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Hack of Final Fantasy


A full scale hack of Final Fantasy, nothing remains but the core programming routines. It features all new graphics, music, levels, enemies, text, statistics and more. Think of it as a “Total Conversion” for the NES.

After numerous releases, the hack has come to a state I consider final: All known bugs have been fixed and the gameplay has been polished to the best of my abilities. SRAM files from any versions other than 1.30 or Final will *not* work properly with this release. Sorry, too much has changed.

ADDENDUM: If you aren’t fond of grinding, then you can try this patch for an Easy Mode.

ROM / ISO Information:

  • Final Fantasy (USA).nes - NOINTRO
  • CRC32: AB12ECE6
  • MD5: 9B0F042CFDC5F9E8200B47104A4768A9
  • SHA-1: 80CE108FBC066C985D4FB541BD68E9A7C8994FEB
  • SHA-256: D360BEEEE19A69D1C92D02292167C57F2D3CA8405B79101FC8C2F39DEA549667




ContributorType of contributionListed credit
Sliver XHacking
Sliver XMusic
Sliver XScript Editing/Revision

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Reviewed By: Lindblum on 19 Aug 2008

If you don’t know it by reputation, DXΩ2 is the Alpha & Omega of NES RPG ROM hacks. Skeptics, believe the hype. SliverX’s .ASM talents and Thaddeus’s graphic designs make this sequel to the already-groundbreaking DXΩ1 a crowning achievement in ROM-hacking. As for any menu-based RPG though, I do recommend using an emulator with turbo-A and a Speed button for level crunching.

  • Story: Takes place long long after DXΩ1 on a new planet. The story pretty good, and DXΩ1 fans will enjoy the ending.
  • Graphics: Thaddeus’s work is beyond reproach. Backgrounds look meticulously made. Some enemy designs look like a nod to H.R. Giger.
  • Sound: Yes, this has all original music! -and it’s not irritating chopped-up loops either!
  • Challenge: It is rather challenging, but the battle system has been refined a couple of times since I’ve played it.

Recommended - Yes

User Reviews
Absolutely Amazing!obscurumlux0117 Sep 2015Final 2Yes
The Best FF1 Hack Out ThereKlaviaturist16 Mar 2011N/AYes
EpicLindblum19 Aug 2008N/AYes