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Final Fantasy III US Multi Editor (FF3usME)

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Description:

FF3usME is an editor for the SNES versions of Final Fantasy VI. It works with both revisions of the US release (Final Fantasy III) and the Japanese release. It is a very easy to use, yet powerful editor, which makes it ideal for beginner and expert ROM hackers alike.

Features include editing monster stats and battle scripts (AI), battle formations, items and equipment data, shop data, magic data, starting character stats, magic growth, esper boosts, and palettes among other things.

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User Review Information

A great editor

Reviewed By: vince94 on 27 Dec 2013

This is incredible! It’s got automatically-pointed dialog editing with pretty much no character limit (in-battle text being the only exception), tool/spell/ability stuff, practically everything except event editing. FF4kster managed to do this effectively, maybe in a future release? :D Also, a slight bug, the Page Preview part of the dialog editor doesn’t wrap text in the same place that the game does. It’s only a few pixels too far to the right, though, so it doesn’t happen often enough for it to be really annoying.

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
A great editorvince9427 Dec 2013N/AYes
Yes, very niceSpooniest25 Jun 2011N/AYes