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[[Image:Ultima - Martian Dreams - DOS - USA.jpg|thumb|256x256px|North American box art.]]
 
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'''''Martian Dreams''''', also known by its full title, '''''Ultima: Worlds of Adventure 2 - Martian Dreams''''', is a role-playing game developed and published by [[Origin Systems]] and released for [[MS-DOS]] in 1991. It is the second game in the ''[[Ultima: Worlds of Adventure]]'' series. Like ''[[The Savage Empire]]'', the game uses a modified version of the [[''Ultima VI'' Engine]]. The story revolves around the Avatar accidentally being shot from a giant cannon to Mars along with several Victorian-era dignitaries.
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'''''Martian Dreams''''', also known by its full title, '''''Ultima: Worlds of Adventure 2 - Martian Dreams''''', is a role-playing game developed and published by [[Origin Systems]] and released for [[MS-DOS]] in 1991. It is the second game in the ''[[Ultima: Worlds of Adventure]]'' series. Like ''[[The Savage Empire]]'', the game uses a modified version of the [[Ultima VI Engine]]. The story revolves around the Avatar accidentally being shot from a giant cannon to Mars along with several Victorian-era dignitaries.
  
 
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Revision as of 21:14, 18 July 2019

North American box art.

Martian Dreams, also known by its full title, Ultima: Worlds of Adventure 2 - Martian Dreams, is a role-playing game developed and published by Origin Systems and released for MS-DOS in 1991. It is the second game in the Ultima: Worlds of Adventure series. Like The Savage Empire, the game uses a modified version of the Ultima VI Engine. The story revolves around the Avatar accidentally being shot from a giant cannon to Mars along with several Victorian-era dignitaries.

Status

I do not own this game, and have not beaten it.

Review

I have never played this game for more than a couple minutes, although I haven't heard many positive reviews about it.

Media

Box Art

The box art features a Victorian woman and man gazing at the Red Planet through a port hole of the ship. The woman's face is a bit jacked, but the painting is really good and makes great use of colors. I also like the lettering.

Documentation

Like most Origin titles, the game had a wealth of interesting manuals and maps to pore over.

Maps

Links

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