The AppStore recently launched Ultima Forever, which many industry critics have dubbed the game the flop of the year in the mobile sector. Although, it would seem, Ultima waited a very long time, because how many times Mythic postponed the release of the game due to various bugs. I propose to figure out why everything is so bad and whether the game is worth your attention. Let me remind you that Ultima is a series of computer games and a fantastic alternative universe of the same name, created by Richard 'Lord British' Garriott. The favorite problem of the series is the extremely monotonous gameplay, which unfortunately befell Quest for the Avatar, there are no tactics here, the only thing that is required of the player is to stupidly 'click' the enemy – sit and poke your finger at the screen! Of course, everything would be fine, but salt is added by the fact that the game lags a lot and manages to crash often, completely discouraging the desire to launch Ultima again. Speaking about the gameplay in general, it is worth noting that the dungeons in the game are copied from the Diablo algorithm – the random construction of each location, which in itself only made the game worse. The biggest value in dungeons is the chests. To open the chest – you need a key; and this is where we come to one of the main problems of the game – microtransmission. Bronze keys are not uncommon, but if we need a silver key, then we have to make 6 silver keys from 18 bronze keys. But if you want more slots in the inventory, of which there are very few here, then please put your hard-earned money on it! The top of the Ultima game currency is golden keys, you can't find them in the game world, but you can only buy them for real money, but the problem is that you cannot buy one key, you can only take them in bulk. To be honest, I didn't like the game. Not only is Ultima still very, very raw, but it also manages to pull money out of you. Moreover, you cannot invest as much as you want, but you can invest as much as the game itself wants. The workmanship itself leaves much to be desired.