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Retrogaming Game Maps: Ultima I (PC)

Return to 1986 and experience the legend of Lord British’s classic RPG, Ultima I, as published by Origin Systems, Inc. and Broderbund.  This week’s Retrogaming Game Maps include all four full-color maps included in the box, all the better for you to find and destroy the Gem of Immortality, stop the evil wizard Mondain, and free the lands of Sosarnia.

As always, click on each map to see them in a larger size, and don’t be a Stranger (well, at least, to this blog!).


Ultima I (1986) game map.

Ultima I (1986) game map.

Ultima I (1986) game map.

Ultima I (1986) game map.


One Response

  1. Having been given a usb full of old games, including Ultima, this find is extra neat.

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