User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Quick game select.
This book contains the tags you've earned.
Sample of sticker tags.
Collection of marker tags.
Our hero Trane overlooks a riot on street level.
You can climb across piping to get to hard to reach areas.
These cans of soft drinks are for boosting your health meter.
Tutorials run far into the game.
Level end stats.
You can also climb vines and chain link fences.
The Marc Ecko logo indicates a secret area.
The CCK are the main oppressors of the city.
Tag one of their trucks for rep.
Enemies will team up on you but don't deliver as deadly blows as you do.
Tagging over someone else's graffiti.
Trane at the pool yards.
Entering the abandoned art school.
A vicious fight ensues at the school's bathroom. Sinks and stalls are broken by heads and bodies.
Riding a train and trying to avoid light. Why is he riding the train like this?
So that he can tag the outside of it!
Fight at the meat-packing plant.
Taking snapshots of yourself with the Nokia phone's will unlock Legends.
Riding on top of the train outside of the tunnels.
“Build a man a fire, and he'll be warm for a day. Set a man on fire, and he'll be warm for the rest of his life.” - Terry Pratchett
He even hangs out this suspended tram and tags is.
As the levels progress the tags get more and more complicated.
I tagged this office with the MobyGames tag!
Security cameras home in on you.
They have no qualms about teaming up on you. At times you'll fight five guys at a time.
Taking the catwalks atop the lobby of the CCK building.
Hanging on outside the blimp.
Climbing the electrified shaft inside the blimp.
Even the janitor's pissed off at you.
The top level security tries to stop you from sabotaging the flyers coming off the blimp.
Get her to shoot those cables as she chases you.
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