Ultima VII, Part Two: Serpent Isle + The Silver Seed ORIGIN Systems, Inc. 1993

The events of the game take place eighteen months after those described in Ultima VII: The Black Gate. Batlin, the leader of the Fellowship has disappeared, as well as Iolo's wife Gwenno. A map is found that points to the Serpent Isle where the Guardian is still planning to destroy Britannia. Lord British sends the Avatar and his companions to this new land. Once there, the Avatar discovers that a great imbalance is upon the isle and it is up to him to fix it. To do so, he must learn the philosophies of the original inhabitants of this land, who worshipped giant serpents symbolizing the principles of Order, Chaos and Balance. Serpent Isle uses virtually the same game engine as the first Ultima VII, with some slight modifications in inventory management and NPC portraits (which are now digitized images of actors). The story, however, is more linear and also more extensive. Unlike earlier Ultima games, many tasks have to be accomplished before the player is able to advance to a different area. There are also many scripted events that advance the plot, though the free-roaming is still retained to a large degree, with a vast amount of locations to visit, items to collect, and NPCs to interact with. Combat is handled similarly to the previous game, with a simple real-time point-and-click management of the Avatar's actions, while his/her party members are being controlled by the AI. The Silver Seed is an add-in disk for Ultima VII, Part Two: Serpent Isle. It added a new scenario with 5 quests, in which the player has to go back in time to find the silver seed which would heal the lands. In order to fit in with the original story line, these quests needed to be completed before finishing the original game. The main appeal of the game was a few useful items such as a keyring for storing the many keys could be found and a few interface improvements such as new hotkeys. See also: #Ultima Collection
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Extras - Guide 91MB (uploaded by GigaWatt)
Full Demo 8.56MB (@old-games.ru)
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Full Demo 10MB (@Abandonia)
Full Demo 11MB (@My Abandonware)
Full Demo 12MB (@Emuparadise)
Included in Ultima Complete Collection Fan-Made DVD ISO Demo with DOSBox 1.21GB (uploaded by Scaryfun)
Floppy Images ISO Demo 9.42MB+1MB (uploaded by scaryfun)
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included in The Complete Ultima VII ISO Demo 79MB (uploaded by Egon68)
Exult - Modern engine with improved graphics and many new customization features 2.2MB (uploaded by Official Site)

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