User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
The main menu for building a face
You can program your faces to perform several actions
Playing the follow me game
Oops, I guessed wrong, I'll have to try again
Starting with an empty head
Choosing some hair
Choosing a nose for your face
Playing the facemaker memory game
Title screen (tape version)
Select mouth, eyes, ears, nose and hair. (tape version)
Your selection of mouths (tape version)
Eyes, the windows to he soul. (tape version)
Lend me your ears (tape version)
Win by a nose (tape version)
Select your hair style (tape version)
Ready to play the "Simon says..."-type game (tape version)
Going good, so far. (tape version)
Oops, wrong choice (tape version)
In the disk version, a sail boat draws the Spinnaker name ..(disk version)
...then a girl draws the face. (disk version)
Title screen (disk version)
The disk version also gives you options of turning off the sound, having a white background or offering help (disk version)
Select mouth, eyes, ears, nose and hair. (disk version)
The disk version has more options for each feature. For instance, here it will give you more lip (mouths). (disk version)
Starting out with a rather blank expression
An eyeful of your choices
Splitting hairs over hairstyles
Program mode - make the face follow your lead
Playing the memory game
Doing well - here's a smile
Getting ready to build a face.
Adding some hair.
Your choice of ears
You can create a simple program with your face.
You can play a game with your created face.
The game also supports an alternate color palette.
The main menu
Building a face...choose some eyes!
The face memory game
Program your own face sequences
You can also choose to have a black background
Building a face
Adding some eyes to your face
Playing the follow the face game
You can program your own face
Here's a face I've built
Choosing a mouth
Choosing some eyes
Selecting some ears
The available noses
A variety of hair styles to choose from
You can program your face to perform some actions
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