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Ultima 5: Warriors of Destiny

Ultima 5: Warriors of Destiny is an abandoned DOS rpg game set in the Ultima universe, developed by Origin Systems, designed by Richard Garriott and published by Origin Systems in 1988. It's available for download. Ultima 5: Warriors of Destiny is also part of the Ultima series.
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Collector's corner:

The Ultima V box contained:

  • a Book of Lore
  • a Underworld Journal
  • a player reference card
  • a quick reference card
  • a cloth map of Britannia
  • a metal coin with the Codex symbol
  • 4x 5.25" disks

The game box differs between editions only by screenshots on the back. The Atari ST version depicts (left to right): a giant mouse in a dungeon; Castle British area including the player, a ship and a headless; and battle screen with player casting 'In Flam Hur' on various skeletons. The first IBM version depicts (left to right): a fountain in a dungeon; Castle British area including the player, a ship and a horse; and the interior of an inn.

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Big box pictures (for Commodore 64)


Additional info

Input: keyboard, joystick

Distributed on: 5,25 floppy disk

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