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[FM Towns] Ultima 4.rar (Size: 675.80 MB) (Files: 6)

 [FM Towns] Ultima 4.rar

33.97 MB

 [FM Towns] Ultima 5.rar

63.33 MB

 [FM Towns] Ultima 6.rar

465.43 MB

 [FM Towns] Ultima save disks.rar

1.96 KB

 [FM Towns] Ultima Trilogy.rar

80.00 MB

 [FM Towns] Ultima Underworld.rar

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Collection of all Ultima games for the FM Towns computer.

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Collection of all Ultima games for the FM Towns computer.

Ultima Trilogy, Ultima 6 and Ultima Underworld are images taken from my own, original CDs.
Ultima 4 is taken from UG, a torrent which is now dead.
Ultima 5 I can\'t remember where I found.

The ones I dumped are full, original images. I think the other ones are as well but no guarantees as I didn\'t dump them myself.

I included a rar with empty floppies to be used for saving your character/game. These can easily be created in UNZ but I included them anyway.

You\'ll need an FM Towns emulator to play these, UNZ is the only decent one I know of.

[backcolor=lavender][backcolor=gold][size=5]Information about the games and comparisons with the PC versions [/size][/backcolor]
[backcolor=Crimson][size=3]Some of the games don\'t look very different on the FM Towns and the PC but the sound is always a lot (!) better in the FM Towns versions.[/size][/backcolor][/backcolor]

[backcolor=LightSteelBlue][size=3]Ultima 1-3 (Ultima Trilogy)
Ultima 1 - The First Age of Darkness [/size]
Information (from Wikipedia) -
Ultima, later known as Ultima I: The First Age of Darkness or simply Ultima I, is the first game in the Ultima series of computer role-playing games. It was first published in the United States by California Pacific Computer Co., on September 2, 1980.
Since its 1980 release, the game has been completely re-coded and ported to many different platforms. The 1986 re-code of Ultima is the most commonly known and available version of the game.

Ultima revolves around a quest to find and destroy the Gem of Immortality, which is being used by the evil wizard Mondain to enslave the lands of Sosaria. With the gem in his possession, he cannot be killed, and his minions roam and terrorize the countryside. The player takes on the role of \'The Stranger\', an individual summoned from another world to end the rule of Mondain. The game follows the endeavors of the stranger in this task, which involves progressing through many aspects of game play, including dungeon crawling and space travel.

The game was one of the first definitive commercial computer RPGs, and is considered an important and influential turning point for the development of the genre throughout years to come.

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[backcolor=lavender][size=3]Ultima 2 - Revenge of the Enchantress[/size]
Information (from Wikipedia) -
Ultima II: The Revenge of the Enchantress, released on August 24, 1982 (USCO# PA-317-502), is the second computer role-playing game in the Ultima series. It was also the last Ultima game published by Sierra On-Line before series creator Richard Garriott founded Origin Systems.

From the game\'s story, we learn that Mondain\'s lover, Minax, is threatening our Earth through disturbances in the space-time continuum, and the player must guide a hero through time to hunt down the evil enchantress in Castle Shadowguard and to destroy her. Also, the player must travel to other planets in the solar system in order to gain a critical item.

Unfortunately, Mondain happened to have a young apprentice/lover named Minax who is understandably upset over his death. Using her considerable powers, Minax travels through time and space to the hero\'s homeworld of Earth and instigates a nuclear war, thus serving the dual purpose of working out her frustration as well as erasing the hero from history. Of course, as the hero, this works out rather badly for you, and so with the help of Lord British you must travel through time and somehow find Minax and prevent the events which culminate in the destruction of Earth.


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[backcolor=LightSteelBlue][size=3]Ultima 3 - Exodus[/size]
Information (from Wikipedia) -
Ultima III: Exodus is the third game in the Ultima series. Exodus is also the name of the game\'s principal antagonist. Released in 1983, it was the first Ultima game published by Origin Systems. It had an immense influence on the development of both the American and Japanese traditions of role-playing video games, and is considered one of the most influential video games ever made. It won \"Adventure Game of the Year\" in Computer Gaming World\'s 1985 reader poll, about which the editors wrote \"Although Ultima III has been out well over a year, we feel that it is still the best game of its kind.\"

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[backcolor=lavender][size=3]Ultima 4 - Quest of the Avatar[/size]
Information (from Wikipedia) -
Ultima IV: Quest of the Avatar, first released in 1985 (USCO# PA-317-504) for the Apple II, is the fourth in the series of Ultima computer role-playing games. It is the first in the \"Age of Enlightenment\" trilogy, shifting the series from the hack and slash, dungeon crawl gameplay of its \"Age of Darkness\" predecessors towards an ethically-nuanced, story-driven approach. In 1996 Computer Gaming World named Ultima IV as #2 on its Best Games of All Time list on the PC. Designer Richard Garriott considers this game to be among his favorites from the Ultima series.

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[backcolor=LightSteelBlue][size=3]Ultima 5 - Warriors of Destiny[/size]
Information (from Wikipedia) -
At the start of Warriors of Destiny, the player learns that Lord British has been lost on an expedition into the Underworld, and the throne of Britannia has been usurped by a tyrant known as Lord Blackthorn, while three shadowy figures known as the Shadowlords terrorize the countryside. Blackthorn enforces a strict, fundamentalist version of the eight virtues, which leads to results that are anything but virtuous (for example, citizens are required to give to charity or else face execution). The Avatar is summoned back to Britannia by his friends; together they form the \"Warriors of Destiny\" in order to eliminate the Shadowlords, undermine Blackthorn\'s rule, and restore Lord British to his throne.

It can be said that the game deals with the issues of fundamentalism and moral absolutism.

Warriors of Destiny featured much more polished writing (earlier games were riddled with some orthographical errors and uneven vocabulary) and considerably greater detail than previous games. It was the first Ultima to implement a time-of-day system in which the sun rises and sets, and non-player characters follow daily routine schedules. This game has been lauded as realistically portraying a culture living under a dictatorial regime; its tone is much darker than that of Ultima IV.

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[backcolor=lavender][size=3]Ultima 6 - The False Prophet[/size]
Information (from Wikipedia) -
Ultima VI: The False Prophet, released by Origin Systems in 1990, is the sixth part in the computer role-playing game series of Ultima. It was the last in the \"Age of Enlightenment\" trilogy.

Some years after Lord British has returned to power, the Avatar is captured and tied on a sacrificial altar, about to be sacrificed by red demon-like creatures, the gargoyles. The Warriors of Destiny suddenly appear, save the Avatar and collect the sacred text the gargoyle priest was holding. In Castle Britannia, the Avatar learns that the shrines of Virtue were captured by the gargoyles and he embarks on a quest to rescue Britannia from the invaders.

This game ended the use of multiple scales; in earlier games a town, castle, or dungeon would be represented as a single symbol on the world map, which then expanded into a full sub-map when entering the structure. In Ultima VI, the whole game uses a single scale, with towns and other places seamlessly integrated into the main map; dungeons are now also viewed from the same perspective as the rest of the game, rather than the first-person perspective used by Ultima I-V. The game kept the basic tile system and screen layout of the three preceding parts, but altered the look into a much more colourful pseudo-isometric view, to take full advantage of the newly-released VGA graphics cards for PCs.

A port of the game for FM Towns platform was made primarily for Japanese market. This CD-ROM-based version included full speech in both English and Japanese. What is interesting about this version is that the voice acting was recorded at Origin, mostly by the people the characters were based on (with Richard Garriott as Lord British, Greg Dykes as Dupre, etc.), though not all personnel could be reached at the time of recording, so some substitutes were used.

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[backcolor=LightSteelBlue][size=3]Ultima Underworld - [/size]
Information (from Wikipedia) -
Ultima Underworld is a series of two computer role playing games published by Origin Systems in the early 1990s.Laffer - I think only the first one was released for the FM Towns. If anyone has information otherwise, please let me know.
It is a spin-off from the successful Ultima series. The games were created by Looking Glass Technologies (originally known as Blue Sky Productions).

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Technical information -

Ultima Trilogy
Language: Japanese/English
Image Format: MDS/MDF
Compression Format: RAR (best compression method)
Platform: FM Towns
Source - image of my own, original CD.
Packed size: 83 889 813 bytes.
Total size: 147 064 716 bytes.

Ultima 4 - Quest of the Avatar
Language: Japanese/English
Image Format: BIN/CUE
Compression Format: RAR (best compression method)

Platform: FM Towns
Source - UG, torrent is now dead.
Packed size: 35 616 561 bytes.
Total size: 83 260 971 bytes.

Ultima 5 - Warriors of Destiny
Language: Japanese/English
Image Format: BIN/CUE
Compression Format: RAR (best compression method)
Platform: FM Towns
Source - Forgot where I found it.
Packed size: 66 403 707 bytes.
Total size: 128 242 971 bytes.

Ultima 6 - The False Prophet
Language: Japanese/English
Image Format: MDS/MDF
Compression Format: RAR (best compression method)
Platform: FM Towns
Source - image of my own, original CD.
Packed size: 488 034 562 bytes.
Total size: 523 627 700 bytes.

Ultima Underworld - The Stygian Abyss
Language: Japanese/English
Image Format: MDS/MDF
Compression Format: RAR (best compression method)
Platform: FM Towns
Source - image of my own, original CD.
Packed size: 34 684 495 bytes.
Total size: 90 736 956 bytes.

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