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Ultima Forever Quest for the Avatar 


I like to purchase a game and then play it to my hearts content. I despise games that let me play for thirty minutes and then demand money to proceed. Only to have it ask for more money thirty minutes to maybe an hour later. Ultima Forever Quest for the Avatar on the iPad/iPhone falls into that category. It lets you play for a bit, and then you hit a brick wall. It is impossible to progress without paying money.

Why is it impossible to move on? Because your weapons and armor break. You are constantly faced with treasure chests where you have to use your keys. The keys you get from enemies give you junk. Pay money for better keys and you will get better armor and weapons. As the armor and weapons wear out you wind up facing the same dilemma a dungeon or two later.

Now you can go back to old dungeons in Ultima Forever Quest for the Avatar as long as you are within the level range. Meaning each dungeon has specific level ranges. That way you can not just grind on early dungeons. You are forced into going forward where you are not equipped to handle it. Unless you spend real world money on this game.

Ultima Forever Quest for the Avatar contains blood, violence, enticement to lust, magic, bad language, despicable characters, violence, and poor attitudes. The level of violence is excessive and honestly really boring. There is a slight focus on the virtues - mainly it seems to be stats to level up. I liked the choices in conversations.

Ultima Forever Quest for the Avatar could have been something wonderful. Instead it was made into a cash draining machine. Why can’t we have a game for ten dollars where we play it without the armor and weapons degenerating on us?
- Paul


Graphics: 40%
Sound: 60%
Replay/Extras: 55%
Gameplay: 30%
Family Friendly Factor: 50%

System: iPhone/iPad
Publisher: EA
Developer: Mythic Entertainment

Rating: ‘12+’ for 12+ and OLDER ONLY
{Frequent/Intense Cartoon or Fantasy Violence, Infrequent/Mild Profanity or Crude Humor, Infrequent/Mild Horror/Fear Themes}

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