User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Title screen. (Hi Res AGA)
Starting a new city. (Hi Res AGA)
The newspaper keeps you informed of what's going in your city and in the world. (Hi Res AGA)
Building some roads. (Hi Res AGA)
One of the built in cities - Maxis Land. (Hi Res AGA)
Zoomed up on the city. (Hi Res AGA)
The annual budget. (Hi Res AGA)
Happy Land Overview
Lake Land - Zoomed View
A giant monster causing terror and destruction in Hollywood
Start of a new city
Reading a newspaper
A helpful map
Clean after fire
Solar energy - ecologic
Wind mills and prison
New city begins own life
Power plant is gone
Health is important - two hospital
Earthquake. Fire and troubles appears.
Starting with a barren wasteland
Creating a new city
Mobypolis is there!
The city grows...
Zooming in a on a large city
Try to expand this pitiful town
Some cities are huge
A monster is attacking Hollywood!
Oakland is on fire
Title screen / Main menu.
A new city
There are four different maps you can play on.
The game has three difficulty levels.
One of the first thing you must do is build a power plant.
Placing a residential zone.
A thriving city.
City ordinances window.
Building a mayor's house.
Residential areas need schools.
Reduce taxes to attract more people to your city.
Police coverage is low.
Dispatching fire units.
Four scenarios are available.
The city is under attack!
A thriving city
Police station details
Planting trees in a fire
An unpowered park!
An wide view of a developed city
A monster attacks
Close-up view. A church slipped into a game on a Nintendo system.
Close-up. That's a library in the center.
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