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The Ultimate Tetris
What claims to be The Ultimate Tetris....
Over 1,000 years ago, the wizard Mondain, intent on world domination, created an evil gem which made him invincible and immortal. Your quest in Ultima is to travel the lands in search of a time machine, go back in time to the days before Mondain created the gem, and then to destroy him. The land of ...
The sequel to Ultima featured several improvements over the original, such as seperate town and world maps, and the concept of traveling through time gates into different eras on Earth. Other than that the gameplay is pretty much the same as in Ultima I, with your single character roaming the land f...
The third title in the Ultima series, this was the first game in the series to feature a party of adventurers instead of a single player. It also had large, detailed towns with many people to talk to, and a seperate combat engine where your party fought multiple monsters in a turn-based tile-based s...
The fourth game in the now well-established Ultima series featured an improved version of the Ultima IV engine, with color graphics and better character interaction (you could now have actual conversations with NPCs). But what really makes Ultima IV shine is its radical departure from any other RPG ...
Ultima 5 uses the basics of the Ultima 4 engine, an overhead perspective of Britannia or one of many towns or dungeons, which use a rosette-compass 3D view. Many actions are expanded, including much more world interactivity and much deeper characters than the 'signpost' NPCs of Ultima 4....
You are the Avatar, summoned back to Brittania to save its people from the Gargoyles, who have taken hold of the shrines of the eight virtues. Adventure with your buddies, Dupre, Iolo, and Shamino in a gigantic top-down fully-interactive world. If you can touch it, you can use it!
Ultimate Soccer Manager
Ultimate Soccer Manager is football manager based on the 4 top English leagues. It includes a full icon-driven interface, where instead of clicking the option buttons, each screen is seen as the office in question (manager, president, bank, etc), and to access the screens the player has to click in ...