|FF1 Disassembly||Disch||Reassemblable disassembly of Final Fantasy for NES. Includes everything required to reassemble.
Fully commented with all variables and routines labelled.
Data formats outlined, bugs highlighted, etc.
Everything you could ever want to know a….||Source Code||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Adv||05 Jun 2015|
|FF1 Disassembly Companion||Joe73ffdq||A comprehensive document to go along with FF1 Disassembly.
This gives you an index to find just about everything.||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Beg||04 Feb 2014|
|FF1 Disassembly with Bugfix & Enhancement Patches||Anomie||Anomie’s disassembly of Final Fantasy 1 for the NES. Although now largely superceded by Disch’s version, this one does include Anomie’s many useful bugfixes and enhancements of the ga….||Source Code||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Adv||07 Dec 2008|
|FF1 Facelift Bytes||Maria Renard||A collection of bytes that weren’t covered in Dienyddiwr Da’s FFBytes for FF1.||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Int||24 Oct 2003|
|FF1 Magic Notes||Bongo`||While helping a fellow hacker with other stuff in the game, I came across this data that I didn’t see in ff1bytes.zip. So I decided to upload what I found HOPING no one has submitted such info already. Enjoy!||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy||.90||Beg||01 Apr 2008|
|FF2 Charactery Bytes||Dienyddiwr Da||A guide to the digital representation of the FF2 characters.||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy II||1.0||Beg||15 May 2008|
|FF2 Monster Bytes||Lenophis||This document explains in detail the format of monster stats, and delves into the AI a little bit. It hasn’t been updated in quite some time though.||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy II||1.0||Beg||10 Jun 2007|
|FF2 Shop Bytes||Lenophis||The shops of FF2 at first looked to be insanely coded. Turns out it’s a bunch of table look-ups, which appears to be this game’s motto. The format the shops use is explained in vast detail.||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy II||v1.0||Beg||10 Jun 2007|
|FF2 US Docs||The Tower of Bab-Il||A collection of documents covering all sorts of FF2 game data hacking.||Game Specific||SNES||Final Fantasy II||1.0||Int||13 May 2002|
|FF3 $7E5000 source code||abw||Fully reassembleable, relocatable code for the title screen, opening credits, floating island, and world tearing apart cinematics from Final Fantasy 3 (a.k.a. the North American SNES release of the Japanese Final Fantasy VI).
This code covers RAM ….||Source Code||SNES||Final Fantasy III||1.0||Adv||13 Feb 2016|
|FF3us Animation Scripts||Everything||This is a dump of the animation scripts code made with an utility coded by Everything. Not all commands have a description but most have one and it’s enough to be able to understand and modify the animations.||Game Specific||SNES||Final Fantasy III||1.0||Int||18 Sep 2015|
|FF3us Battle Event Scripts||Madsiur||This is a dump of the Battle Event Scripts. The 20 commands have a proper description with parameters if applicable. Dialogues called in scripts are also written. This document does not cover the detail of each character or monster movement / animati….||Game Specific||SNES||Final Fantasy III||1.1||Beg||16 Oct 2016|
|FF3us Ending Names Mapping||Madsiur||This is a document about the mapping of the characters names in the ending event of FF6. Letter charts are included and the general structure of the data is detailed.||Game Specific||SNES||Final Fantasy III||1.4||Beg||01 Jan 2017|
|FF4 Advance Data Structures||PKT Paladin||Structure data for items, level up data, and spell learning data.
This info is based on the US version of the game. You can do a similar search with these known values on the other versions of the game as it should be relatively close by.||Game Specific||GBA||Final Fantasy IV Advance||1.0||Beg||20 Jun 2009|
|FF6 Event Dump||Imzogelmo||The event dump of Final Fantasy VI, with all the code and related explanations of what the code does for events in the game. It is a product of the Event Disassembler from Yousei and Flobster’s FF3Edit utility and is a must have for people tryin….||Assembly||SNES||Final Fantasy III||1.0||Int||27 Feb 2011|
|FF6 SNES $C3 Bank rellocatable source code||Traducciones Magno||This document belongs to a bigger project I started some months ago: a SNES FF6 re-translation in order to improve dialogues, graphics and menus. In addition, all bugfixes should be included to provide gamer the best of experiences.
When I started….||Assembly||SNES||Final Fantasy III||1.0||Int||25 Oct 2013|
|Final Fantasy 1 GFF Hacking Documents||Joe73ffdq||This is an extensive breakdown of the code for GFF.
Why did I choose GFF instead of a clean rom. All the INT features are covered, and there is also the really cool feature of animated tiles.
Now, the most novice of hackers can do advanced work….||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy||.80||Beg||29 Jun 2014|
|Final Fantasy 1 Music Driver Disassembly||Gil Galad||This is a commented disassembly of the Final Fantasy 1 music driver and organized in such a way that it can possibly be used to compose music with. The assembly format is ASM6.||Source Code||NES||Final Fantasy||1.0||Adv||18 Aug 2010|
|Final Fantasy 2j Save State Hacking||Sojan||Information on the venerable Final Fantasy II save state format.||Game Specific||NES||Final Fantasy II||1.0||Beg||01 Jan 1999|
|Final Fantasy Advance and Chrono Trigger DS Font Specifications||Dragonsbrethren||Explains the format used by the fonts in Final Fantasy IV, V, and VI Advance. Also covers Chrono Trigger on the DS, but the information is untested with that game.
Now contains information about editing the fonts with the [url=http://www.romhackin….||File Formats||Multiple||Multiple Games||1.2||Int||24 Jul 2009|