User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Choose your pilot
Choose your equipment
Mission 1 Objective
Before each mission, select what weapons you will use, plus any protection
Mission 2 Objective
A large fighter jet
The stealth bomber
Mission 3 Objective
The forest fortress
Mission 4 Objective
A military chopper heading straight for you
Mission 5 Objective
Another huge fighter jet
The Bayson bomber
Mission 6 Objective
The missile launcher
Here comes the enemy.
There's a Power-Up.
Ground installations to blast.
End of level boss.
High in the clouds.
Two planes to destroy.
Above the forest.
Choose your character and their vehicle.
Care to top up before you go?
Now we're flying!
The enemies come fast and furious.
Ow, they hit me!
Insert quarter to continue?
Beat the boss.
Level 2 introduction
Level two returns my fire.
The briefing for your first mission
You can buy weapons or a shield.
Destroying the first wave of helicopters.
Shooting at some anti-aircraft guns.
This huge tank is the level one boss.
A stealth bomber is our target for the next mission.
Starting the second mission.
Intro: This is you the main character
Intro: Take off (you can see the Japanese title for the game on the runway)
Choose your character
This is the map from where you launch you attacks/counter-attacks
Choose your plane, if you have the money
Choose which extra weapons you want. Different planes hold different weapons
Blowing away some choppers
End-level boss for the first level
Not that tough, he's blown to bits
Attacking their air-force
They're looping back for an attack
A mid-level missile launching bad guy
End of level boss of their air-force - drop some bombs on his head
Victory roll on completion of the level
Attacking their navy submarine
Fighting over the desert
Mid-level chopper which is about to eat my missiles
Another air-force attack
Game Over, but you can continue
Stealth bombers, watch out for missiles and bombs
Title screen (Japanese version)
Choose your pilot.
The mission ahead.
Some helicopters to destroy
Mission 1 clear
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