User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
The story so far...
The sun rises on the west coast of the USA.
Manhunter: San Francisco.
Looks like the orbs have done their job to San Francisco...
The evil villian. He could use a good floss to get that green gunk out of his teeth.
A local landmark.
The orbs are leaving New York to head for San Francisco.
You crashed this orb ship in San Francisco.
What is this? The Wizard of Oz?
Turning on your computer.
Tracking a suspect.
Outside an apartment.
Inside the apartment.
Looking in a drawer.
Could this be a clue?
Looking out a window. San Francisco doesn't look too healthy these days...
Inside the warehouse.
An arcade sequence: Avoid the robots in the warehouse.
The office in the warehouse.
A help screen.
Going down some stairs.
Climbing through a tunnel.
Looks like I've found a murder scene.
Heading down the street of China town.
Tracking a miscreant
Beautiful San Francisco
Intro (Hercules graphics)
Title screen (Hercules graphics)
Credits (Hercules graphics)
Game beginning (Hercules graphics)
The MAD device (Hercules graphics)
A wrecked space ship
An ID card
The Bank of Canton
A nicely furnished room - the game is largely set among the Chinese community in San Francisco
A bit of inter-game references - unfortunately, "Manhunter: London" (the Tower Bridge screenshot) was never made
Looking out of the window
San Francisco following the orb invasion. (EGA/Tandy)
An orb wakes you up each morning. (EGA/Tandy)
That tattoo looks familiar... (EGA/Tandy)
Smoking a pipe. (EGA/Tandy)
You encounter many dead bodies in the game. (EGA/Tandy)
About to ride a hot air balloon. (EGA/Tandy)
Title screen. (CGA with RGB monitor)
This guy from the previous game causes trouble. (CGA with RGB monitor)
Found a dead creature. (CGA with RGB monitor)
An exhibit tries to convince you the orb invasion is a good thing. (CGA with RGB monitor)
Exploring a crime scene. (CGA with RGB monitor)
A suspicious pair of eyes... (CGA with RGB monitor)
Intro - orbs fly through the street
After the crash
Let's see who we have here
Map for tracking and traveling
Arcade sequence in the warehouse
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