User review spotlight: Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar (DOS)
Title Screen/Load Screen
The town of Mysteryville.
There's character bio's for everyone you meet. The bio's will change as you learn more about the person.
This is how you're set up into the actual game play. You'll talk to a character...
Then they'll ask you to help them with a chore...
Then you scour the background trying to find what they ask for.
Another type of game is the typical find-the-things-on-a-list game.
One of the most interesting is the flashlight searches where you'll get a silhouette of an object and then you have to try to find it.
Getting into the spli-screen comparacent involves you experimenting with meditation and/or drugs. Here you are going into a trance.
Now you get to find what's missing or added.
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