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Platform: Apple II
Tags: RPG
Developer: Origin
More Platforms: Game Boy


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Ultima review

Reviewed March 15, 2010

aschultz says: "Origin did the right thing releasing an improved version of Ultima I. The original, with less entertaining graphics and horrid controls, is tougher to find on the net. It's best to enjoy the chubby townsmen bouncing around bushes bigger than they are and ignore the silly plot: build a time machine to knock off the wizard Mondain before he can craft a powerful evil gem. Then, U1 is straightforward kill-the-big-wizard fun. "
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