User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
The game starts in the Information Room of the 'Museum'
The Hangar in the 'Museum' allows you to get more information on the planes available, watch videos of them in action and even test fly them
Information on the Supermarine Spitfire IX
In the War Room of the 'Museum', you get to play or create new missions and campaigns
The Theatre Map for you missions and campaigns
The Mission Builder screen
You can define flights, aircraft, targets, objectives, waypoints weather and other variables in the Mission Builder
Two campaigns are provided in the game - playing either Allies or Axis air forces in the Battle of the Bulge
If it's just a quick dogfight you want, you can create less detailed Quick Missions
The view from the cockpit of a P-51 Mustang
Scratch one bandit!
Various external views of you and your flight are available
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