGA)
Loading Persian Gulf (version 402.02) (EGA)
Alert! Sam launch (EGA)
Firing to Enemy Plane by Gun (EGA)
Gun Rounds Remaining (EGA)
Game Over (version 402.02)
Authenticate (12) : Enter Code (CGA)
Gun Rounds Remaining (CGA)
Warning!! (Before crash) (CGA)
Title screen and advert
Starting without a take-off
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