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Oh well. Here ya go, a decent (atleast I think so) Final Fantasy 6 style RPG in Flash format. There are a lot of features missing from a typical RPG so just bear with me because I'm still learning!

This has come a long way from the old FF Game Engine I made a long time ago so I hope you guys appreciate it!

-If you happen to change screens and encounter an enemy at the same time, you won't hear battle music.

-Sometimes the door graphic will stay closed even though you walk through it.

-The floating star you get from *you know who* doesn't do anything.

Use the arrow keys to move and the x key to select. I'm a lazy bum so there isn't a back key!

Have fun!


To viewers: Yes, level 3 is the max. Sorry, it's short!


Much better than your older FF RPGs

Although it wasn't much fun as Cloud or Sephiroth, because they had no special skills. Still fun though. Next time add Beatrix from FF9! She kicked ass.

not bad for wat its lacking

i enjoied playing this game, it was fun but it was frustrating when shit wouldnt work when i would get really far n shit. well play this game if u really like the FF series.

not bad

You should make it simple to level up. Also, IS THERE ANY FREAKING WAY TO BEAT MARIO?!

pretty funny

Chaos:i thought it was hilarious, especialy the use of AOL,and i like how you used the One Wing Angel mix (Seth's theme) for the final battle. this one definatly had it's moments.

Lori:It was definatley worth the effort. you're my new god for right now.

can we say repetitive? i think we can

fight....x....x....x....x....x....the sound was ripped mostly out the the games it sounded like and i thought that was cool... but there shoulda been more battle choices like magic and shit. the AOL vs FF is a little bit too played out by now.

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3.83 / 5.00

Jul 3, 2003
1:29 AM EDT
Adventure - RPG
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