User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Pan vs. Lost Boy
Pan jumping to next platform
Showdown with Rufio
Rufio acknowledges we're Peter Pan
Stage 2. Isn't it good to be lost in the wood
Take that you archer!
Game Over screen
Genesis version title screen.
Peter Banning in the intro
There's Hook's ship
Tinkerbell ushers the game in
The game is full of beautiful backgrounds: basically the same as the SNES version.
Managed to get those 2 blue ones
Take out the yellow before approaching the blue
Ready for the water
There's an enemy at the top of these jumps
Watch the rolling monkey
Peter Pan faces Rufio, trying to recover the leadership of the lost boys.
Rufio now accepts that we're Pan
Stage two and we're killing poor hedgehogs
You can run...
Smack some kids...
You've lost your powers.
Game over? Nah, you can continue!
"Never-before-seen computer image of Hook's ship"
Also, never before seen image of Hook's letter!
Stage clear screen
SNES version title screen.
The SNES version is more colorful than the Genesis one.
15-bit color backgrounds
Stage 1 - Fighting against the "Lost Kids"
Under water - Stage 1
Tinkerbell gives us the "power" to fly
Level boss Rufio
Going to the next level
Level boss of 2. stage
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