User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
The newly installed aircraft are grouped by name in the aircraft selection screen
This is the PT-17 trainer, cockpit view
This is the PT-17 trainer in flight. Nice detailing in the cockpit - apart from the lack of a pilot that is
This is the P47 made by Republic
This is the cockpit view of the Republic P47
This is the Curtiss P40-L in flight
This is the cockpit of the Curtiss P40, the 'L' version.
This is a model of the Tuskegee's AT-6C trainer known as the 'Double Vee'
This is the cockpit of the Tuskegee's AT-6C trainer
This is the cockpit of the P-51 Mustang that the squadron flew. All Mustang cockpits seem to be the same.
This is the P-51 Mustang in 'Wild Bill's' livery
This is the mustang in 'Little Freddie's' Livery
This is 'Kitten's' plane
This is the 'Duchess Arlene'
The detail holds up well even in close up.
Creamer's Dream is the raunchiest livery, and yes, there is a full frontal view on the other side.
This is Bunny's plane
The package installs twenty single player missions. Like the aircraft they are all grouped by name making them easy to find on the menu
Starting a mission brings up a map and a briefing screen
On the ground at the start of a mission. For some reason the flight simulator seems to have used the sea to colour the ground. Most missions start by taxiing down the runway
On the ground at the start of a mission. Most missions start by taxiing down the runway and the plane in front seems extra large.
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