User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Main Menu (AGA version)
The games contains a lengthy fully animated cartoon intro.
Language selection screen.
You can even customize your kit's colour.
The game starts out in London.
Level one starts in front of Soccer Kid's home.
Controlling the ball can be quite tricky.
Those spikes are not only dangerous for your ball.
A weird game over sequence in front of Stonehenge.
The game includes a tutorial.
Alien ship (from the intro sequence)
Our Hero: Soccer Kid (from the intro sequence)
British Countryside - Cute sheep
British Countryside - Nice tractor
London - Gothic architecture, and a British taxi
London - An authentic British bus
London - Cityscape
London - Entering the underground
Soccer Kid meets the first boss of the game
Italian Ruins - How can that really big ball swing attached to that delicate branch?
Italian Ruins - This place's full of sculptures
Italian Ruins - A Roman commander.Tough guy, eh?
Venice - Pizza man
Venice - Authentic polls
Venice - Typical Italian guy on his scooter
Venice - On top of a tree
Italian Riviera - Nice view
Italian Riviera - On the beach
Italian Riviera - Nice tiny details are everywhere
Italian Riviera - Another pizza man in front of resorts
Italian Riviera - Soccer Kid can jump anywhere
The Intro Movie
One of the first enemies you encounter
These football stickers are hidden pickups for you to find
These heart pickups replenish your health
Spikes don't kill you instantly but do knock off some health
The Crown Pub this is a common pub name in the U.K.
Hitting the info icons gives you some hints and tips
When the boxing icon appears you can be sure there is trouble on the horizon
The first boss is a Rugby player
The world map
Dodge the rolling barrel
A typical Italian house
Cliche #19 an Italian on a scooter
The second boss is Pavarotti
A disused Russian war machine
Watch out for sledgers
On board a Russian ship
The flames hurt and should be avoided
Another enemy on board the ship is a sailor
Use the chain to swing across the gap
The third boss is a female Russian gymnast
Level 4 sees you inside the Japanese robot factory
A mad scientist who throws flammable bottles at you
Use the lifts to move between floors
Travelling on top of the bullet train
Beware there are moles hiding in the coal
The 4th boss is a sumo wrestler
The last level is in America
A nice beach background
The European version includes English, French, German, Italian and Spanish.
The map shows your next destination - there are 5 countries with 3 levels each.
Going underground in London.
Each city features distinct sights.
Sunny Italian riviera
Roman ghosts in Roman ruins
Pavarotti lookalike - boss fight in Italy
How stereotype: a tank on Red Square in Moscow
Soviet insignia in Moscow
Fighting Russian seamen on a battleship.
This squirrel guards a stack of lumber.
Taking the Japanese Bullettrain to Tokyo.
Tokyo and Nagoya are indoor levels. Why? No Idea.
New York - skyline, hot dog stand and yellow cab
California dreamin' - surfin' USA!
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