The map that comes with the Japanese version of Might and Magic 1 : Secret of the Inner Sanctum for the NEC PC-Engine console (known as the Turbografx in the US). Thanks Marzhin.

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Marzhin at 2007-07-02 09:11 wrote:
That's the exact same map I got when I bought the MM6 Limited Edition here in Australia. Minus the Japanese writing of course. I bet the MM2 map is on the other side.

No on the other side there is a complex chart of spells and weapons, all in japanese.

Ryder at 2007-06-29 22:21 wrote:
That's the exact same map I got when I bought the MM6 Limited Edition here in Australia. Minus the Japanese writing of course. I bet the MM2 map is on the other side.

infael at 2007-06-28 14:58 wrote:
@ angelspit: I too remember the Ultima maps. I also remember that the headless were often found in the mountains close to Britain and always had good treasure.

Marzhin at 2007-06-28 14:34 wrote:
Actually there was two sorts of worlds in the old MM universe : planets and "nacelles". Nacelles are flat, artificial continents which are travelling around space to be ultimately merged with "real" planets as part as a terraformation process (in MM3 Sheltem forced the landings of many nacelles on the planet Terra, thus forming the "Isles of Terra"). Varn is a nacelle, as is Cron (MM2 world, to which the Gates to Another World are leading)

Xeen in MM4/5 is a two-sided nacelle and probably the Ancients' most advanced project as its purpose is to be transformed into a planet.

Orfinn at 2007-06-28 14:28 wrote:
Darn cool map there with many interesting locations :D Gates to another world...hmm Btw are Varn along with Xeen in the beginning flat planets? I saw a video on youtube, showing how Xeen turned to be a planet by using some sort of antennas, transmitters.

Elvin at 2007-06-28 13:32 wrote:
Time flies doesn't it...But strangely I can remember pretty well games and their missions that I have not seen in years. Somehow you still keep your sense of direction and forbidden actions even if you forget the layout of a stage :D

Angelspit at 2007-06-28 13:26 wrote:
I can still remember fairly well the layout of the map of Britannia (from the Ultimas), the names of the towns and villages and the location of some dungeons. And I haven't played any Ultima game for nearly ten years.

Elvin at 2007-06-28 13:18 wrote:
I love those old fashioned maps :)

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