User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
One of the intro frames.
The tile screen with credits.
The game and its interface.
Intro: Your scout returns to your castle.
Intro: The scout enters your castle.
Intro: Your scout's map.
Intro: Looking over the map, you are pleased.
The main menu.
Close up of a village.
We conquered the first island, now unto the rest of the world!
What to you conquer next?
My men attack a village.
You can click on any of the little guys in the game and get their info.
Getting info on my new commander.
Intro: the scout arrives
Intro: the lay of the land
Intro: the plot thickens
Intro: you have an idea
Intro: the troops move into action!
Starting a new game
We'll take it over, one piece at a time!
Plotting a route
The World You Will Play In
Copy Protection Screen
Main Game Screen
You have been defeated !
Intro in English
Beautiful view of the castle
The situation is grave, my lord...
I know only one way to solve all problems
The army departs
The map of the realm
I'm safe in my castle
It snows over the sea
Did I ask your help?..
Playing the game
Enter a name
An overhead view of the map
The loading screen
The game informs the player to what each icon means
Getting detailed information
Getting information on a rival territory
In game menu
Opening silent FMV-- apparently, the king is banishing you
Intro silent FMV-- you're not happy about being outcast
Helicopter camera pan of your command center
Generating game data
The main game screen
Intro: The scout arrives at the castle.
Intro: He walks to the master of the castle...
Intro: ...and presents him a map of the land.
Intro: The Powermonger is pleased.
Intro: He sends his troops into battle.
Title screen--much better than the splash screen, I must say.
First, enter your name.
The you go to the main menu.
Start a new conquest and you'll go to the world map.
map loading screen--much better than the splash screen, too.
The game interface.
Nice weather effects.
Even the game over screen looks nice!
Documenting games since 1999. Information, credits, reviews, screenshots and more covering 145 video game platforms from 1971 to date!
MobyGames™ Copyright © 1999-2014
Blue Flame Labs. All rights reserved.
"Wait, that's not how it happened."