User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Gameplay on the first level
Blasting through some enemies
Aquired a powerful new weapon
An end of level boss
Beginning the second level
Some mayhem on the second level
Battling a very large spacecraft
R9 tech specs
You can see that this is a Spectrum conversion.
If you've come this far, you get to restart here
Here comes a little heper
High score list
Robot to kill
Mech in space
Behind enemy gates
Third level is boss-fight only
Electric Dreams logo
Now I have some missiles
This level is complete
Beginning level two
Navigating a narrow passage
Fighting a large ship
Stage 2: Life Forms in a Cave
At least they look a little less like sperm than every other version
Avoiding a snake alien
Stage 2 Boss
Stage 3: Giant Warship
The whole stage is a boss fight, sort of
Stage 4: A Base on the War Front
Stage 4 Boss...
...breaks into pieces
Stage 5: The Den
Stage 5 Boss; not like the arcade at all
Stage 6: A City in Decay
The levels are becoming very bland
Stage 6 Boss, a garbage dump
Stage 7: A Star Occupied by the Bydo Empire
Stage 7 Boss, the programming doesn't seem to have been finished
First Level Boss
Second Level Boss
Destroy this humanoid
Main title + options.
Different control schemes include: touch, tilt and touch, arcade, as well as options for left or right handed play and autofire.
Level and difficulty select screen.
The game can be toggled between letterboxed mode or full screen.
Dodging enemy fire.
Watch out for the gun turrets.
Interesting level design.
Battling the Bydo.
Playing in "arcade mode".
Level 2 boss (using left handed control scheme).
Fighting a space battle cruiser.
Entering in your high score.
This game also features an online global leader board!
Stage 1 End Of Stage Boss
Fly through the circling Chain of balls
Watch the scissors
You are dead!
Use your laser beams to attack
Shoot the eyes...
Intro shot - launching
Stage 1 - enemies coming at me from air and ground
Entering enemy base
Firing the large beam shot to weaken enemies ahead
The ship now also got missiles
A look at level two
Level three - fight against large battleship
Organic looking stage
This level apparently goes for a more technology-inspired look
Start of the game
Mechanical claws in Stage 1 - Encounter
First boss: Dobkeratops
Cleared Stage 1
Stage 2: Creature Cave
The entire third stage is a fight with this giant Warship
Fifth stage - The Den, facing a tapeworm-like enemy called Slither
Stage 6: Transport System
Seventh stage is City in Ruins
Final boss - Bydo Core, you need to wait until it opens up and then fire the Force pod into the core
Made it through
Entering another base
Nearing the end of the first level
The second level, with a giant snake thing.
Level 3, space fortress assault.
Save the Earth. That's the goal
Another beautiful view. Dig the Turbo CD graphics!
The game is rather rich on cut scenes
Waiting for someone?..
Check out the cool vehicle!..
Pesky guys walk below
Killed by approaching flying robots!..
Be careful... power-ups ahead, but so are enemies!..
Am I trapped?..
It's just me and the robot now...
Boss battle against a huge monster. This one is still easy...
Mysterious cave with strange objects...
Here the monsters are mostly mushrooms, vegetables, lava guys, and alike
New power-up: fire blast!
Fighting a giant snake
Cut-scene between levels
Are you crazy? Going with such a large gun against the poor me? I'm going to sue you for human rights violation
New power-up: deadly coils
Your ship specs
Begin your attack
A power up
Power ups give you different weapons this one floats around shooting at enemies
3 way lasers bounce of the environment
Some enemies are on the ground
Careful flying is in order here
Circle laser power up
The end of level boss
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