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Final Fantasy ++ World of Chaos

Hack of Final Fantasy

Description:

This is a semi-sequel (or more like an expansion pack) for the author’s previous hack, Final Fantasy ++^ (so if you haven’t played that, then you probably shouldn’t be playing this). At any rate, this is quite a bit harder to beat than FF++, so n00bs beware. Also, one can consider this sort of a tribute to classic SquareEnix (the way they were…). It includes adaptations of various dungeons from FFs 3, 4, 5, & 6, SaGa 2 (a.k.a. FF Legend 2), and Dragon Quest 5 (along with a couple of new ones). And, of course, lots of classic FF enemies are here for you to battle.

^There is a patch available to combine both these hacks into a single ROM located here.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Final Fantasy (U) [!].nes (GoodNES)
  • Length: 262,160 bytes (256 KB)
  • CRC32: CEBD2A31
  • MD5: 24ae5edf8375162f91a6846d3202e3d6
  • SHA1: C9CFBF5455085E198DCE039298B083CD6FC88BCE

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Credits:

Credits
ContributorType of contributionListed credit
GrondHacking

User Review Information

Beware!

Reviewed By: Klaviaturist on 08 Aug 2010

I have been on a romhacking kick of recent and found this hack for FF1 sort of by accident. I hadn’t played the first game in the series (FF1+) but I read the description on this one and it sounded like a lot of fun. I also disregarded what the description had mentioned about the difficulty level.

Basically this game plays much like FF1 in the fact that you choose your party members and names. It starts at the point in which the party members are walking into the past to fight Chaos but I sent into a world of FF madness. Essentially tying in all the games for the NES and SNES into one massive world. For instant, you start out right next to Marsh from FF6. Pretty nifty, I thought. That is until I decided to battle enemies and got my rear-end handed to me. I mean viciously… Your characters start out on level 1 as where all the monsters have their stats maxed out. It makes it impossible to gain levels or really play the game.

One of the things I noticed about the game that annoyed me was that when you died and decided to press continue on the menu screen, you’d be warped to (what looks like) the dessert from FF1 where you get the airship. But it is just an island with no escape and only one party member is alive in your crew leaving you defenseless to the enemies surrounding.

I would say play this one only for hardcore FF gamers. At least just to have some fun with it. Otherwise steer clear. You’ll only get frustrated with its difficulty.

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
HeadlineAuthorDateVersionRecommended
Amazing must-play hack... depending on how you play it (see inside ;) )scarlet04 Jan 20221.2Yes
Great Expansion to ++Drag0nwind24 Dec 20151.2Yes
Beware!Klaviaturist08 Aug 2010N/AYes